Wollaton Park will once again play host to an enormous fleet of fabulous vehicles, both old and new, as the Nottingham Motor Show 2018 races in to town on June 2 and 3.
This two-day premier motoring event for the East Midlands has something for everyone – whether you’re on a serious hunt for the perfect new car or simply want a fantastic family day out in one of the most iconic locations in the UK.
Organised by event specialists Crowdpullers, the show will bring together the very best in brand new cars, vans and motorcycles from some of the world’s leading manufacturers. Saturday is “new model preview day” – providing the perfect opportunity to check out state-of-the-art models from the largest number of local dealers ever to have attended the events.
Experts will also be on hand to answer questions and give visitors a rare chance to look “up close” at a host of amazing cars including prestige brands such as Maserati, Tesla and Lotus.
Meanwhile Sunday is “family day” and will also see the brilliant Autokarna show, organised by the Pre-War Austin Seven Club, bringing up to 7000 members and their stunning classic vehicles, from buses and cars to tractors and bikes, to the city.
Even if you’re not into motors, this is one event that will have something for everyone.
There will be plenty for children to see and do, with fairground rides, inflatables, climbing walls and face painting.
Visitors can also browse great craft and charity stalls, enjoy tasty food and refreshments and listen to live music performances.
Sponsored by Nottingham Automotive Centre, with support from Nottingham College and Autocentral, this spectacular celebration id not ot be missed.
Grant Baker, from Crowdpullers, added: “We’re expecting more that 20,000 people to attend over the weekend and, with up to 30 new car brands on display including Maserati, Tesla, Land Rover and Jaguar who join us for the first time this year, there will be something to suit everyone’s taste.
“Due to their popularity in recent years, new motorcycles will be displayed too.
“We’re really excited about this great family event, which is completely free to enter, and we’re very grateful to our sponsors, Nottingham College, for supporting us once again.”
NB. Entry to the event is free but a parking charge of £6 will apply.