Supercars in the Heart of the City
In under three weeks, the London Concours will roll out the red carpet for some of the most stunning supercars you’ve ever seen. Hosted by Montres Breguet, the show will be set in the heart of the city, featuring a breathtaking range of high-performance exotica including the exotic Schuppan 962 CR P1.
The event will culminate on June 8th, when a further 50 supercars will grace the intimate setting of the Honourable Artillery Company for the dedicated ‘Supercar Thursday’, presented in partnership with the Drivers’ Union.
A Rare Gem: The 1991 Schuppan 962 CR P1
The superstar of the show will be the ultra-rare 1991 Schuppan 962 CR P1. This racer for the road is one of only six in existence. With a feather-weight kerb weight of just 1,050kg and a 3.3-litre type-935 twin-turbo flat-six engine pumping out 600bhp, it boasts a 0-60 mph time of just 3.5 seconds and a top speed of 230 mph.
A true spectacle with its dramatic full-width rear wing and narrow cockpit, this car is as dramatic as it is rare.
Bugatti, Porsche and McLaren: A Feast for the Eyes
Also on display will be the remarkable Bugatti Veyron Vitesse in ultra-rare ‘WRC’ form. This beast, with its 1184bhp, once held the title for the fastest car in the world, hitting 254mph at a test track in Germany.
The Honourable Artillery Company will also host the iconic McLaren P1 and the fearsome McLaren 675LT. The P1, with its violent performance and otherworldly high-tech appeal, can generate 600kg of downforce at 160 mph. The 675LT, on the other hand, is rampantly quick yet wonderfully approachable, a must-see for all supercar enthusiasts.
The Porsche Carrera GTZ, a coach-built hypercar of the 21st century, and the ‘992’ GT3 RS, the most extreme 911 yet, will also be part of the display.
A Celebration of the Best
Andrew Evans, London Concours Director, promises this year’s line-up will take things to new heights. “2023’s lineup takes things to new heights, with a truly stand-out range of exotic machinery from the world’s most illustrious manufacturers – it’s going to be our best display yet,” he said.
The dedicated Supercar Thursday on the final day of the event promises to be an unforgettable finale. Drivers’ Union will also host their annual Supercar Awards ceremony at the London Concours for the first time on Thursday 8th June.
In addition to an incredible array of cars, guests will be treated to a decadent range of food and drink options, live stage discussions, and a carefully selected line-up of luxury brands and boutiques. The London Concours 2023 is shaping up to be a total indulgence for all automotive enthusiasts.
Tickets for the event are on sale now at londonconcours.co.uk/tickets, starting from £35. Don’t miss out on this spectacular showcase of speed, style and supercars!