The best cars on show at the 2019 London Motor Show

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The London Motor Show returns for another year in 2019 in Excel in the Docklands of London. The organisers call it a new generation of motor programs, where live action is as severe as the new cars shown at the brand’s stands.
The action of smoking tires is guaranteed throughout the four days of the exhibition: here are some of the other supercars, award-winning cars and British cars that you should consult.

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The Tucson crossover is now Hyundai’s best-selling car in the UK and, following the introduction of the N-performance versions and the sport-looking N-Line models across its range, the South Korean manufacturer has recently introduced the N line of Tucson. Making its debut in the UK at the London Motor Show, the Tucson N line is now available, and although it receives predominantly visual adjustments, revisions have been made to the way it leads to offer a more sporting experience.

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The Jaguar I-Pace is the star car on the stand of the World Car Awards. This year, he won THREE fantastic prizes at the awards ceremony in New York: World Green Car, World Car Design and World Car of the year 2019. It is shown along with the real gongs taken from the Jaguar trophy cabinet …

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We have been waiting for the new MG electric car for some time, and it is at the London Auto Show when the tires are finally removed. Given the success that the company has had with its small ZS crossover, it is this model that the company has chosen to electrify. While the details and prices of the powertrain have yet to be announced, the ZS EV will become one of the most affordable and accessible new electric cars when it arrives in the showrooms in September. The first customers can also place their orders directly at the fair.

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After years of waiting, the highly anticipated Model 3 (the baby model from the US manufacturer of EV) is now officially available for ordering in the UK, and deliveries will begin later this year. For many of those who have not yet had the opportunity to spy on the model at a Tesla dealership, the new EV is on display at the London Motor and Tech Show.

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After the recent coronation of the Jaguar I-Pace as the Car of the World, the first electric car of the firm will be exhibited in the World Car Garage. Not only celebrates the winners of 2019, such as the Audi A7, Volvo S60 and Citroen C5 Aircross, but also looks forward to the Car Awards of the year 2020. Models such as the Volkswagen T-Cross, the Range Rover Evoque are shown and the Kia Soul EV; The latter is a pre-production model and the first time you see the new car in the United Kingdom.

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In the name of the Father. The Enzo is named after the man himself, Enzo Ferrari, also known as the man who started everything in Maranello. The Enzo, originally F60, earned its name because of how proud the brand of its creation was in 2002. A 6.0-litre V12 of 650 hp, a revolutionary paddle shift transmission and a full carbon structure, and that look surprisingly it turned it into one of the most desirable Hypercars of the early 2000s. While it cost ‘only’ £ 600,000 in the period, if you were lucky enough to be selected to buy one, today, the Enzo entrance costs more than £ 1 million.

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