Salon Privé Returns For Its 15th Consecutive Year


A much anticipated event in the automotive calendar, Salon Privé returned for yet another year at Blenheim Palace.

From 23rd- 26th September, the South Lawn of the Palace was inundated with the most prestigious super and classic cars from around the world. Visitors to the event were a mix of collectors, owners and enthusiasts, all eager to view some of the most expensive cars in automotive history. Despite the current challenges, for the 15th consecutive year, Salon Privé was able to raise its game by adhering to the ethos of ‘Coming Together, Keeping Apart’. The event was 45% larger in physical size than 2019, attracting a phenomenal 93 entries in the Concours d’Elégance by AXA.

For the first time, The Little Car Company were amongst the finest luxury brands exhibiting across the four days. On display was the Bugatti Baby II and the newest addition to The Little Car Company family – the Aston Martin DB5 Junior. Young fans of the brand were even treated to passenger rides in the DB5 Junior around the beautiful palace grounds, gathering much attention from visitors and exhibitors.

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