The Confused.com London Motor Show gets ever bigger
By Mark Salisbury
Friday, April 20, 2018 - 09:32
It’s a case of the bigger the better for Motor Show Events, who are the latest brand confirmed to bring a whole host of mighty vehicles to display across the largest stand at The Confused.com London Motor Show 2018 – the all-new BIG Zone.
Motor Show Events doesn’t do things by halves and the automotive marketing service company is set to bring a great array of vehicles, including the fastest American police car, the Dodge Charger, to the ExCeL Exhibition Centre this May.
Not to be missed at this year’s show is a one-of-a-kind black Hummer H6 Custom. The six-seater beast is something of a luxury ride with full leather interior and featuring onboard entertainment in the form of not one but four TV screens. The foundation of this Hummer, which has a 6.0-litre engine and sizes up to 19ft by 7ft, is its giant 37” tyres.
Visitors to The Confused.com London Motor Show are in for an exclusive as the group have chosen to unveil their 1979 Buick Regal, which has had a complete makeover and £20,000 paint job.
Along with even more on display at this year’s show, the events company will be bringing a huge red Kenworth W900L lorry. This truck has a whopping C15 Caterpillar 15.2-litre engine paired with a six-cylinder in-line turbocharged intercooler.
Motor Show Events was created by car enthusiasts, James Martin and Karl Rushen, who teamed up with All Advertising. Over the past six years they have hosted several successful shows and festivals. Across the four days of The Confused.com London Motor Show, the company will be found at the all-new area, the BIG Zone – a feature dedicated to all manner of larger-than-life motors.
Motor Show Events are launching a free competition at the show where visitors have the chance to win a ‘BIG’ prize: a full gloss wrap from the kings of wrapping Dub Customs, a brand new set of wheels from AlloyWheels.com, a one-off custom-built exhaust from Piper Craft and the chance to win a Camaro for a weekend from Hire A Camaro.
James and Karl, founders of Motor Show Events, said: “We are living the dream and we are beyond excited to engage with such like-minded enthusiasts at The London Motor Show. It is an honour to be such a main part of the UK’s most renowned automotive event.”
Alec Mumford, Chairman of The Confused.com London Motor Show, commented: “It is with great pride that we can provide a phenomenal event in London for car enthusiasts alike. Our show is enjoyed by one and all and we want to provide even more exciting features at this year’s show. It only made sense to welcome Motor Show Events and create an entire ‘BIG’ zone – a great representation that this year our event will be bigger and better than ever before.”