Spectacular 10th anniversary showcase planned for Concours of Elegance 2022
The most remarkable cars from each previous event will reunite to create the greatest ever line-up of vehicles ever seen in the UK
Event will be joined by a special feature of 70 cars, celebrating 70 individual years of Her Majesty The Queen’s reign
Royal heritage is celebrated with an official display of the Royal Household vehicles, alongside royal cars gathered from all over the world
In honour of Her Majesty’s 70th Celebration we will increase the main Concours line to 70 cars for 2022
With a full line-up of the world’s rarest cars and a collection of luxury partners more impressive than ever at Concours of Elegance 2021, attention is turning to the event’s 10th anniversary in 2022. Already, spectacular plans are underway to celebrate Her Majesty The Queen’s 70th year as monarch and our important milestone.
In 2012, the Concours of Elegance was born, with an event that transformed the collector car landscape in the UK. Never before had there been a concours d’elegance with the calibre of venue and quality of automotive displays to sit shoulder-to-shoulder with the likes of Concorso d’Eleganza at Villa d’Este or the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Ever since its debut, The Concours of Elegance has had an association with Royal Palaces and the Jewels of the car world.
In 2022, The Concours of Elegance evolves once more. Returning to Hampton Court Palace’s Fountain Gardens, where it has been held since 2017, it will be a reunion of all of the finest cars to ever grace the event. Each of the winners from 2012 through to 2021 will be invited and in honour of our Patron will be called The Prince Michael of Kent Class.
Alongside them will be many of the stars of the 2012 event. Our Steering Committee of motoring experts, who each year handpick cars to be invited to the Concours of Elegance, will each invite their personal favourite from across the years to return once more.
In homage to its royal roots, with the patronage of HRH Prince Michael of Kent, and its unique royal palace venues, the Concours of Elegance will be showcasing a number of the Royal cars for official display. What’s more, royal vehicles from all over the world, past and present, will be invited to attend, including the famous Rolls-Royces of the Maharajahs. And in the year of Her Majesty The Queen’s 70th year as monarch, a unique display will be curated to showcase one example of automotive endeavour and innovation from each year of her reign.
The Concours of Elegance’s traditional feature displays, including The Club Trophy – for the UK’s finest car club concours winners – and the Junior Concours will be joined by a new 40UNDER40 feature, welcoming forty cars from a younger generation of enthusiast under 40 years old.
Away from the automotive displays, Concours of Elegance will continue to be a showcase for the finest luxury brands in the world, with Presenting Partner A. Lange & Söhne already committed to returning in 2022, alongside the Peninsula London Hotel and Chubb Insurance.
The Concours of Elegance 2022 will take place at Hampton Court Palace from the 2nd-4th September. Tickets and further details will be announced towards the end of 2021.