His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco officially opened the 17th edition of Top Marques Monaco yesterday in front of the international press.
To celebrate the return of this unmissable event in the automotive industry, the organizers have launched a brand new area dedicated to classic cars from the 50s to the 90s.
The first stop in the visit of H.S.H. Prince Albert II was in the Classic Car Hall at the magnificent stand of Boutsen Classic Cars, a partner in this new adventure.
Once in the supercar hall, the Sovereign unveiled world launches: the PJ -01 Project by Pambuffetti from Italy; the supercar from Swiss manufacturers Picasso Automobile; the Dallara D50; the Mini E-Electric from Aznom Automotive; the Magnifica from Radikal Design and three incredible aerial vehicles: the flying motorcycle from Xturismo; the Jetson One and a flying car from Mc-Clic, the MC-One.
European launches included Pininfarina’s Battista, the Aspark Owl from Japan (above) and the electric supercar Deus Vayanne, as well as five avant-premieres: McLaren’s Artura, Aston Martin’s Valhalla as well as the DBX 707, and two cars from Maserati, the MC20 and the SUV Grecale.
“I am very happy with the first day of this new edition which was opened by H.S.H. Prince Albert II. We have seen many visitors and we know that some of the exhibitors have already sold during the first day. This bodes well for the rest of the show,” said Salim Zeghdar, CEO of Top Marques.
The show is open until Sunday, June 12, at 6 pm. Tickets can be purchased on site, or on their website.
Source: Top Marques Monaco