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Most international motor shows are a sea of shiny new metal made to look lovely under exhibition lighting – and while the London Motor and Tech Show will – of course – include such exhibits, it will also include the unique opportunity for show-goers to test drive some of the cars on show.

The Test Drive Live area will be accessed from within the show, allowing customers to test drive a range of petrol  diesel and electric vehicles from manufacturers such as Hyundai and Mitsubishi and a range of models from show partner Imperial Cars. Anyone wishing to book a test drive must ensure they have their license with them and should head to the participating manufacturers stands or to the Test Drives Live page at for more info.

London Motor and Tech Show CEO, Andy Entwistle, said:

“The London Motor and Tech Show is all about allowing visitors to see, feel and touch the exhibits, but for the first time we’re taking that further and offering live test drives courtesy of some of our exhibitors. If you’re in the market for a new car, it’s the perfect opportunity to try before you buy and is yet another example of how we’re aiming to make the event the most accessible motor show in the world.”

The show, which has as its main sponsors, takes place from 16-19 May at London’s ExCel Arena, with tickets on sale now. Adult entry costs just £20, with free entry for children under 16. You can buy tickets here: