Hypercars and a selection of the world's rarest supercars will feature at this year's Salon Privé show
7 June 2013

This year’s Salon Privé supercar show will feature more than 10 UK new car debuts, as well as some of the world’s most iconic and rarest classics.

The Audemars Piquet British Super Car Show will host exhibits from marques including Futura Design, Clark Abel, Spyker, Vencer and Zagato. They will join new models from Bentley, Maserati, McLaren, Rolls-Royce and Startech. 

This year’s show, which organisers say will be the biggest in its eight year history, will also feature a concours d’elegance. Judges including Derek Bell, Murray Walker and Andrea Zagato will preside over 11 classes, including celebrations of Aston Martin, Lamborghini and Porsche.

The Royal College of Arts concours of the future design exhibition features designs of reimaginged previous concours winners by the RCA’s top vehicle design programme students. 

Other displays include the hypercar collection, showing models including the Koenigsegg Agera R, Pagani Huayra, Ruf CT3-S and SSC Aero GT, and the concepts and prototypes display with models from Ford, Alfa Romeo and Spyker.

Salon Privé takes place on 4-6 September at Syon Park in west London. Tickets are available from salonprivelondon.com

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7 June 2013

10 new car UK debuts. Which models will these be? If this is not embargoed then could you fill in the gaps. I'm guessing the Vencer Sarthe, Vuhl 05 and Spyker B6 Venator will be three of them, but what about the others?

7 June 2013

Timepieces for the discerning F1 fan?

7 June 2013

Some seriously SEXY metal on show here ... Blum 3

7 June 2013


Wayne Carini (Chasing Classic Cars) and Charlie Ross, will be in their element. Stiil, some lovely metal.

7 June 2013

I really show my age by exhibiting a preference for Classics of yesteryear.

The Ferrari California caught my eye, and it reminded me of the elegant Frua creation in the form of the AC 428 convertible.

Similar looks but not Price!  Chris Evans reputedly paid 5.6 million for his Ferrari & you can probably pick a Top condition AC 428 for 200K.

I am not a Ferrairi snob.......  but am an AC aficionado

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8 June 2013

I cannot think of a better suited collection of photographs to illustrate the phrase "from the sublime to the ridiculous"


10 June 2013

would love to find teh time to attend.

10 June 2013

would love to find the time to attend.

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17 January 2019

The car looks promising and has been one of the best designs showcased so far by the car manufacturer. The new design looks great and the changes made to the new car makes a great change to its comfort and performance. PhotoEditingIndia

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