Built in Britain by JCB celebrates the best of British Engineering at the London Motor Show
The Confused.com London Motor Show has partnered with JCB, which will see three of its vehicles headlining on the ‘Built In Britain by JCB’ feature at this year’s show.
The British firm will bring its world record breaking Dieselmax car, which set a new diesel land speed record of 350.092mph on the Bonneville Salt Flats, USA in 2006 – powered by two mighty JCB engines.
A Williams Martini Racing wrapped 3CX Compact backhoe loader will also be present which was designed in conjunction with the iconic British F1 Team and produced in its race bays. The innovative machine is capable of delivering big machine performance for the most confined job sites. Designed to meet the needs of modern construction purpose, it is the perfect machine for road resurfacers and repair contractors, utilities, groundworkers and municipalities working in congested urban construction projects.
JCB’s Head of Sponsorship Edd Hood said: “JCB is excited to partner with The Confused.com London Motor Show and is thrilled that the ‘Built in Britain’ area will now officially be known as ‘Built in Britain by JCB’. With a pedigree of over 70 years of British engineering, we are proud of our heritage and continued commitment to developing British machines in a global market place. Bringing the 3CX Compact, Hydradig and DieselMax to London as a celebration of both our past and future is exciting for JCB and the thousands of people coming through the doors of the Excel Centre.”
In addition, JCB will also bring the JCB Hydradig, a totally new tool-carrying solution, bringing new levels of innovation and engineering excellence to the growing compact wheeled machine sector of the market. Hydradig is a ground-breaking digging, lifting, loading and tool-carrying machine for urban construction, highway maintenance and municipal operations. The revolutionary machine delivers on five important customer criteria, offering unparalleled visibility, stability, manoeuvrability, mobility and serviceability.
The ‘Built In Britain by JCB’ feature will showcase the might of the British manufacturing and engineering sector highlighted by the very best vehicles which will be on display on the centrepiece.
Alec Mumford, Chairman of The Confused.com London Motor Show, commented: “We are really excited that JCB is partnering with the ‘Built In Britain’ feature for this year’s show, bringing three absolute powerhouse vehicles for us to all admire. It is pretty tough to travel anywhere in the world without seeing the renowned JCB logos. Our feature and the world-famous JCB machines which will be on display are not to be missed, make sure you buy your tickets today!”