This event is considered one of the most extensive and representative for collectors and fans of classic cars. Sponsor of the event, the company BMW, this year, diversified the show with motorcycles.
Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este traditionally occurs in Italy on the shores of the glorious Lake Como. The event lasts for three days. Show, in fact, isn’t just an opportunity for collectors to share experiences or brag with theirs acquisitions. There is a competition in which the jury selects the show’s best cars in several categories. By the way, the grand prize, d’Oro Villa d’Este, was taken by 1933 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 GS and its owner David Cohen. This car you will see at the end of a photoset. Also, the show has always been a platform to introduce new products. So this time wasn’t an exception. Visitors and participants were able to take a look at the brand new BMW Zagato Coupe and Aston Martin Project 310 AM. These cars you’ll see in the beginning.