Luxury car show Top Marques Monaco opens next week and Connexion has two free tickets worth up to €100 for subscribers who would like an exclusive look at some of the world’s most exciting cars...
This is the 15th anniversary of the world’s only live show where visitors to Monaco’s Grimaldi Forum from April 19-22 can test more than 25 supercars on the next-door F1 track.
Our tickets are valid for any day – while stocks last – and would normally cost €50 each for the first two days and €39 for the weekend, children under six go free. Subscribers should apply for tickets by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with Top Marques in the subject field, first come first served.
Billed by Bloomberg TV as the ‘ultimate luxury car show’, Top Marques Monaco is a chance to see supercar launches – there are six planned on the opening day – rare classic cars and ground-breaking eco vehicles… plus test a handmade F1 simulator by Wave Italy.
Show managing director Manoj Bairstow said today: “To celebrate our 15th anniversary edition we have decided to return to the essence of what Top Marques is all about it – a live supercar show where visitors can get to see and try out some of the most incredible supercars in the world.
“We have supercars coming from all corners of the globe including six vehicles that will be unveiled for the first time. But that’s not all. There will be stunning jewellery collections, watches that most of us can only dream of owning and some very unique luxury products.”
The world launches planned include the TS 900 H by Tushek, an under-wraps project by Germany’s Pogea Racing, the Enigma by BDI, the Levis Café Racer, the LADA NIVA 4x4 Edition 40 and the M13 Bellator.
While the Ravel Supercar Hall will host the supercars, more than 30 handpicked luxury exhibitors will be lined up in Luxury Lane along with world-famous street artists Cosmos and Gregos who will work their magic on a giant mural.
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