See unique Dangermouse car at British Motor Show Bracknell PopUp
A road-legal replica of Dangermouse’s famous yellow sports car will be one of the stars of the show at The British Motor Show’s latest Pop-Up, which runs from May 6 to June 3 in Princess Square, at the Lexicon Centre in Bracknell, Berkshire.
As well as the wacky Mazda MX5-based wedge of cheese, visitors to the free-to-enter Pop-Up Show will get to see the new BMW M4, an iconic Lotus Cortina and a selection of other new cars, EVs, classic cars and supercars. Including the Motor Show Mustang that will feature in the Live Arena Show.
Also on-hand will be The British Motor Show’s own driving simulators, special interactive features from the show’s exhibitors including headline sponsor cinch, The British Motor Show official merchandise and the opportunity to buy advance tickets and VIP packages to this year’s main event.
The Pop-Up Motor Show concept was launched at Basingstoke, Hants, in October 2020 as the UK emerged from its first national lockdown, bringing a compact taste of the Big Show to shopping centre visitors. Since then, The British Motor Show has hosted Pop-Up shows in major shopping centres across the country, with more planned in the run up to The British Motor Show’s opening in August.
if you’re local, be sure to head down to The Lexicon centre and check out the PopUp Show
The British Motor Show will be held across 18-21 August 2022 at Farnborough International. Building on the success of their scheduling at last year’s Show, The Live Arena – featuring stunt shows, supercars and more – will be hosted again by Wheeler Dealer, Mike Brewer, with help from petrolhead and Olympic silver-medal sprinter, Iwan Thomas.
The Family Zone will also be extended in 2022 to build on popular features from 2021 including car wrapping and The Racing Bug’s racing simulator. Advanced ticket prices are held from 2021 at £18.50 each, or £37 for a family of four. Tickets are available at www.thebritishmotorshow.live