Plan ahead with Motor Show A-to-Z

• Full details of exhibitors now available online• Visitors able to plan their day at Show in advance• Highways Agency provides essential travel adviceWith over 20 world premieres, 60 vehicle manufacturers and more than 600 cars, this year’s British International Motor Show is set to raise the roof when doors open to the public on 23 July.  In the meantime, the roof is now off the Show’s online map of the ExCeL halls, giving Show-goers the chance to plan their day out at the UK’s most diverse and exciting motoring event.The map, which can be found at britishmotorshow.co.uk, indicates where each of the exhibitors will display their cars, gadgets and products, as well as depicting the numerous attractions inside the halls and in the vast space outdoors.“Our interactive map is a great starting point for motoring enthusiasts and families to plan their day at the Motor Show,” comments Kirsty Perkinson, Marketing Director for the Show.  “For example, it shows the position of the much-anticipated Electric Vehicle Village, and indicates where artists such as Blondie and Meatloaf will perform at the Motor Show Music Festival.  Informative and detailed, the 3-D map reacts to the user, providing key facts about each of the attractions, livened up by including some of the sights and sounds of the Show.  Engines rev up at the Heritage Enclosure and a variety of vessels cruise by at the Marine Experience.”As official navigation partner of the Show, the Highways Agency has provided travel advice for visitors, and this is available on the Show website, along with a road map, public transport details and more information about ExCeL.Tickets for the Motor Show start at just £10 for an adult weekday pass and £6 for a child’s ticket.  Every booking made in advance of the show will qualify for a free Show Navigator to ensure visitors make the most of their day.  Additionally, every visitor to the ExCeL event will receive a free Show map replicating the layout of stands indoors and the interactive features outside the Show halls.Stunt-loving visitors to the Show can also opt to visit Dreamscape, Honda’s ‘live action’ arena, for a further £5 each.  Tickets for the Show and Dreamscape are available through the Show’s website at britishmotorshow.co.uk or by calling 0871 230 5588.