The Land Rover Show - one of the biggest events that celebrates the Land Rover brand in the UK - is coming back to the Midlands after a five-year break.
The event is returning to the Heritage Motor Centre in Gaydon on June 27 and 28 in what has been hailed as a huge coup for the museum.
More than 4,000 visitors are expected to attend the event, along with around 800 Land Rover vehicles.
The event returns in a year which marks the final year of production for the iconic Defender model at Land Rover’s Solihull plant and the model will be the main focus of the first day of the show.
The show ring will concentrate on the Defender on June 27 and the following day the focus will be Club Day.
The commentary for both days will be provided by well-known compere Diana Tigwell, assisted by Richard Beddall from the Dunsfold Collection, home to the largest collection of Land Rovers in the world.
Throughout the weekend visitors will be able to view six Land Rovers from the museum’s Reserve Collection which are not normally on display to the public.
There will also be an assortment of vehicles on display from the Dunsfold Collection.
In addition there will be a line-up of early model Range Rover Velars for visitors to view, courtesy of the Range Rover Register plus a selection of 26 Range Rover Classics that were produced to mark the end of the classic Range Rover production.
There will also be demonstrations, a trade area, and club displays.
Tom Caren, show manager at the Heritage Motor Centre, said: “We are really pleased to welcome back the return of this great event after an absence of five years.
“This should be an absolute must for Land Rover and Range Rover enthusiasts. For anyone who loves these famous iconic models, then I would strongly recommend coming along to this exciting event.”
Enthusiasts, Land Rover owners and clubs wishing to find out more out about the event should visit the HMC’s website at www.heritage-motor-centre.co.uk.