Automotive outlets from across the globe are lining up to unveil, present and feature the very latest in tuning and performance in the reformed and heavily evolved Performance and Tuning Car Show at Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre (NEC) between 10-13 January 2019. 

Exceptional visitor numbers and the popularity of tuning exhibitors at the show earlier this year have inspired the incorporation of a tuning element for the 2019 event. The integration of supercars, performance racers and tuned cars will give visitors the chance to get up close to the latest and most desirable performance cars and stars from the automotive and tuning world. 

An all-new main feature will pit a line-up of tuned hot hatches, supercars, SUVs and saloons against the respective Original Equipment Manufacturer counterparts, with more details on the content to be announced in due course.

One of the biggest names in supercar tuning, Liberty Walk EU will be bringing its biggest line-up of supercars, performance parts from The Performance Company, tuning products and merchandise throughout all four days at the NEC in January. The Performance Company is the United Kingdom’s largest performance parts wholesaler and exclusive importer for some of the world’s most sought after tuning products. Liberty Walk EU is the exclusive European dealer for Liberty Walk and LB Performance products and the brand has attracted the attention of motoring enthusiasts from around the world.

Italian performance brake specialist TAROX will return to the event after a successful showing at the 2018 show. For over 40 years, TAROX has been pioneers in braking performance. From introducing the first-ever grooved brake disc in 1983 to revolutionising brake caliper design for the performance market with the introduction of race derived 6 piston calipers for road use. Now the TAROX Range encompasses all aspects of braking for road and racing including fluid, hoses, pads discs and calipers for all makes and models. 

Autosport International Show Day 04 14th January 2018 Birmingham NEC Contact: Malcolm Griffiths 07768 230706 Image copyright Malcolm Griffiths

Another tuning outlet to be confirmed for the new look event is SlammedUK, connoisseurs who appreciate modified cars. More details about what it is set to bring to the tuning extravaganza at the NEC in 2019 will be announced in due course. 

The show will also feature an established array of stunning performance exotica in addition to a number of car clubs, bespoke car manufacturers and displays from the world’s best and well-respected manufacturers, all under one roof. With a much stronger emphasis on the ever-expanding automotive tuning market, the Performance and Tuning Car Show is the place to start the 2019 year for enthusiasts who take car modification seriously.