23 April 2019 - 15h55
The famous salon dedicated to the luxury automobile has a new look after its purchase by Monaco Check-in. This new edition (from May 30 to June 3) focused on supercars and hypercars has many surprises, including the exceptional sale of two unique pieces of four million euros: a supercar and a watch.
Never seen. Often a signature watch is associated with the sale of a car. For this edition of Top Marques, Rebellion Timepieces, sponsor of the event, will do the opposite and propose two exceptional pieces whose sale represents four million euros. The Rebellion R-One LMP1-P racecar – the winner of the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2016, as well as six FIA World Endurance Championship trophies – will be associated with the Magnum 540 Grand Tourbillon Saphir. sapphire box has a work of 47 600 minutes of diamond milling, or 99 days, to extract the eight elements that make up its case cut sapphire blocks. A unique bet in the Swiss Haute Horlogerie industry. “This is a world first for us! The person who buys the duo will also be invited to test and take control of their car with the race drivers who have won Le Mans. The lucky buyer will also be invited as a VIP by the Rebellion team to all races of the FIA World Endurance Championship for the next season. It’s just magical, and I’m very happy to have at my side Rebellion“, said Salim Zeghdar, new ceo of the event.
But that’s not all ! This edition will also unveil three world premieres, the Mclaren Grand Tourer whose information will be presented at the show, the Ferox Azaris, six-wheeled vehicle powered by four electric motors and the Zacaria, the first F1 vehicle approved for the road. Note also the participation of emblematic brands such as Pagani, Ferrari, Bugatti, Bentley …
Other highlights of the event, the presentation of vehicles, boats and electric bikes and the exposure of a supercar that rolls in salt water!
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