Cars, racecars, supercars…
Pirelli & Aston Martin
The stand contained three competition cars, reflecting the diversity of Pirelli’s British motorsport campaigns, but it also hosted a pit-stop challenge simulator, as well as a display of P Zero tyres.
Not only the M2, but also other 2-series cars are probably the ideal base for modifications. I’m not surprised, to be honest. There was a fine selection of this car from different tuners and brands.
Well, Mansory and their Xtreme 6×6 in a combo with equally ridiculous Bugatti Veyron. Both wrapped in unique colours. I’m guessing one is a daily driver, and the other one is for fishing trips ;) Of course, Kream brought a lot more cars, and they were all (mostly) lovely – Lamborhinis, GTRs etc…
Classic & Electric
RWB presented their modern take on a classic chassis. Electric engine, batteries, LEDs, screens. It’s a fully-loaded machine with 140 (real life) miles range and charge time as short as 3hrs. Enough to have fun and take it for a weekend drive around the British countryside. The plans are to start production in mid-2020. Sounds exciting!
Eibach & Bentley
Power Maxed BTCC racing car made an appearance on the Eibach stand.
The 2-series from MStyle was just another example of love for this car in the tunning community. By the way, this blue colour was ridicilously beatifuul!
Tuners and car modifications
With the tuning industry being transformed from a culture of street racing into an automotive art form that has captured enthusiasts’ imaginations. A stunning array of exotic, modified and tuned performance cars as well as car clubs, supercars and displays from top manufacturers within the industry.