The Show

A festival of supercars, cool brands and family fun

Get up close!

Wilmslow’s streets are revving up to be taken over by some of the most exotic and desirable cars on the planet, as the UK’s premier free, open-air car show returns.  Among the brands on display will be Jaguar, Mercedes, BMW, Mini, Rolls Royce, Ferrari, Porsche, Audi, McLaren and Maserati.

Local luxury bespoke vehicle suppliers, DAP Cars will show a selection of tuned and modified vehicles including Revere London. And to prove that you can love fast cars and the planet, we’ll have the BMW i8 and premium electric models from Tesla.  For the first time Abersoch Land & Sea will be attending, bringing along a 17ft speedboat for display, along with some jet skis.   The Wilmslow Pit Lane will return so visitors can get up close to the cars and experience a dream ride in a supercar.

Map of the show

We’ve got some amazing cars confirmed for the show.  Here’s a map of who’s coming as well as the route of the Supercar Parade.



Supercar Parade

And of course, the highlight of the day will be the Supercar Parade with up to 40 cars doing laps around the town and creating a mesmerising soundtrack.  Taking place at 12 noon, there is a host of incredible cars ready to roar through the town.  Check out the map (above) to see the route.

The last show attracted an audience of over 30,000 and proved to be a phenomenal success for Wilmslow’s retailers and leisure operators. This year’s event will be bigger than ever.

Racing Teams

We’re thrilled to have super-charged professional teams with us on the day – including representation from British Superbikes, two local Ginetta Junior champions, Kyle Hornby and Cameron Roberts, and Oli Webb will be here with BAC Mono.

logo-sportingbear1aTake a ride in the car of your dreams

Visitors can also get involved in the action thanks to Sporting Bears.  For a £40 donation, they can experience the drive of their lives in an Aston Martin, Ferrari or Bentley to raise money for our chosen charity,
The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust.

For more information please see their website