Our photographer attended 2019 London Motor Show held in the heart of the city with a variety of cars on display from manufacturers, dealerships, car clubs and other automotive companies!
We take a look at some of cars on display that caught our eye below:
The headline car of the show was the brand-new MG ZS EV on display for the first time in public! It’s MG’s first ever fully electric car that boasts interior space and practicality. While no range has been announced yet the ZS EV is capable of fast-charging allowing for it to go from 0-80% in under an hour. The introduction of the ZS EV will come laden with a long list of standard safety equipment as well as being the most technologically advanced MG ever. It will be exciting to see how it moves into production and how it compares to rivals.
A personal favourite on display was the Hyundai i30N fastback; a saloon styled version of the popular hot hatchback. With the same good looks and impressive performance, it’s an interesting rival to other smaller saloons like the Mercedes CLA and BMW 2 Series. The new direction that Hyundai is taking, especially with their N variants is very exciting for petrolheads but will it tempt the wider audience of drivers away from more traditional and practical hatchbacks.
The crowd favourite of the 2019 London Motor show and also the most expensive car on display was this Bugatti Chiron looking stunning in the launch specification two-tone blue. Capable of doing over 230mph and limited to just 500 produced it is certainly an impressive and rare sight!
One of the most popular small hot hatchbacks the Ford Fiesta ST was on display alongside the rest of Ford’s current model line-up with the new updated styling. Packed with technology inside, attractive styling outside and sporty performance it’s certainly a car we’d like to get behind the wheel of!
Dubbed as the “most advanced Audi yet” the new Audi e-Tron is packed with technology as standard and with additional futuristic optional extras like virtual door mirrors using cameras which were fitted to the one on display. Unlike the Tesla Model X which you’d expect to be the main rival, the e-Tron is actually quite a bit smaller falling into the midsized SUV category below the Q7 but larger than the Q5. With an expected range of 204 miles which is significantly less than the Tesla Model X and even the Jaguar I-Pace it will be certainly one to watch to see how popular it will be with consumers!
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