A sneak peek at the latest machines to be showcased in the magnificent rotunda of the Pall Mall clubhouse.
Lamborghini 400 GT 2 + 2 Reg. No. SLF 403F; Chassis No. 1150 1967
With 21C, here meaning 21st century, Czinger has created a hypercar that tests the limits of modern day technologies.
The Alvis company in just a few years acquired the reputation for designing high performance ‘fast tourers’.
The Brabham BT44B is regarded as one of the most iconic Formula 1 cars of the 1970s.
The Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team’s 2020 livery is formally unveiled alongside the Team’s new partnership with INEOS
The name ‘Ulster’ was first used to describe the two-seater racing version of the ‘Mark II’ after the 1934 TT race.
The Bugatti Type 55 in its day was a much-coveted automotive jewel - the most stylish glitterati aspired to the Bugatti.
This A30 was built by Jordan Racing for Mike & Andrew Jordan to compete against other A30s and A35s at the 2016 Goodwood Revival.
Displayed was a Morris Mini Cooper S (1965) 2019 HERO/RAC Rally of the Tests Winner and Sir Stirling Moss' Maserati O.S.C.A.
Ferruccio Lamborghini assembled an enviable design team and opened his factory doors in 1963.
This car emerged from a meticulous restoration over two years in 2015 at the hands of Aurelia specialist Peter Harding.
Celebrating 60 years since Aston Martin's famous Le Mans victories of 1959, 24 DBS 59 were commissioned by Aston Martin.
This early motor car is believed to be a prototype built by the found of the Royal Automobile Club, Frederick Simms.
These bikes were displayed in celebration of Zef Eisenberg winning the 2019 Simms Medal for his ‘multiple speed records'.
The new 19C-1E lead the way as the industry’s first electric mini excavator. It can do a full day’s work on a single charge.
One of the most successful Formula 1 cars of all time, the Tyrrell 003 helped Sir Jackie Stewart to his 1971 World Championship.
The chassis was prepared by the Alvis Works as a show chassis and exhibited at the Paris and Scottish Motor Shows in 1935.
The 2019 winner of the Club Trophy at the Concours of Elegance, its first owner was an Argentinian horse-breeder.
‘The car was bought from Sargeants [car dealership] of Goudhurst on the 8th August 1998 by its fourth owner.
For the Club's Annual Motorcycling Dinner, a Paton S1-R Lightweight and a Kawasaki LCR Sidecar were on display.
The first prototype of the Giulietta SS was revealed at the 1957 Turin Motor Show with the production version unveiled in '59.
Production years of the classic Bentley Continental R were between 1992 and 2003.
This Ferrari sports racing car has lived a number of lives, initially as a Ferrari works-entered 290 MM model during 1956.
One of only two twin supercharged Single Seater race cars built by Frazer Nash in 1935, this car was made to the order of Adria...
This bespoke Jaguar XK120 restoration was commissioned by renowned British male model and life-long Jaguar enthusiast David Gandy.
A truly spectacular example of these wonderfully elegant ‘slope back’ Bentley Continentals with coachwork by H.J. Mulliner.
The Rothschild Sedanca has won many major concours d’elegance awards, including the Montagu Trophy at Pebble Beach.
The second great car that Bentley produced (after the 3-Litre of 1921) was the Bentley 6½-Litre which appeared in 1926.
The 4.5 Litre 'Bluebell' was completed in March 1929 and has one of the longest competition histories of any cars known to
at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in 2006
A HWM Single-seater Alta F2 (1951) and a HWM-Jaguar, VPA 8 (1954) were displayed to celebrate the launch of a new HWM volu
By the 1960s, French racing pedigree was due a renewal after the success of Bugatti, Talbot-Lago and Gordini in previous decades.
Only 57 'Bamford and Martin' Aston Martins were made in total. At full capacity, just one car per week rolled off the line.
A trio of MINIs were displayed on the week the Club celebrated the 50th birthday of the British cult-classic 'The Italian Job'.
The sports car market was never quite the same after the Jaguar E-type took the world by storm at the 1961 Geneva Motor Sh
To celebrate our evening with Gordon Murray we displayed two of his designs in our rotunda; the Brabham BT44B and the IGM-
BE 22207 originally belonged to a wealthy trader from Egypt who loved beautiful cars but loved the Gstaad Palace above all
Bentley 4 and 1/4 litre cars were manufactured at the Derby works from 1936-39. In all 1,241 cars were made.
The Bugatti Type 57S or 'Atlantic' was one of the most admired motor cars of its age.
Chassis number XF3520 was delivered to its first owner, Frank Bone of Littlewick near Maidenhead in November 1930.
Red Bull Racing’s RB6 was driven by Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber during the 2010 Formula 1 World Championship.
This Porsche 911 Carrera RS 3-litre car is the third Tuthill-prepared Porsche East African Safari Classic Rally winner.
The MGB GT is constructed with a chassis-less, unitary bodyshell with built-in box members.
According to factory records, 23-S-113 was originally sold in March 1964 to Chris Williams, of Chris Williams Ltd.
Atalanta Motor Cars hand-build British sportscars from scratch that are true to original Atalanta 1930 designs.
At 3.15pm on May 4, history will be made as 18 of the world's best female drivers line up for the first ever W Series race
The Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale was designed by the great Florentine stylist Franco Scaglione.
The Penske PC23 was designed by Nigel Bennett of Penske Cars Ltd in Poole, Dorset.
A well-known AC Cobra, '13 COB' enjoyed numerous race successes in the late-1970s and 1980s.
The Rich Energy Haas Formula 1 team launched their new livery in the rotunda, joined by its two drivers for the season.
Ian Wright built his 'Indy no.1 ' trials car in 1975 at the age of 16 and called it the ‘Wrightone’. The Cannon car was fi
Only 329 of these hand-crafted bodies on a TR3A chassis were ever built and it became known as the Triumph 'Italia 2000 Co
Chassis no. LM1345Engine no. LM1342Engine size: 2998 cc, bhp 86@3500 rpmTop speed: 95+ mph Fuel consumption: 18 mpgCoachbu
This car was ordered from Aston Martin Sales Limited by W.G. Haydon-Baillie, Esq. in March 1988
The engine type is 911/83 and is the same Bosch mechanical fuel injection of the 1973 Carrera RS giving the car 210 bhp.
One of the most influential designs of recent decades, the Audi Quattro brought four-wheel drive into the motoring mainstr
The 370th Jaguar XJ6 4.2 litre RHD car to be made, it was Sir WIlliam Lyons' personal transport for the first 2 years of i
The 3 & 1/2 litre Bentley was peerless in its time for combining the attributes of a high performance sports car with good spri...
Just as the Jaguar XJ6—Series 1 car displayed previously in the rotunda was described at the time as a pinnacle in design and e...
This luxurious 4-seater GT model of the Espada was the most widely sold of 'classic' Lamborghinis.
This horseless carriage really dates from the earliest of motoring times.
LFS18 is Loughborough University’s current Formula Student race vehicle.
Holding a unique place in British motor manufacturing history, this was the first ever production Land Rover.
One of 24 built, this 1957 model was upgraded to an 'Alvis Special' in April of 1958.
The Alvis Speed 25 is posited in many motoring quarters as the finest of all pre-war Alvis models. The Speed 25 is a great
The Aston Martin DB6, Marks 1 and 2, was manufactured between 1965 and 1970, at the time the longest production of any AM
This DB4 GT Continuation was hand-built at the Aston Martin Works, Newport Pagnell in 2018.
Feast your eyes upon the only two 1934 Donald Healey Alfa Romeo 8C-inspired Triumph Dolomites in existence.
To celebrate two iconic British marques, Aston Martin Cambridge recently commissioned a limited edition 'Vanquish S Red A
Regarded as an all-time classic sports car, the muscular Cobra succeeded in capturing the hearts of enthusiasts like few o
Driven by Mark Higgins in 2016, the Impreza recorded the fastest laptime of the TT Mountain Course, averaging a speed of 1
This is the Fittipaldi EF7 Vision Gran Turismo by Pininfarina, inspired by Formula 1 racing legend and Indy 500 champion,
The 1981 Formula 1 World Championship heralded the arrival of the McLaren MP4/1.
The ARV6 is the ultimate race-prepared Morgan. Based on the 3.7 litre V6 Roadster, the ARV6 pushes what is possible from a Morgan.
Developed from the pre-war BMW 326/327/328, the Bristol 400 story started with four pre-production prototypes, two saloons and ...
The Norbert Singer designed Porsche 962C developed out of the Porsche 956 racing car and was a dominant force in sportscar raci...
Produced in 1965, chassis number BA4 0106 is distinctive in that, of all the models, it is the only right-hand-drive example.
This 1952 Mercedes 220A Convertible was restored and painted in Los Angeles.
Developed from a pre-war BMW, the Bristol 400 story started with four prototypes, two saloons and two drophead convertibles.
Represented the height of sophistication, speed and style, allowing the normally chauffeured classes an alternative.
A display of Jim Clark's Lotus Elan, Type 26 and the Team Lotus Type 25 1962 - extraordinary machines driven by an extraordinar...
The Frazer Nash Emeryson is a pre-war special closely based on a Frazer Nash TT Replica. It is one of the early cars built by P...
The Vantage GT8 is a driver-focused, track-orientated version of Aston Martin's most successful Vantage model. Weighing 10
The 30-98 was manufactured between 1913 and 1927, with the best-known configuration being the Velox 4-seater open tourer.
After the Ducati Marlboro Team’s successful debut in the MotorGP World Championship the previous year, Ducati returned in 2004 ...
1 has been raced extensively since the mid 1960s, most recently taking part in the 2017 Goodwood Revival.
A Group Tom Walkinshaw Racing Rover Vitesse built in January 1986 with chassis Number 019.
Launched in May 1939, there were some cosmetic changes between the TB and the TA, most notably in changes to wheel design. The...
There can be few individual cars that have had so much influence on British motor sport as this particular Jaguar XK120.
This Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 was born in 1939 on the cusp of WWII, and continued in production through the troubled times until
Chassis no. 50006 is the sixth example of the second-series wide-body cars, stamped with the number 46.
Powered by the race-proven Ford 1.6L EcoBoost engine and with a carbon-fibre monocoque chassis.
This is one of just two Derby Bentleys to be ordered with this rare and elegant Vanden Plas coachwork.
The Tipo 6C 1750 arrived in 1929 as a single-cam Turismo and twin-cam Sport version. It was an exciting, fast touring car, com...
There can be few individual cars that have had so much influence on British motor sport as this particular Jaguar XK120.
Audi updated their R15 in 2010 creating the R15 Plus following the regulation changes which came in the same year.
Posited as 'The Most Beautiful Ferrari?' by Cavallino, the Nemo Ferrari Spider inspired the creation of 10 275 GTB Spiders.
A compact, aluminium-bodied coupe of striking appearance, the Pininfarina-styled Dino was powered by a 2.0 litre, four -cam V6.
This Subaru Impreza Group A rally car was driven to victory by Colin McRae in the 1996 Rallye Catalunya.
Only seven of these Spyders can be commissioned, each being individually tailored to the choice of its customer.
MG Metro 6R4 Group B World Rally Car C870 EUD as driven by Tony Pond on the 1986 Monte Carlo Rally.
A fearless design philosophy has led to the DB11’s iconic looks, while familiar elements have evolved such as the iconic radiat...
Chassis Z11327 was manufactured early in 1935 and was fitted with an ST44 saloon body.
The 1936 Bentley Pacey-Hassan is the epitome of that rare breed of fast, powerful racing Bentleys.
The Brabham-Repco BT24 was a Formula 1 racing car and was one of three cars used by the Brabham racing team.
The car that steered James Hunt to the title was a McLaren M23, designed by Gordon Coppuck.
Chassis 60 (564) is a very rare early pre-production Jaguar E-type.
Bullet is Bristol Car's celebration of 70 years of sophisticated luxury motoring.
Aston Martin introduced the Vanquish model at the Geneva Motor Show in 2001.
A six cylinder model of 3.7 litres which completed the Peking to Paris Endurance Rally earlier this summer.
The Challenge is a 4.5 litre, V8 track-only race car producing 620 bhp.
Shortly after Ford's purchase of Aston Martin Lagonda in 1987, work began on a new 'Small Aston' GT car to take over.