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22 Mar 2024

911 Turbo Celebrations at Salon Privé

Three Days of Supercar Celebrations at Salon Privé London  

Supercars will be out in force at Salon Privé London with three special themed celebrations for each day of the event, which returns on 18-20 April 2024 at the exclusive Royal Hospital Chelsea. The exclusive Porsche Day, McLaren Masters and Supercar Saturday will all have blockbuster entries.
Porsche Day on Thursday, 18 April will kickstart the first of the three themed days and will celebrate 50 years of the Porsche 911 Turbo. In what is the first display of its kind in the UK, and with help from Porsche Club members, a full 50 Porsche 911 Turbos will be presented on the lawns of Royal Hospital Chelsea, including some very rare and limited-edition Turbo models.

One of the stars of the show will be an ultra-rare Porsche 911 964 Turbo S Leichtbau. This was the first ever lightweight Turbo to be produced by Porsche and is one of only 11 in right-hand drive. From a private collection, the Salon Privé London display model is chassis number 86, and incredibly has covered only 260 recorded miles from new. In stunning Grand Prix White with Flamenco Red interior, purple wheel centres and gold brake calipers, it is one model not to be missed on Porsche Day.
Supercar Saturday on Saturday 20 April will see fun for all the family with Salon Privé London welcoming the exclusive SCC private members supercar club. The enthusiastic owners are planning to show a tantalising gathering of 50 incredible SCC supercars in a unique parade on the Royal Hospital Chelsea lawns. Supercars already confirmed include a Porsche 918 Spyder, McLaren Artura, Ferrari F12 tdf, Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS and a Koenigsegg CCR.

With more cars being confirmed all the time, guests are guaranteed to be wowed on Supercar Saturday.

“This year, we have an unbelievable trio of special themed days to really bring Salon Privé London alive,” said director David Bagley. “We will be the first event in the world to celebrate 50 years of the famous Porsche 911 Turbo, and I’m delighted that an ultra-rare right-hand drive Lightweight will be one of the stars of the show.

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