General Motors subsidiary Vauxhall is signing on to once again return to the London Motor Show, WardsAuto reports.
The show, which folded in 1996, returned in 2016 after the UK auto industry once again began to boom. The event was originally imagined as an alternative to the British International Auto Show, which ran until 1999.
Other attendees include Nissan, Fiat, Tesla, Aston Martin, Porsche and more, with over 150 vehicles planned for display.
The 2017 London Motor Show will open May 4 and run through May 7.