The Ultimate Collection Of Supercars

Posted on: 10 July 2008 by Gareth Hargreaves

Enjoy the ultra-exclusive Ultimate Collection at The British International Motor Show 2008.

Every visitor to the British International Motor Show can expect to view a wide selection of the most expensive and most luxurious vehicles on display in the Heritage Enclosure and Ultimate Collection Public Gallery.

For a limited number of Show-goers the experience will be all the more special, as the event’s organisers have released a limited number of tickets granting access to the ultra-exclusive ‘Ultimate Collection’.

Housed in a private, gallery-style display area above the main Show halls at the ExCeL, the Ultimate Collection will offer unhindered access to some of the world’s most desirable supercars.

Brands such as Ferrari, Pagani, Koenigsegg and Spyker, with a combined value of over £5 million will all be on display.

Nowhere else in the UK can you get so close to such a stunning array of exclusive supercars.

From a Pagani Zonda F worth over £250,000 to the 245mph Koenigsegg CCX-R Edition that is capable of hitting 62mph in 3.2 seconds, the collection will have something to thrill every visitor.

Other highlights will include the McLaren SLR, current holder of the London Land Speed Record, and a duo of Maserati cars from the iconic Italian firm.

High-quality hospitality will be provided to enhance the experience. Presentations of exquisite goods from non-automotive luxury brands, such as Breitling, Panerai, Hiscox and Maurice Sedwell will accompany the cars.

To intensify the atmosphere and illustrate the power and performance of the models, breathtaking footage of the supercars in action will run alongside the displays.

The Ultimate Collection is priced from £99, which also includes entry to the main areas of the Motor Show. Tickets are available now by calling 020 8233 5878 or from

For more information about the British International Motor Show at ExCel in London’s Docklands or to book tickets visit or call 0871 230 5588.

Adult tickets start at just £10 and children’s tickets from £6. Family tickets cost from £25, while group tickets start at £8.

The show opens on 23rd July and runs until 3rd August.

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