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Metropower makes BBC front page news!

A BBC reporter recently contacted us to contribute to a feature on the Metro 40th anniversary, hold the front page!

Happy 40th anniversary to the Metro! stars

Today marks the 40th anniversary of the launch of the Austin miniMetro, celebrate with Metropower by posting your favourite Metro-ing memories!

British Motor Museum online exhibition stars

The British Motor Museum is to host a brand new exhibition to celebrate one of Britain’s best-selling small cars - entitled “Metro at 40”. For the first time the Museum will be hosting the exhibition online as part of its drive to have more online and accessible insights into their collection. The exhibition, which went live on 9 September, is free to view from their website and gives everyone the chance to celebrate this iconic car’s special birthday.

The National Metro & Mini Show 2020, celebrating 40 years of the Metro

A one day celebration of the two iconic British small car marques at the British Motor Museum. 2020 marks the 40th anniversary of the Austin Metro and 30th anniversary of the Rover Metro. Due to Covid-19 the BMC & Leyland show will also be taking place on the same day, providing even more cars to see at the show!

Metro 40th Anniversary merchandise now available!

As many of you will already know 2020 marks the 40th anniversary of the Metro, which was first launched in October 1980. To celebrate the occasion we've created a brand new range of merchandise, which will be available online and at shows throughout the year. Today we're launching our clothing range, with more to follow - watch this space!

Pride of Longbridge 2019

Join us on the Metropower stand at Pride of Longbridge 2019 - the largest MG Rover show of the year!

The National Metro & Mini Show 2018

Join Metropower on 3rd June for the biggest Metro specific show of the year! The event take place in the grounds of the recently-refurbished British Motor Museum at Gaydon.

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