The second annual Moving Motorshow took place at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The format of the day included various manufacturers offering pre-booked test drives in various cars that they are looking to promote. Numerous manufacturers now use the festival to launch new cars and to display concept cars; with the huge stands in the infield for the whole of the show, it’s clear that they rate Goodwood as an important event to communicate with their customers. All the other regular aspects of the Festival of speed were also on show, from the Cartier 'Style et Luxe' concours to the many traders on the infield.
An off-roader that made its first official UK appearance was the new Range Rover Evoque, the futuristic off-roader that you could be mistaken for a concept car. It’s the smallest Range Rover ever built and is aimed squarley at the soft roader market that has just gone into production. A second off-roader that could be seen on the famous Goodwood tarmac was the Bowler Nemesis which has recently had new life breathed into it with the appointment of a new Managing Director, Steve Haywood, following a recent change of ownership of the company.
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