Over the years, Top Marques has become synonymous with cutting-edge technology and became a platform for major supercar players to showcase their exquisite and rare models to sophisticated buyers from all over the world. Taking place soon before the Monaco Grand Prix and during the Monte-Carlo Masters, this year's event wasn't an exception.
The 16th edition of Top Marques Monaco saw McLaren's next supercar and Aston Martin's 'Special Project', as well as Rolls-Royce's limited edition luxury grand tourer Wraith. Last but not least, guests had an opportunity to get a glimpse of Azaris, a new off-road prototype from Ferox equipped with six wheels – the one you would probably see on Mars.
From prominent independent supercar manufacturers such as Canada's Anibal Automotive, Italy's Militem, and Slovakia's Engler Automotive displaying their most current technological "gems" to the most recent Tesla and Audi e-tron cars with sophisticated eco-designs, visitors had a chance to see some supercars that would never be exhibited again. Besides, the best brands in the automotive sector like Ferrari, Bugatti, Bentley, Porsche and Lamborghini took part in a unique “red carpet”, showcasing their prestigious mechanical oeuvre to potential buyers.
Not without a reason, Salim Zeghdar, CEO of Monaco Check In, said at the press preview conference before the event, “It is going to be rich and unprecedented”. And it definitely was.
It's safe to say that the 5-day exclusive event, organized for the first time by Monaco Check-in in partnership with major sponsors led by Barclays Private Bank, Société de Bains de Mer (SBM), Direction du Tourisme et des Congrès and Mairie de Monaco, has successfully reaffirmed the Principality's status as an international luxury hub.