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Rarest supercars on display

We Are Nameless, are excited to be attending an automotive garden party in the heart of the City of London. London Concours has announced it will assemble a stunning array of super and hypercars to be displayed and London’s Honourable Artillery Company this summer with its class ‘The Pursuit of Speed’. The event takes place from June 28th to 30th at the capital’s most spectacular garden party.

Some of the spectacular cars on show will include;

Swedish hypercar, Koenigsegg’s Regera

Launched in 2016 as a refined, grand touring alternative to the focused, angry Agera, the Regera sports a 5.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8, supplemented by electric motors; it is the first plug-in hybrid Koenigsegg, with a claimed electric-only range of 22 miles.

Pagani Huayra Roadster

The coupe version was revealed in 2011 as a replacement for the long-serving Zonda, which had debuted back in 1998. Sculptural and extravagant, both inside and out - in typical Pagani fashion - in an age of increasingly homogenised performance machinery, the outlandish Huayra stood apart. The Roadster version arrived in 2017 with a roof that could be removed entirely, actually saving weight over the closed top version.

The Ferrari 488 Pista

The Pista was unveiled at the Geneva motor show in 2018, as the most extreme iteration of the all-conquering 488. It joined the long lineage of mid-engined V8, lightweight Ferraris that began with the 348 GT Competizione back in 1993, and included the delightful 360 Challenge Stradale of the noughties, and the screaming, naturally-aspirated 458 Speciale.

These stunning supercars, and many more besides, will be on display. Something to look forward to if you like expensive supercars!

Andrew Evans, Managing Director, London Concours, said: “Super and hypercars have always been central to the London Concours, which is now renowned for bringing the rarest, most spectacular machinery to the heart of London. With 2022’s exciting ‘Pursuit of Speed’ class, we will celebrate manufacturers’ ongoing quest for ultimate road-car performance. With a fantastic range of exotic machinery, June’s show is set to be the most spectacular yet.

“Away from the cars, guests to the Honourable Artillery Company will be treated to a decadent range of food and drink options, and a thoughtfully curated line-up of boutiques and luxury brands. London Concours 2022 is set to be another spectacular automotive summer garden party, and an occasion of total indulgence.”

Tickets are on sale now at, from £35

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