BMW and Audi are both on sale for the first time this week, with the German luxury brand also being available on a limited basis for a limited time.
In the UK, VW is selling a limited edition version of the Golf and Porsche are on display for the last time.
The German manufacturer has also confirmed a number of new products for the UK.
Boris Johnson has announced plans to roll out the first major new car in more than 10 years as part of his Vision 2030 programme.
On the other hand, the Government’s plans for a new version of air traffic control, which is set to be launched in 2018, are on hold until at least 2021.
The UK Government’s plan is to introduce new technologies, including unmanned aircraft and drones, that would allow aircraft to communicate with each other and use advanced sensors.
However, the government is facing opposition from the British Civil Aviation Authority (BAA), which wants the pilot to remain on board at all times.
This has prompted Johnson to warn that if the UK Government were to implement its plans, the number of pilots on the job would fall by more than 30,000 over the next two years.
He said: “If the pilot does not get up on the aircraft, the aircraft does not have the ability to respond to a distress call.”
Johnson has said that he wants to “reassess” the pilot’s role after the pilot of a drone pilot was killed in September, prompting concerns from some quarters that the country’s air traffic controller could be replaced.
But he has said the drone pilot’s death will not affect the future of the drone programme.
He said: “We will not put the pilot in jeopardy.
We are not going to allow the drone to become a distraction for our aircraft.
We will continue to look at the pilot and the pilot needs to stay in the cockpit.”
In addition to new vehicles, the UK is also offering a new range of luxury goods and services for the general public, including an introduction of the first car to be offered in a British market for nearly 50 years.