Windsor Castle Concours of Elegance will display 60 int’l vehicles

Article by Christian A., on March 30, 2012

Sixty concours d'elegance condition automobiles from around the world will help celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty the Queen with an impressive showcase held in the quadrangle of Windsor Castle. From September 8 to 9, the Windsor Castle Concours of Elegance will be open to the public. It will be one of the most important events in the motoring calendar. A Jubilee Tour of Elegance will complement this event and will run from London to Windsor Castle on September 9. The 60 vehicles for the Windsor Castle Concours of Elegance come from across the globe including Europe, the USA, Britain and Argentina. Only the automobiles with the highest show standards were invited, making the event a unique one. The display will be open to the public on September 8 and 9 with tickets costing £25 each. All the proceeds will go to charity. 

The Jubilee Tour of Elegance on September 9 is held in association with Octane magazine. It will leave from central London going to Windsor through a specially selected route. The last destination will include a magnificent drive up to Windsor Castle. Performance and classic automobiles will be chosen from 1952 to date, representing each year of Her Majesty the Queen's reign. Participants of the Jubilee Tour of Elegance can enjoy free access to the Windsor Castle Concours of Elegance in exchange for a donation, and brunch en-route.

Here are the cars from the Windsor Castle Concours of Elegance: 1991 TVR Griffith // Bentley Continental R; 1992 McLaren F1 // Jaguar XJ220 // Ferrari 456; 1993 Aston Martin DB7 // Porsche 993 1994 Maserati Quattroporte // Jaguar XJ // Ferrari F355; 1995 Ferrari 355GTS; 1996 Lotus Elise // TVR Cerbera // Porsche Boxster 1997 Jaguar XK // Bentley Turbo RT; 1998 Bentley Arnage // Porsche 996 1999 Pagani Zonda // Ferrari 360;  2000 Lotus Exige // Morgan Aero 8 // BMW Z8; 2001 Aston Martin Vanquish; 2002 Ferrari Enzo // Koenigsegg CC8S // Lamborghini Murciélago; 2003 Lamborghini Gallardo // Mercedes Benz SLR McLaren; 2004 Porsche Carrera GT // Aston Martin DB9 // Ferrari 612 Scaglietti; 2005 Bugatti Veyron // Aston Martin Vantage // Gumbert Apollo; 2006 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano // Lotus Europa S // Audi R8 2007 Nissan GT-R // Maserati GranTurismo; 2008 Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe // Jaguar XF // Lotus Evora; 2009 Ferrari 458 Italia // Aston Martin Rapide // Jaguar XJ; 2010 Aston Martin One-77 // Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG; 2011 Lamborghini Aventador // Ferrari FF // Porsche 991.

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