On your (Top) Marquis – the supercar show is back


One hundred exhibitors from all over the world show off their jewelery on wheels.

Calling all lovers of exclusive cars and new technologies. In 2022, Top Marques, the exhibition where everything is for sale, returns after being postponed twice due to Covid.

More than 110 legendary and rare cars will be on display at the Grimaldi Forum from June 8-12. Among them are James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5, a unique model with all the accessories from the film, for sale worldwide for the modest amount of 3 million euros, brands such as Bugatti, Ferrari and Bentley as well as others less known to the general public such as Dallara or Pambuffetti.

The 17th edition showcases iconic classic cars from the 1950s to the 1990s. You can discover or rediscover the Lamborghini Miura, former F1 racing cars, as well as vehicles from Prince Albert II’s private collection.

No fewer than 10 global and 3 European launches take place at this event. An ideal opportunity to buy new vehicles exclusively.

15 motorcycles, three aircraft, two boats, some cars, flying motorcycles and a curiosity, an electric surfboard designed by Maison Lagerfeld, will contribute to the exceptional diversity of the show.

All vehicles on display are for sale, with the exception of some unique models and those from the Prince’s private collection.

If you’re in the mood, you can expand your supercar collection on Wednesday, June 8 from 8pm. There will be an exclusive VIP night for €250 per head where you can get a taste of all the items for sale.

The show itself opens on June 9 at noon, after the official launch of the new edition by the Prince. Tickets are available for €75 on the first two days and €45 on Saturday and Sunday.

GMK, the famous influencer, will be there and you can even get an autograph and a photo on his booth. Rumor has it that one of his cars could be on display and visitors can sign the bodywork.

More info and ticket reservations – For every ticket sold, €1 will be donated to Monaco Disease Power

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