Sunday 3 June 2018

Modern Hypercar Royalty joins London Concours Line-Up in New Evo Paddock

A line-up of the fastest and most astonishing performance cars on sale today has been confirmed to appear as part of London Concours’ new evo Supercar Paddock. 

Curated by evo Magazine, a media partner of the London Concours, the Supercar Paddock is a who’s who of the world’s most famous performance brands, including McLaren, Porsche, Lamborghini and RUF.

On display are a pair of British behemoths – the 212mph McLaren 720S and 562bhp McLaren 570S Spider – showcasing the incredible technology, breathtaking performance and captivating looks of the race-bred McLaren brand.

Joining them in representing the pinnacle of British performance cars are the all-new Aston Martin Vantage – featuring a new, lightweight structure and 4.0-litre bi-turbo V8 – and the exclusive Lotus Exige Cup 430 Type 25. One of only 25 due to be sold globally, this car pays homage to Lotus’ most successful Formula One car, the Type 25, with subtle design cues and not-so-subtle performance – 0-60mph takes just 3.2 seconds.

Joining the line-up of Brits is the new Porsche 911 (991) GT2 RS, a car that lapped Germany’s fearsome Nürburgring Nordschleife in just 6:47.3, making it the fastest ‘road-approved sports car’ to have ever tackled the circuit. Lamborghini’s 730bhp Aventador S will also be on display, alongside the latest Ford GT, showcasing the latest in pure mid-engined supercar design, performance and technology.

The evo Supercar Paddock will also be displaying the RUF BTR, built by legendary Porsche tuners, RUF. Based on the 911 (964) produced until 1989, the RUF is lightweight, powered by a 374bhp turbocharged six-cylinder engine, and capable of 0-62mph in 4.7 seconds.

Away from the main car displays, the London Concours is focused around the worlds of entertainment and luxury products, with pop-up boutiques from top-end watchmakers, Breguet, Glasshutte and Vacheron Constantin, as well as arthouses such as Collier Dobson.

There are a number of hospitality options also available, with preview breakfasts, three-course lunches and evening cocktails hosted across the duration of the event. For hospitality enquiries please contact Caroline Monks (

Tickets to the London Concours are available from, with a full day adult admission ticket costing £35, and concessions from £18.

Scroll down to read more articles like this which have been published recently

Why not Sign-up to Receive these Articles by Email each Day

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

* Read more current and archived articles on our dedicated website *

Low Cost and Free Publicity - Your company can easily benefit from some publicity like this in return for a contribution towards our layout costs (£55 to £75 plus VAT), payable in advance via PayPal or credit card or receive the service absolutely free of charge if you advertise (see below).

We post articles up to twice a day and never delete them - we only archive them each year so that they continue to remain visible to search engines.

To have your story published - just send us your news item, logo and image(s) and we will review the material, make any necessary changes to the wording / wordcount and then advise you when it will be published.

If you are a regular advertiser placing series bookings or subscribing to our VIP Packages in our printed and online publications, you will qualify for a specific number of free postings on this blog while you continue to advertise with us.

Also, if you purchase one of our Online and Print Combo packages, Featured Articles or Advertorial packages, posting on this blog is included in the price.

For details and rates for all of our advertising options in print and online, download our media pack contact us or visit our website.

Door Industry Journal is a trading style of Avalon Innovations LLP Company Registration No. 06807833

No comments: