New cars from all over the globe are scheduled to be debuted at Britain's largest annual "moving motor show", the Goodwood Festival of Speed from July 3.
The Goodwood Festival of Speed will open its doors to 145,000 visitors between July 3 and 5 having established itself as the best place to view the best supercars and motoring wonders from across the world. Organisers say that this year there will be a number of significant new models making their UK and European debut.
The Goodwood Festival allows people the opportunity not only to view the latest supercars and models but also to see them in action on its Sunday Times Supercar Run and the Goodwood hillclimb. Around 50 cars that have never been seen driven publicly before will participate in this year's Supercar Run.
UK Supercar debuts will include the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren SLR Stirling Moss, the targa-top Bugatti Veyron Gran Sport, the Pagani Zonda R, the Ferrari Scuderia Spider 16M and the Tramontana from Spain.
Goodwood debutants include the Audi R8 V10, Morgan Aero SuperSports, Porsche Panamera S, Lotus Evora, Lexus LF-A, Aston Martin V12 Vantage and Nissan's new GT-R Spec V and 370Z.
The Bertone Mantide and the GTbyCitroen are among the concept cars that will be seen in action for the first time.
New to this year's festival is a class of low emissions vehicles including the Ital Design Frazer Nash Namir, Giugiaro's latest hybrid concept sports car, the Infiniti Essence and the unusual Rinspeed Projekt iChange, and all these vehicles will all be driven up the Goodwood hillclimb as part of the Supercar Run.
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