The organisers of the 7th Official Scottish Motor Show at Knockhill are delighted to announce that the line up of new cars is just gets better and better at this years event.
Hot off the press are some of the most eagerly awaited cars in months including:
FORD FOCUS RS500. Straight from Germany, especially for the Scottish Motor Show, Ford's new star Focus will take pride of place on their stand.
TESLA. The world's first electric super car will be taking to the track – A SCOTTISH FIRST
PEUGEOT RCZ. The stunning French version of Audi's TT will sure to be a crowd pleaser.
RENAULT MEGANE CABRIO. A UK launch. We are delighted to be hosting the first showing in the UK of this head-turning convertible.
HONDA CRZ. Launched ahead of the UK, this is the first time seen in the public anywhere!
There will also be the very latest models from:
Smart, Jeep and Chevrolet
Fiat, Land Rover
Lotus and Aston Martin
Stuart Gray, Knockhill's Event Director, said: “Add in the outright lap record attempt by an Arrows Formula One car, an F1 engined VW Beetle, 100's of show cars, Manufacturers and dealer stands, kids zone, aerobatic display (Sunday only) and track action, this years Official Scottish Motor Show has the best quality yet”.
Councillor Brian Goodall, Chair of Housing & Communities Committee commented: “The official Scottish Motorshow at Knockhill Racing Circuit is a must see for all motoring enthusiasts, and promises to be a fantastic day out for families and people of all ages. It embodies the essence of our Year of Culture, and Fife Council's investment in this prestigious event recognises its importance as a key date in the Celebrating Fife 2010 calendar”.
Gates open at 10am each day, tickets are £15 for adults, concessions £8, and are available at the gate. Don't forget children under 8 are free of charge to all our events.
For further information check out www.knockhill.com
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