Returning for its seventh edition, the event will take place at the Honourable Artillery Company in central London on 6-8 June 2023.
Expect a stunning selection of Raging Bulls bookended by the firm’s first production model, the 350GT, and the Aventador, the car that defined Lamborghini during the 2010s.
The display will also feature examples of the game-changing Miura.
The Gandini-penned supercar ruffled feathers in Maranello when it was introduced in 1966 because of its sleek design and the potent 3.9-litre V12 bolted behind the driver.
It will be joined by the quintessential ’70s supercar: the Lamborghini Countach. More than 50 years have passed since the wedge-shaped machine was first revealed, but its eye-catching design still garners plenty of attention today.
Lamborghini’s classic V12s will be joined by their younger siblings, too, such as the ’90s Diablo and 21st century Murciélago.
Displays at this year’s London Concours will change daily. Organisers have already announced a showcase of 50 race-inspired Porsche RS models for Wednesday 7 June.
They will be joined by concours classes such as Roadgoing Race Cars, Les Grands Tourisme, Evolution of Aero and The Cars that Built Land-Rover.
“We’re delighted to be marking Lamborghini’s 60th anniversary in our latest edition, with what is going to be a landmark display,” said Andrew Evans, London Concours Director.
“High-performance, real design flair and glamour are all central to the appeal of the Lamborghini brand – values we have a rich tradition of celebrating in some style at our events.”
London Concours returns on 6-8 June 2023 to the Honourable Artillery Company, situated between Liverpool Street and Moorgate stations.
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