The ninth edition of the Salon Privé, UK’s most prestigious Luxury Supercar Show & Concours d’Elégance, is scheduled for 3 – 5 September. The Salon Privé at West London’s Syon Park features the crème de la crème of the automotive industry.

Now in its 9th consecutive year, the event continues to grow as more and more automotive brands look to present their latest variants and yet it successfully retains the boutique ambience that it has become so renowned for. A fantastic selection of variants awaits the guests this year with several brands participating for the first time and a number of variants making their event & public debuts. With manufacturers attending from the UK, Netherlands, Germany, India, Italy and Sweden, it is a truly international affair.

This year’s Salon Privé should deliver another jaw-dropping selection of the world’s most exotic and rare supercars to experience, and for some, to purchase on the spot. The stunning line-up of cars at the 2014 Salon include Abarth 695 biposto, BMW i8, Ferrari F12 TRS, Ferrari California T, Lamborghini Hurácan, Lister Knobbly, Maseratis, Overfinch Range Rover Sport, Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupé Waterspeed Collection, Spyker Venator and Tesla Model S. The nominated Supercars are bound enthrall everyone young and old. Additionally, the cars are slated to make a three day pit-stop which culminates in the British Supercar show on 5 September where the hotly contested ‘People’s Choice’ awards are to be presented after the three days of visitors’ voting.

The three-day event also includes several new product debuts like the Chubb Insurance Concours d’Elégance and EFG Art and Memorabilia Fair, a joint venture auction with Silverstone Auctions and Luxury retail goods exhibits. Aside from the Chubb insurance activity, the show has something for the ladies too, courtesy of the Boodles Ladies’ Day. Furthermore, the British Supercar show as well as Salon Privé Sale, Royal College of Art ‘Concours of the Future’ design exhibition, EFG Art Fair and Luxury Retail Village are all interesting activities line-up especially for visitors who attend Britain’s top luxury exhibition.

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