Top 5 Cars to See at the London Motor Show

03rd May 2017

Discover our favourite 5 cars, which will be on display at the London Motor Show 2017.


1. Aston Martin Valkyrie

Witness an ultra-unique hypercar born from a special relationship between Aston Martin and the illustrious Red Bull F1 team, the Valkyrie promises unbelievable performance thanks to an all-important naturally aspirated V12 engine and a near 1:1 power to weight ratio - not to mention awe-inspiring futuristic looks. See this incredible car on stand G7.

Aston Martin Valkyrie.

2. Stratstone Lightweight E-Type

In 1963 Jaguar set out to create 18 examples of a truly iconic lightweight E-type, however only 12 were completed. In 2014, Jaguar announced it was going to complete the production run and therefore the 'missing six' would be born, all done using original 1960's tooling and production methods, resulting in period-exact details and specification. Stratstone were lucky enough to acquire one of these iconic cars. Make sure you stop at stand G7 to see this ultra-rare E-Type.

Stratstone Lightweight E-Type driving on the road.

3. Aston Martin Vanquish S

Discover the ultimate Grand Tourer - the Aston Martin Vanquish S. Housing a renowned 6.0 V12 engine - this glorious Aston is capable of over 200mph and 0-62mph spring in just 3.5 seconds. The Vanquish S embodies everything Aston Martin, with the signature V12 engine housed in a sleek and elegant body. Witness the impressive Vanquish S yourself on stand G1.

Aston Martin Vanquish S driving on the road.

4. Lamborghini Aventador S

Now featuring a mesmerising 740HP V12 engine, 4-wheel steering and 4-wheel drive the new Lamborghini Aventador S is capable of 217MPH and 62mph is dealt with in just 2.9 seconds. With unprecedented performance comes looks to match, with an imposing angular body which resembles certain fighter jets the Aventador S ticks all the boxes for the supercar aficionado. See it up close and personal in the main hall.

Yellow Lamborghini Aventador S.

5. Mini Remastered – David Brown

The original classic Mini is adored by many and is truly iconic. However, what happens when you take the essence of the classic and bring it into 2017 with features such as a 7" touchscreen, Sat-Nav and air conditioning. The engine is also completely re-built using brand new parts and given a boost in performance. Customers can select bespoke options and choices such as roof and body colour, wheel choice and leather colour. Each Mini remastered take 1000 man hours to complete. See one for yourself in the main hall.

Mini Remastered – David Brown.