2019 Features

Aston Martin Zagato Celebration

Get set for a world-first display of one of every Aston Martin Zagato variant ever manufactured in celebration of Zagato’s Centenary. From the 1960 DB4 GT Zagato, right through to the Vanquish Zagato Coupé, Volante, Speedster and Shooting Brake, visitors will be able to browse 16 examples from one of the most famous creative partnerships in automotive history.

Bentley Centenary Display

In another Centenary celebration, Concours of Elegance will be marking 100 years of Bentley with a display of the most iconic Bentleys ever built. Among them is the first car to ever win Le Mans back-to-back – Speed Six ‘Old Number One’ – and the car fabled for racing Le Train Bleu across France with Woolf Barnato at the wheel, a Speed Six Gurney Nutting Coupé.

The Most Significant Ferrari Ever

The Concours of Elegance will welcome perhaps the most significant Ferrari in the world as part of a special 70th anniversary celebration of the 166MM Barchetta’s race victories at Le Mans, Spa and the Mille Miglia in 1949. Four of the most historically significant 166MM chassis, including the winners of all three races, will be in attendance.

Harry’s Garage – Two Decades of Pagani Zonda

When the Pagani Zonda burst onto the supercar scene 20 years ago, it caused quite a stir. The spaceship-like styling, mighty AMG-developed V12 and Ferrari-baiting performance rightly secured Pagani an instant position among the automotive elite. So successful was the Zonda that the last evolution was even built this year; 20 years after the car’s original introduction. At Concours of Elegance 2019, Harry’s Garage – curated by Harry Metcalfe – will bring together six of the most extraordinary Zondas.