Clark Abel to take part at 2013 Salon Privé this September

Article by Anita Panait, on June 3, 2013

Bespoke design firm Clark Abel will participate in a Syon House event slated on September 2013, Salon Privé has confirmed. Clark Abel has collaborated with Salon Privé prior to September’s event, the latest being an exhibition last year of a distinct Monroe Evoque based on the Range Rover model.

For this year, Clark Abel is bound to display three cars. The firm’s displays will include a totally bespoke design from the ground up, demonstrating how its customer can design their own personalized vehicle. The firm is also bound to present a number of live activities across three days.

One of them is a live design project that will allow visitors at Salon Privé to catch a glimpse of the design process for creating a bespoke unit, including the phase in which Clark Abel’s people change a clay model form in real time on the exhibition stand.

Paul Karslake, the artist responsible for designing the Monroe Evoque, will also complete a live art project during the event. He will perform a unique signature color-way and design finishes on a selected model. For those interested in attending the event, you could get your tickets by visiting or by calling the Ticket Hotline on 0808 100 2205.  Clark Abel is part of the Futura Group that provides clients with bespoke automotive products. [source: Salon Prive]

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