Every year the Salon Prive concours d’elegance brings some of the world’s most glamorous cars together at Blenheim Palace for the great, the good and the motoring press to admire. This year we sent Jim McGill along to explore the exotica and come up with some of his favourites ranging from wild modern supercars to restored classics and motorsport homages.
Inspired by the 1938 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B LM Coupé Berlinetta Aerodinamica this thoroughly modern Ferrari-based machine looks stunning and packs a 740bhp V12 under its long bonnet
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The Zenvo TSR-S is a street-legal race car with active aero. The Danish firm will only build five a year, price at €1.4 million but for that you get a 1,110bhp twin-turbo V8 capable of 0-62mph in 2.8 seconds and 0-124mph in 6.8.
Just 12 of these hand-build beauties will be made, and they're all sold already. Still, those lucky 12 will get a stunning open-top two-seater with carbon fibre panels, 5,000-year-old wood veneer and a 650bhp bi-turbo W12
Bentley's own example of one of its most famous race cars has just undergone a 12-month restoration to bring it back to its former glory. The 4.5-litre former Le Mans racer put everything else on the Bentley stand in the shade
The second-generation of the Goodwood Ghost promises to be the most technologically advance Rolls yet while demonstrating the brand's 'post-opulence' approach to understated luxury.
The Brabham name is closely linked to motorsport and Brabham Automotive's first car sticks close to that heritage. The BT62 is a lightweight track-only rear-wheel-drive beast with a 492bhp 5.4-litre naturally aspirated V8
Japan’s first fully electric hypercar, the £2.5m Aspark Owl, can cover 0-60mph 1.62 seconds thanks to four electric motors producing a total of 1,985bhp and 1475lb ft of torque. Top speed is a quoted 249mph and range is 280 miles
Got £2.75m to spare and fancy living out your James Bond fantasies? Step this way and into one of the 25 continuation cars being built by Aston, complete with pop-up bulletproof screen, smoke screen and revolving number plates
One of five McLaren Senna GTR LMs built to celebrate the brand's 1995 Le Mans win with the F1. Each car is finished in a livery replicating the racers which finished first, third, fourth, fifth and thirteenth at La Sarthe.