Beaulieu Supercar Weekend Embraces The Future With A Focus On The Evolution Of The EV
The Beaulieu Supercar Weekend is once again ready to wow visitors with a selection of over 750 stunning supercars in the grounds of the National Motor Museum in the UK. New for this year will be the EV Evolution feature, which will pay tribute to the new generation of hyper-fast EVs as well as trace the timeline of the modern era of plug-in powered vehicles from the humble Sinclair C5 and Toyota Prius through to the latest Audi e-tron and Jaguar I-PACE models.
There will also be plenty of old-school thrills too, from the Prestige and Hypercar displays showcasing both modern classics like the Ferrari F40 and Jaguar XJ220 to the latest mega-horsepower machines such as the Bugatti Veyron and Ferrari LaFerrari. Supercar sound-offs judging the best exhaust note and demonstration runs on Beaulieu’s Chestnut Avenue will allow show-goers to see and hear these cars in action too.
A number of car clubs will be putting on some special displays with the Aston Martin Owners Club celebrating 25 years of the DB7 and Club Marcos International, marking 60 years since the inception of the brand. There will be 60 vehicles on display from the McLaren Owners UK club and manufacturers will also be on hand to show off their latest and greatest offerings. The Beaulieu Supercar Weekend will be taking place 3-4 August, and event tickets include access to the National Motor Museum as well as to the 13th century Beaulieu Abbey. You can visit the website for tickets and further details.
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