The Concours of Elegance’s rapidly-approaching 2022 show will include an all new display: ‘The Year in Motion’. The category will see the very finest, most exciting cars launched in the past year line-up alongside the fabulous main Concours class of over 70 cars in the grounds of Hampton Court Palace.
The glamorous event will run from Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th September.
RML Short Wheelbase
A modern incarnation of the 1960s GT car formula, the Short Wheelbase takes inspiration from the perfectly proportioned Ferrari 250 GT SWB. The curvaceous shape is reimagined for the 21st century, with ultra-lightweight carbon panels, sitting on a modern platform, powered by a 5.5-litre Ferrari V12.
Ferrari 296 GTB
The plug-in-hybrid 296 represents a new era for normal production Ferraris, with a mid-mounted V6 nestled under the 250 LM aping rear haunches, and electric motors driving all four wheels. The GTB’s twin-turbo six revs all the way to 8,500 rpm, delivering 654 bhp, with a further 165 bhp supplied by the electric motors.
Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS
The GT4 RS gives petrolheads what they had been calling for since the launch of the Cayman back in 2005, with a mid-mounted full-fat Porsche GT motorsport motor – in this case the 493 bhp 3.8-litre flat-six from the 911 GT3. The intoxicating, wild-sounding motor is quite something, revving all the way to 9,000 rpm, driving through a closely stacked seven-speed PDK gearbox.
Morgan Super 3
The Super 3 has the task of replacing the much-loved 3 Wheeler model, which, over the course of a ten-year production run, charmed fans with its classic British style and unique driving experience. The Super 3 is a much more modern vehicle, Morgan’s first ‘clean sheet’ design since the Aero 8.
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