IS it a bird, is it a plane?…No, it’s a Supercar; one of six brand new vehicles to be launched at Top Marques Monaco 2015, the luxury auto show taking place in the heart of the Principality in April.
Manufacturers from all corners of the world – including America, Russia, Finland and the UK – have chosen the niche exhibition held annually in Monaco, the international capital of luxury, to unveil their latest state-of-the- art technologies.
Few details of the supercars to be launched at the show have been revealed, except this teaser image of the Toroidion 1MW Concept, designed and handmade in Finland.
The vehicles will be unveiled at the start of the four day show, being held from April 16 to 19th at the award-winning Grimaldi Forum, a stunning glass-domed structure on the edge of the Mediterranean.
The exhibition, the principal partner of which is the private bank Edmond de Rothschild group, will also showcase 60-plus of the world’s most exclusive and exciting supercar and tuners such as the Zenvo St1, the Evantra by Mazzanti and Lamborghini Aventador by Hamann Motorsport. Every single vehicle on display is for sale.
For the USP of this highly-acclaimed show, which will also this year feature the AeroMobil – the world’s most advanced prototype of a flying car – is that potential buyers can test drive vehicles during the exhibition on a privatized section of the famous Formula 1 Monte Carlo Grand Prix circuit before they sign on the dotted line. The prototype of the AeroMobil will be on display only.
Last year, organizer Manoj Bairstow estimated that up to 70 per cent of the exhibitors at the show – which also including watches, jewellery and superboats – were purchased by attendees proving its slogan ‘See it! Drive it! Buy it’ does actually work.
More details of some of the highlights of the 12th edition of Top Marques can be found below. Alternatively go to the show’s website at www.topmarquesmonaco.com to see a list of confirmed exhibitors as well as to buy tickets which are now on sale.
Tickets can also be purchased via www.grimaldiforum.com