London Concours auto exhibition 2019 in the UK deserves the “party” of enthusiasts of classic cars and supercars.
Stated as the “Garden Car Party”, London Concours is an annual auto show held at the Honorable Artillery Company – London’s historic capital, England. Like the architecture of the foggy city, the exhibition is a mixture of classic and modern cars.
This year, the event brought together nearly 80 models (mostly personal collections) of all kinds, divided into 7 themes including icon cars, special edition cars, pioneers, German cars, and commercial vehicles. old brand and great brand with two selected car companies are Ferrari and Jaguar.
Ferrari is also the car company with the most crowded line with 16 units, among them are two 166 Inter Touring 1949 – the first model of the Italian brand to resonate in the international market and Testarossa 1990 ( photo) – the strongest supercar in the 80s.
Jaguar’s car range consists of 11 names, typically the XJR-15 1991 – the world’s first supercar made entirely of carbon fiber.
Among them was the 1955 Jaguar D-Type, the legendary three-time racing car at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in the 50s.
Mercedes-Benz also attended the exhibition with two representatives of the 300 SL Gullwing 1955 and SLR McLaren 722 Coupe 2007.
There were 7 Lamborghini Miura attending the event, along with the brother Countach 5000 Quattrovalvole 1986.
1912 Silver Ghost Nellie – the only Rolls-Royce and also the “oldest” car at this exhibition.
The 1965 Ford GT40, Aston Martin DBS 1971 V8, Porsche 2.7 Carrera RS, BMW M1 1981 or McLaren F1 1995 are all considered to be superlatives and super rare today.
In addition, “party” also has the presence of many familiar supercars in the present such as Bugatti Veyron 2014, Ferrari LaFerrari 2016, Jaguar F-Type Project 7 2016 or Ford GT 2018.
At the “pioneer” theme, Lancia Aurelia B20 GT 1954 was honored as the world’s first commercial car with a V6 engine.
This list also includes Lotus 79 1978 – the race car “roaring effect” first won F1.
The exhibition is also an opportunity for British automakers to chant a moment of showcasing achievements such as Invicta, Frazer Nash, Bristol, Austin Healey or Alvis.
Scale not too big, but London Concours is still considered one of the most unique car exhibitions in the UK and is an indispensable event in the spiritual life of the people here.