After a two year-long Covid-induced absence, Top Marques is set to make its highly anticipated return to the Principality this summer.
The upcoming edition, set to take place in the Grimaldi Forum from June 8 until June 12, promises more supercars than ever before, and an all new section dedicated exclusively to classic sports cars from the 50s and 60s.
Classic car collectors will be delighted to discover that the Classic Car Hall boasts over 40 of the most iconic sports cars of the two decades, all of which are available to buy. This new section dedicated to classic cars has been developed in partnership with Boutsen Classic Cars, founded by former Formula 1 driver Thierry Boutsen, and Rétromobile.
For those who seek the cutting edge, a wide range of modern models will be displayed, with the most recognisable marques bringing their best alongside other obscure and exceptional makers.
Some exciting and seriously fast hypercars are set to make their European debuts at the show. During the official inauguration of Top Marques, HSH Prince Albert will unveil the Deus Vayanne, the Aspark Owl and the Pininfarina Battista.
Meanwhile, the ‘Innovation Area’ will feature three revolutionary flying vehicles for the first time, including a secret project by Monegasque company McClic.
Completing the show will be the ‘superboats’ of Brabus Marine and Kingboat, and the watches and jewellery section features a selection of exclusive exhibitors.
Top Marques will kick off with a VIP Opening Cocktail on Wednesday, June 8. From Thursday, June 9 until Sunday, June 12 day or VIP passes are available on the Top Marques website here.
Featured image by Jack Brodie for NEWS.MC, Top Marque ambassador and local supercar influencer GMK alongside some serious cars after the Top Marques Press Conference at the Casino on Tuesday, May 10