Best in show 2020
A DISPLAY OF THE WORLD’S FINEST CARS
The London Concours, presented by Montres Breguet, is a luxurious automotive garden party hosted in the heart of the City of London from Tuesday 8th to Thursday 10th June. This hugely exciting automobile extravaganza will see 80 of the worlds most precious cars gather in the gardens of the historic and beautiful Honourable Artillery Company Headquarters.
NEW FOR 2021
In 2021, we’re introducing a third day, creating three subtly different themes for three different audiences The days will be: VIP Preview Day, Style Edition Day and Supercar Day.
Entertain or be entertained
The London Concours offers a number of flexible opportunities for you to entertain clients. Our hospitality options have been specifically designed to fit around a busy work schedule and the location of the venue, right in the heart of the City, is perfect for allowing visitors to just drop by and take a look at some of the truly breathtaking cars.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
The three days offer entertainment on the lawns, beautiful retail chalets with luxury brand and artisan goods, and a delicious selection of food and beverages to match. If you are looking for a unique backdrop for a business meeting with either breakfast or lunch included, then London Concours is your solution.
LUXURY RETAILERS AND EXHIBITORS
From the motoring world the Concours hosts the very best specialist manufacturers, distributors and dealers. Alongside the 130 cars being presented are many brands from the luxury fields of watchmaking, art, fashion and jewellery. These brands add another dimension for visitors, allowing them to discover, experience (and purchase) some of the finest craftsmanship availed to the UK marketplace.
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LATEST NEWS FROM LONDON CONCOURS
London Concours 2021 Ends with Spectacular ‘Supercar Day’
16th June 2021
The London Concours presented by Montres Breguet closed its doors yesterday following three sold out days, populated by 7,500 guests...Read More
London Concours 2021 Celebrates Glorious First Day
9th June 2021
The London Concours presented by Montres Breguet opened its doors yesterday to a crowd of thousands in stunning sunshine for...Read More
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Having driven her stock A40 for years with disintegrating trim, a tired engine and battle scars from a track roll, the owner embarked on a three-year customisation job to transform the Austin into a Kustom in the traditional style of its 1950s American counterparts.
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This Sprint Speciale is directly descended from the iconic Berlina Aerodinamica Tecnica (BAT) design studies of the mid-1950s. With its low drag coefficient of 0.29 it was intended for competition, and a limited number were produced to meet FIA homologation rules.
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This Mercedes-Benz Koenig Specials started life as a 1991 560SEC with modifications including a full Widebody conversion, uprated suspension, wider wheels and, most importantly, the extremely rare 400bhp supercharged V8.
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The V8 version of the Sunbeam Alpine was created to win sales in the US. Dreamed up by Jack Brabham and engineered by Carroll Shelby, it has quite a pedigree. A total of only 568 Mk2 Tigers were made, of which this 1966 example was the 20th.
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