London Concours returns to the Honourable Artillery Company’s headquarters on 6-8 June 2023. Nestled amongst the scores of high-rise buildings that litter the Finsbury skyline lies a picturesque green space, understatedly intersecting central London, providing some welcome respite from the concrete jungle.
This luxurious three days automotive garden party, presented by Montres Breguet, showcases 80 of the finest classic and performance cars ever produced.
60 years of Lamborghini
London Concours 2023 will pay special tribute to the 60th anniversary of Lamborghini, with a stunning array of raging bulls. Expect V12-powered exotica, the 350GT, and the Aventador, the car that defined Lamborghini during the 2010s.
The display will also feature examples of the game-changing Miura, the quintessential ’70s supercar: the Lamborghini Countach as well as ’90s Diablo and 21st century Murciélago and many more.
The London Concours will also pay special tribute to 125 years of the iconic motorcycle manufacturer Norton.
From classics to supercars
Of course, there will be plenty more metal to admire. The main concours event classes include Evolution of Aero, Golden Age Coupés, Make Green Great Again, Bespoke Automotive and Built to Race, For the Road. Each of the classes was packed with special cars, from the Facel Vega Facel II to the McLaren P1.
For example, the Bespoke Automotive class will showcase the finest examples of coach building and individuality, while Make Green Great Again will welcome a verdant ensemble of perfectly-specced automobiles, including a stunning Porsche Carrera GT Zagato and a beautiful Verde Francesca Ferrari 488 GTB.
Other intriguing classes include Golden Age Coupes, which welcomes icons from the 1950s and 1960s such as a Ferrari 250 SWB and Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing, while everything from a VW Golf Rallye to a Porsche 959 will star in the Built to Race for the Road category.
2023 will also welcome a new class of Wild Cards, which will showcase the best automotive oddballs that were too exciting to turn away.
Craft displays, DJs and pop-up refreshment stalls will complete the event. The weather forecast looks good at the moment, too.
Tickets are available here.
Image credits: © Charlie Brenninkmeijer and Tim Scott