London Concours 2021 reveals full list of display cars

London Concours has revealed the full list of display cars for its prestigious summer event in the heart of London. Taking place at London’s Honrable Artillery Company from the 8-10 June, almost 100 rare historic and performance cars will grace the five acre site.

The main concours line-up of judged vehicles is split into classes which have been carefully curated to provide one of the most eclectic London Concours events so far – visitors can expect classes such as ‘Italian Berlinettas’, ‘Great Marques’, the ‘Lost Marques’ and ‘Iconic British Designs’ among many more.

London Concours 2021 reveals full list of display cars

The Italian Berlinettas class is a celebration of the golden era of sports car design from the country that was simply untouchable for creating masterpieces, this class is a collection of the finest Italian coupé designs of the ‘60s. The class will feature everything from a Ferrari 250 GTE, through the Ferrari 275 GTB 6/C to the De Tomaso Mangusta and the Alfa Romeo Sprint Speciale – this class features 11 of the most beautiful and iconic Italian cars ever made.

London Concours 2021 reveals full list of display cars

The Great Marques class this year celebrates Porsche and Lotus. From 356 to 911, there’s no shortage of automotive legends in the Porsche line-up. The challenge was whittling them down to just 10 of the rarest and most spectacular for this ode to Stuttgart’s finest. And for Lotus, with a long lineage of motorsport heroics and a model line-up of some of the most thrilling cars ever created, Lotus rightly takes its place in the spotlight at the London Concours this year – as the pursuit of lightness, visualised.

London Concours 2021 reveals full list of display cars

The GPBox Vintage Car Memorabilia Collection

In an industry that is fast-moving, heavily regulated and often financially ruinous, manufacturers that may have deserved to stay, are often forced to disappear. The Lost Marques class is a celebration of some of the best marques that are no longer in business. This class will feature ten cars, from some of the finest manufacturers that no longer grace modern showrooms. The cars on display encompass everything from the Austin Healey Frogeye Sprite to the Iso Rivolta, and from the Sunbeam Tiger all the way through to the unusual Unipower GT.

London Concours 2021 reveals full list of display cars

The Iconic British Designs class features some of the finest British automotive designs of all time celebrated alongside their designers. Think Spen King and the Range Rover, Peter Stevens and the XJR15 or Frank Stephenson and the McLaren 12C. 10 of the most celebrated of British designs will feature in what is possibly the most eclectic classes in the show with designs ranging from the ultra-compact original Mini to the elegant lines of the Aston Martin One-77.

London Concours 2021 reveals full list of display cars

When it comes to British designs, however, there is one that people cite more than any other. At this years’ London Concours there is a display dedicated to the Jaguar E-Type. This year marks the 60th anniversary of the unveiling of the E-Type, the start of a transformation from automotive icon to cultural phenomenon. Its popularity has never faltered, and the car is celebrated at London Concours this year with 11 of the finest examples. Ranging all the way from the early series one cars, through to series three and not forgetting the stunning low drag and lightweight coupes as well as the inimitable Group 44 race car.

London Concours 2021 reveals full list of display cars

Bringing the London Concours a touch more speed, the 200mph Club will celebrate the early pioneers and recent contenders from the world’s most famous manufacturers – that have broken the 200mph barrier. Once the holy grail of performance, the 200mph-mark still remains out of reach to all but the most exotic of vehicles. In this class we celebrate 10 legendary vehicles that have achieved the feat, from the Ferrari F40, F50, F60 and LaFerrari, through Lamborghinis and Bugattis old and new, as well as more modern metal such as the McLaren Senna.

London Concours 2021 reveals full list of display cars

The event this year is spilt over three days, extended from two in 2020. The first day will be a VIP preview day for car owners, VIP guests and media. The second day is style day, where the event shines a spotlight on the worlds of design, fashion and luxury. While the third day is supercar day where the event will welcome a collection of the latest performance innovators into the HAC. These will include the latest offerings from Bugatti, Ferrari, Lamborghini and many more, with these cars joining the collection of 70 vehicles already on display.

London Concours 2021 reveals full list of display cars

Supercar day sees the London Concours turn its attention to the very latest marvels of high-performance automotive endeavour: the Supercars. On Supercar Thursday, selected owners of up to 60 of the finest road cars will drive them into the private, hallowed grounds of the Honourable Artillery Company, and form a world-class display of supercars for London Concours visitors to marvel over.

London Concours 2021 reveals full list of display cars

Outside of the car displays, London Concours will also feature a number of pop-up luxury boutiques, including most notably that of Breguet as the Presenting Partner of the event. The company will bring to London Concours, a collection of its most rare vintage timepieces, freshly serviced and restored. Argent, Bell Sport & Classic, Everrati, Thornley Kelham, Nicholas Mee & Co, Rodin and JIA will also be showcasing their latest offerings at the event.

London Concours 2021 reveals full list of display cars

Billed as the ultimate luxury automotive garden party in the heart of the City, London Concours features a number of premium food and drink options, including cocktails and champagne by Veuve Cliquot. There are also a number of lunch and evening food options with cocktails for entertaining, from catering partner Searcys – for more information click here.

Tickets to the London Concours are available from, with a full day adult admission ticket costing £40, and concessions from £20.

London Concours Display List


  • Bugatti Chiron
  • Bugatti EB110 SS
  • Bugatti Veyron
  • Ferrari Enzo
  • Ferrari F40
  • Ferrari F50
  • Ferrari LaFerrari
  • Lamborghini Aventador SVJ
  • Lamborghini Diablo GT
  • McLaren Senna


  • Alfa Romeo Sprint Speciale
  • Alfa Romeo Giulia
  • De Tomaso Mangusta
  • Ferrari 250 GTE
  • Ferrari 250GT SWB Berlinetta ‘Comp ’61 Sefac Hot Rod’
  • Ferrari 275 GTB 6/C
  • Iso Grifo GL 365
  • Lamborghini Islero
  • Lancia Flaminia
  • Maserati 3500 GTi
  • Maserati Ghibli SS


  • Porsche 356 Pre-A Speedster
  • Porsche 356 T1A GS Carrera Coupe
  • Porsche 911 2.7 RS
  • Porsche 911 930 Turbo
  • Porsche 914/6
  • Porsche 924 Carrera GT
  • Porsche 928
  • Porsche 959
  • Porsche 997 GT3 RS 4 Litre
  • Porsche Carrera GT
  • Porsche Targa No. 1


  • Lotus Seven
  • Lotus Eleven
  • Lotus Type 14 Elite S2
  • Lotus Elan Drophead Elan Sprint
  • Lotus Europa
  • Lotus Turbo Esprit S3
  • Lotus Elite Riviera
  • Lotus Elan M100
  • Lotus Elise
  • Lotus Exige
  • Lotus Evora


  • AC Ace Ruddspeed, ex Adrian Hamilton
  • Austin Healey Frogeye Sprite
  • Bristol Fighter
  • Iso Rivolta
  • Jensen C-V8 MKIII
  • Packard 426 Boat Tail
  • Sunbeam Tiger
  • Tornado Talisman
  • Triumph TR3A
  • Unipower GT


  • 1941 Ford Coupe
  • 1948 Pontiac Fastback
  • 1950 Ford Coupe
  • 1950 Mercury ‘Planet Voodoo’ Kustom
  • 1951 Mercury Coupe
  • 1959 Chevrolet El Camino
  • 1962 Ford Thunderbird


  • Alpina B10 V8 S Touring
  • Audi RS2 Avant
  • Audi Sport Quattro
  • BMW E30 M3 Roberto Ravaglia Edition
  • E38 Alpina B12 5.7
  • Hartge H5
  • Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 Evo II
  • Mercedes 300CE widebody by Brabus
  • Mercedes 560SEC widebody by Koenig


  • Jaguar E-Type Series 1 FHC
  • Jaguar E-Type Series 1 DHC
  • Jaguar E-Type Series 2 FHC
  • Jaguar E-Type Series 2 DHC
  • Jaguar E-Type Series 3 FHC
  • Jaguar E-Type Series 3 DHC
  • Jaguar E-Type Series 3 2+2
  • Jaguar E-Type Lightweight
  • Jaguar E-Type Low Drag
  • Jaguar Lindner-Nocker Low-Drag Lightweight E-Type
  • Jaguar E-type Group 44 race car


  • Aston Martin One-77 (Marek Reichman)
  • Aston Martin Vanquish (Ian Callum)
  • Austin Mini (Alec Issigonis)
  • Jaguar E-Type Series 1 FHC (Malcolm Sayer)
  • Jaguar XJR15 (Peter Stevens)
  • LCC Rocket (Gordon Murray)
  • McLaren 12C (Frank Stephenson)
  • Morgan Aeromax (Matthew Humphries)
  • Range Rover (Charles Spencer-King)
  • Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe (Ian Cameron)


  • Ferrari Testarossa ‘Monodado’
  • Fiat 500
  • Jaguar Project 7
  • Jaguar Project 8
  • Jaguar XJC V12
  • Lamborghini Countach QV
  • Lamborghini Espada
  • Lotus Elan Sprint
  • 1979-1998 Dakar Winning Bike Collection
  • Honda CBX
  • Kawasaki H2 750 Triple


  • Ferrari 330 GTS

London Concours 2021 reveals full list of display cars

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