The Vuhl 05 from Mexico made its second UK appearance after running at the Goodwood Festival of Speed
This Dakar Rally-inspired Range Rover Evoque was designed by Clark Abel
Salon Prive showcases both classic cars and new concepts to the public
The Spyker B6 Venator Spyder was just one of the cars to get its UK debut at the event
As did the Icona Vulcano, which could enter production next year
The 510bhp Vencer Sarthe has a price tag of £225,000
The Rimac Concept One was first seen in Frankfurt in 2011
Old mixes with new at Salon Privé, but both garner attention from the public. This Bugatti is such a car
This Ferrari 246 Dino is just one of the many rare historic cars on display
The Koenigsegg Agera S Hundra was the focus of attention from supercar lovers
This AC 378 GT Zagato was first seen at the 2012 Geneva motor show
Ginetta launched its £28,000 race series proposition at the event
Cars such as this 1948 Ferrari 166 Inter-Sport Corsa took their turn to line up outside Syon House
The Concours d'Elegance allows owners to show off their rare cars. This Bentley Cresta is an entrant in the Pininfarina class
That means plenty of last minute preparation for the owner of this 1967 Iso grifo
Judges this year include Derek Bell and Victor Muller, CEO of Spyker
This 1932 Aston Martin Le Mans is an entrant into the Aston Martin centenary class
This Aston Martin DB5 drophead coupé waits to head out into the Concours judging area
Once on the platform, judges cast their votes. The '78 V8 Vantage was one of the youngest class entrants
This 1968 Lamborghini 400 GT was one of the first cars built by Ferruccio Lamborghini
This Lamborghini Countach is a later example of the model, produced in 1990 - the last year of production
The Concours really does take in vehicles of all shapes and sizes. Few are bigger than this Lamborghini LM002
This lightweight E-type was the last to be built. It was destroyed in a crash that killed its driver, and fully restored in 2007
This Abarth Monomille was based on a re-bodied Fiat 600 chassis
This 500 Mondial Spider Scaglietti is one of the rarer cars at the show
Radical chose Salon Privé to show its new RXC, the first fully enclosed racer from the company
McLaren showed off both regular and Spider versions of its MP4-12C
Bikes from all eras also had a good presence at the show
Over 3000 examples of the Tatra T87 were produced between 1936-1950
Porsche rub shoulders with Ferrari. Here are a '91 964 Carrera RS Clubsport, a '73 Carrera 2.8 RSR and an 86' 930 Slantnose
It is 10 years since the Bentley Speed 8 won at Le Mans
The Ford Evos was the most famous name in the concours d'elegance's concept class
Classic cars and speedboats are well within the reach of most Salon Prive visitors
Rolls-Royce Wraith takes a bow beside a Phantom Drophead
This is one of just 335 examples of the 250 GT Coupe Pininfarina
Early Austin-Healey 100 predated the more famous 3000 be a number of years
The Mercedes 300SC was considered to be among the finest cars of the era
Ferrari 500 Mondial lines up beside a McLaren M12 and a Ferrari Daytona: all concours entries in the post war competition class
50 years of the Porsche 911 meant the model had a class of its own
The Salon Privé Concours d'Elegance, held in London's Syon Park, has seen a number of high-profile debuts on its opening day.
The event, which opened its gates to guests, enthusiasts, owners and collectors this morning, saw the European debut of Spyker's B6 Venator Spyder. Having previously only been seen at Pebble Beach in the US, CEO Victor Muller today confirmed that the 375bhp-plus V6-engined supercar will go on sale for £135,000 next year.
Meanwhile the Icona Vulcano, a £2.5 million V12 hybrid hypercar, was also revealed - with design director Samuel Chuffart hinting that the model could enter into limited-run production. He says Icona is currently working with investors to make that a reality.
Although its new car had already been seen at the London Motorexpo earlier this year, the Radical RXC still got lots of attention from the Salon Prive crowds. Radical told Autocar that it plans to produce up to 50 units of the 380bhp, 900kg track day car per year.
Salon Prive also saw the launch of a new brand in Clark Abel design. Offering bespoke car design services to clients, the company also brought along its Dakar Rally-inspired Range Rover Evoque.
Ginetta had big news about its new affordable race series, the Ginetta Driver's Club. For £28,950 drivers get a Ginetta G40R Club car plus entry into a four-weekend race series supporting the British GT championship.
The Royal College of Art is also showing off its 'Concours of the Future' exhibition, and the main Concours d'Elegance - which features more than 100 cars - is already proving to be one of the main attractions of the event.
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