Walking around London's West End is a sure fire way to get a glimpse of glitz and glamour, and if you're a fan of cars then you'll certainly see the odd Ferrari, Lamborghini or Bugatti cruising around places like Bond Street.
However, those who really want to get up close and personal with some flash motors may want to make sure they are in London on November 2nd, when an amazing collection of classic cars will be on show in the heart of the city.
As part of the Regent Street Motor Show, a huge number of iconic vehicles from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries will be on display, with the entire road being closed to traffic in order to allow motoring fans to explore the collection and get up close and personal with the cars.
Shops will also remain open until 10pm, enabling visitors to explore places like the flagship Apple Store and Hamleys long into the night.
Manufacturers including Vauxhall and Renault will be displaying their latest models, so anyone with an interest in modern cars can also get their fill of entertainment and excitement.
The former Stig from BBC's hugely popular motoring show Top Gear will be on hand as well to meet and great attendees, while a car-related quiz is set to take place too so that people can put their knowledge to the test against the experts.
Featuring both veteran and future cars, passenger rides will be available along the length of Regent Street, so anyone who gets bored of simply looking at the vehicles can get a much more intimate feel for them.
As if all that wasn't enough, car enthusiasts could even drive away with their very own 1969 MGB Roadster, which will be up for grabs as part of a competition.