Described by the New York Times as “the most exclusive car show in the world,” Top Marques Monaco is exceeding its own high standards this year, as 11 exclusive supercar launches add to an already rich 2024 edition at the Grimaldi Forum.

“For the first time in 19 years, we’re going to have an unprecedented number of launches. This makes Top Marques an unmissable event in the automotive world,” Top Marques director Emeric Garcia told the press. The McLaren Artura Spider and the electrified Porsche Macan are set to be unveiled in Monaco, alongside the Audi RS 6 Avant GT and many more exclusive automobiles. Tesla’s Cybertruck is set to make one of its first appearances in Europe at the Principality’s own auto show.

As was the case in previous editions, the automotive world’s biggest hitters will present their finest examples, including but certainly not limited to; Bentley, Bugatti, Ferrari, Rolls-Royce and Mercedes.

Looking to the future in an area dedicated to innovation, exhibitors such as Venturi and Audi will be present, with the latter offering an exclusive display of its 100 percent electric Audi S1 Hoonitron, developed specifically for the late, great American drift revolutionary Ken Block.

Meanwhile, those that appreciate the golden age of automobiles will be pleased to discover that the vintage section will return in its third edition this year, with more than 60 exceptional sports cars from the 20th century on display and for sale. A highlight of this section is undoubtably a stand dedicated to Ferrari and Mercedes by Top Classics.

So much more awaits visitors to the 2024 edition of Top Marques Monaco, which will kick off at 20:00 on June 5 with a preview cocktail, before the official opening at 10:00 on June 6. The event will run until June 9, and tickets are available on sale now.

Reserve tickets and discover more on the Top Marques Monaco website.

Featured image courtesy of @topmarquesmonaco on Instagram: Two exceptional Porsches parked outside the Monte-Carlo Casino during the Top Marques Monaco press conference on Tuesday, April 30