All the best pictures from the world's most exclusive car show
23 July 2009

The fourth annual Salon Prive luxury and supercar has been taking place at the Hurlingham Club in west London.

Cars including the Veritas RSIII, Aston Martin One-77 and Maybach Zeppelin have all been on display at the show and Autocar has spent the day in Fulham getting all the best pictures and news from the exclusive event.

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Salon Prive is a small event, with 3500 visitors over three days, but attendance this year was up 26 per cent. It includes a super car show and Concours d'Elegance.

The Jaguar XJ made its first public appearance and the production version of the Veritas was unveiled for the first time, now featuring a BMW V10 from the M5.

Celebrities at the exclusive event, which costs £125 a head, were fellow Ferrari fans Chris Evans and musician Jay Kay.

Click here to see the full Salon Prive picture galleryBlog: Salon Prive: expensive, but it makes sense


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