The return of a British Motor Show is big news for the automotive industry, families and car fans, all of whom are ready to enjoy summer holiday fun.

This is the first major international British Motor Show since 2008 and it has been completely re-imagined, delivering a new concept in Motor Shows.

Here are a number of reasons why it’s an event not to be missed.

More than 20 of the UK’s best-known automotive brands are already confirmed as exhibitors and the Select Electric Motor Show will plug you in to all of the latest EVs and hybrid models, ready for 2030.

There will be the latest from Aston Martin, Maserati, Mclaren and more, plus over 50 exotic and iconic supercars on display each day.

You can have a passenger ride with Paul ‘Sideways Parking’ Swift in his interactive stunt experience and 25 owners clubs will be exhibiting and some special themed displays.

There will be a career zone will be full of experts, recruiters, industry leaders and apprentices, chatting about the thousands of opportunities that UK Automotive has to offer.

There is Car Football, live parades, classic and supercar displays, stunts and breath-taking activities that will appeal to all the family and loads of suppliers on display with the latest gifts and gadgets, from toy cars to tech gadgets, cleaning stuff to tools and equipment.

The event takes place over a huge site, both indoor and outdoor, which allows plenty of space and is supporting the automotive industry, which contributes £18.6 billion to the British economy.

The show has also announced a major partnership with cinch, The UK’s fastest-growing online used car marketplace, which will run for the next five years.

To find out more about the show, book tickets (£18.50 a ticket or £37 for a family of four), or to keep up with the latest news, visit