Stratstone of Mayfair and Stratstone Jaguar and Land Rover Woodford were out in style for the Canary Wharf MotorExpo 2015.
Showcasing a range of exceptional vehicles from Aston Martin, Jaguar and Land Rover, Stratstone featured both in and outside the Canada Square building at the distinguished Canary Wharf.
MotorExpo is the world's biggest free-to-visit motoring show, transforming business locations in London, New York and Toronto into motor shows with some help from luxury and premium vehicle partners.
The Canary Wharf MotorExpo is held in London's premier business district, and allows anyone and everyone to explore their favourite cars for free. It has been held here for the past two decades and continues to provide an awe-inspiring display of vehicles with hundreds of different models for visitors to see for themselves.
Inside the main entrance, Aston Martin Mayfair showcased its custom made Aston Martin Vanquish Volante, the flagship of the Aston Martin range. The Vanquish was entirely bespoke, crafted by the experts at Q by Aston Martin to celebrate the retailer being named the most successful Aston Martin dealer in the world.
Finished in storm black and featuring exquisite red carbon fibre detailing, this Vanquish had a unique and striking look all of its own. A custom red and Obsidian Black interior with Satin Chrome finish completed a work of art which drew in the crowds.
The Aston Martin Vanquish is its most technologically advanced car to date, featuring Touchtronic III ZF eight-speed automatic transmission which can shift gears in just 130 milliseconds.
Also taking centre stage was the V8 Vantage- the very essence of Aston Martin. In Marina Blue, the Vantage complemented the Vanquish as a true thoroughbred grand tourer, and resulted in a popular and formidable display.
Outside, in Canary Wharf's Canada Square, Stratstone Jaguar and Land Rover had a large and engaging exhibit with each and every vehicle open for attendees to explore.
Celebrating Land Rover's illustrious history was the Land Rover Defender Heritage edition; a limited edition model which pays homage to the classic and much lauded Series I Land Rover - the vehicle that laid the foundation for the manufacturers style as we know it today.
Celebrating the future of Land Rover was the all-new Land Rover Discovery Sport, featured on the display with Fuji White paintwork and 20-inch gloss black alloy wheels. Guests explored the sleek profile of the car, admiring the innate practicality and seven-seat capability of Land Rover's newest addition.
The Range Rover Long Wheelbase Autobiography featured the height of luxury, with digital television, climate massage front seats and a 23-speaker Meridian Audio system.
The adjacent Jaguar stand featured a similarly striking range of vehicles. The one drawing most of the attention was Jaguar's most powerful road-going vehicle ever - the 567bhp F-Type Project 7. A tribute to the famous Le-Mans winning Jaguar D-Type, the custom Jaguar F-Type features unique badging and styling. One of only 250 ever made, the Ultra Blue example on display had the looks of a legend, and the engine noise to match it.
The newest addition to the Jaguar line-up, the XE, also featured at the event in two guises. Both models drew plenty of attention as visitors were eager to explore the features of the brand new saloon. Equipment on the Jaguar XE-S includes Dynamic Suspension, Taurus-Grain Leather Perforated Sports Seats and a Panoramic Sunroof.
Other models included the stunning Jaguar F-Type in both 3.0 litre and 5.0 litre versions in addition to the new Jaguar XF R-Sport Black - now available to buy through a range of extraordinary offers.