MotorMartin has been a big fan of the Morgan three wheeler since it’s launch, a car that continues to look and feel so different from everything else on the road today. Indeed, following one through the twists and turns of West Yorkshire, just above Otley, was a delight, surrounded as we were by the deep tones of the superb twin exhaust system. A memorable journey made even better by the Morgan. Glorious.
All of which meant that when The London Motor Show announced recently to MotorMartin that London Morgan has joined the list of high-profile exhibitors at the Battersea Park event, it really was celebration time up on the top floor of the Towers.
Running from 4-7 May 2017, the London Motor Show will see over 150 brand new cars on display from a vast range of acclaimed manufacturers, and Morgan is the latest organisation to confirm its attendance.
Morgan have confirmed to MotorMartin that they enjoyed fantastic sales success at the inaugural event last time around, with the International and British public and members of the media captivated by its cars’ unique blend of beautiful design, craftsmanship and performance and rightly so.
For the 2017 show, Morgan is bringing three stunning models: the Aero 8, a Classic Morgan Roadster and a Morgan 3Wheeler with the team on hand to discuss their creations and one-of-a-kind eccentricity.
The London Motor Show is one of the most eagerly anticipated events on the automotive calendar and is becoming an iconic British event, entirely appropriate for Morgan with its very British heritage.
Alec Mumford, Chairman of The London Motor Show, shared with MotorMartin that: “We’re absolutely delighted to welcome London Morgan to the London Motor Show – bringing two British icons together in the perfect London setting. Morgan’s attendance and subsequent success at last year’s event demonstrated just how great the show is for the public and businesses, and we hope Morgan enjoys similar success this time around.”
Further information on The London Motor Show displays and tickets are available at www.thelondonmotorshow.co.uk and MotorMartin certainly recommends that you checkout the site.
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