Eighth annual London Concours to run from the 4th to 6th of June at the Honourable Artillery Company near Old Street.

The London Concours will celebrate hypercars at its upcoming show in June, presented with Apollo Capital. The exhibit will showcase exceptional cars that have pushed the limits of performance, engineering, and design. The hypercar category will be the centerpiece of the show from June 4th to 6th at the Honourable Artillery Company in the heart of the city.

This June, the Hypercar display will feature the legendary Jaguar C-X75 prototype, a hypercar unveiled in 2010 and designed for the future. Equipped with an all-wheel drive system and a plug-in hybrid engine, the C-X75 was powered by a Formula 1-inspired, all-aluminium 1.6-liter turbo and supercharged four-cylinder engine, complemented by a pair of power-dense electric motors. The car on display was featured in the James Bond film “Spectre” and has recently been made road legal. It is the only road-going C-X75 in the world, boasting a total output of 850 bhp and 738 lb/ft of torque, and remains one of the finest examples of British engineering brilliance.

The display will feature two British hypercars – the McLaren P1 and the Bugatti Veyron. The P1 was launched in 2013 and had an impressive 903 bhp, a top speed of 217 mph, and could generate 600 kg of downforce at 160 mph. The display will showcase the P1 ‘XP2R,’ which set the Nürburgring lap time.


The Bugatti Veyron is a hypercar launched in 2003 with over 1000 bhp from its 8-litre, quad-turbo W16 engine, and a top speed of over 250 mph. It redefined our perception of what was possible in road car performance.

The London Concours will showcase Koenigsegg CCXR – the only right hand drive, manual example in existence. It was powered by a 4.7-litre twin-supercharged V8 engine, producing 1,032hp. The vehicle could run on E85 and E100 ethanol, as well as petrol, with reduced emissions and enhanced performance. It could hit over 250 mph flat out.

The event features the Pagani Zonda Revolución, an ultimate version of the hypercar. It is based on the Zonda R, a rare Italian masterpiece, with only five units produced. It is powered by a 6.0-liter V12 engine, capable of producing an incredible 800 horsepower. This particular example is the only road-going version in the world and visitors can examine it up close.

Additionally, the hypercar display will include the Zenvo TSR-S, powered by a twin-supercharged 5.8-litre V8 producing 1,177bhp. This particular TSR-S belongs to ‘Shmee150’ and has a rare “power pack” option boosting the engine to 1,360bhp. It features an active rear wing that aids stability, braking, or top speed depending on the scenario. Zenvo is a hypercar pioneer and a brand to watch in the future.

Andrew Evans, Managing Director, London Concours, said: Our show is renowned for assembling the most jaw dropping display of machinery and this June’s show is going to be no different. In just over a month’s time, we’ll bring all manner of exotic cars to the HAC, and this Hypercar display is a feature that we’re particularly excited about. It will demonstrate just what the world’s most talented automotive engineers are capable of when they’re let loose, showcasing the most fantastic range of automotive designs and technology in the process. It’s certainly a feature that fans of performance cars aren’t going to want to miss.”

Guests at Honorary Artillery Company can enjoy a range of food and drink options, live stage discussions, and luxury brands at London Concours 2024 – an unforgettable event for automotive enthusiasts.

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