The 14th edition of Top Marques Monaco, billed « the most exclusive show in the world », will take place at the Grimaldi Forum, from the 20th to the 23rd of April 2017.Opening Hours: From Thursday to Saturday: 10 AM - 8PMSunday: 10 AM - 7PM
The program is hugely exciting, with no fewer than seven world premieres focusing on innovation and the transport of tomorrow :
• Four supercar World Premieres: the DONKERVOORT G8 RTO, the C10 from CALAFIORE, the Charlotte Edition of Asfané by FRANGIVENTO and an as yet undisclosed Grand Tourer from DAVID BROWN AUTOMOTIVE
• The World Premiere of the famous diamond dealer Jean Boulle, who will reveal on the Esplanade of the Grimaldi Forum a Bentley Azure, entirely painted with 2 millions diamonds.
• The World Premiere of AEROMOBIL's newest model of a flying supercar, which will be unveiled at the inauguration of TOP MARQUES.
• The World Premiere of the PAL V Liberty, the world's first commercial flying car with a retractable rotor - which will be for sale at the show
• The World Premiere of the show's largest ever luxury exhibitor - Silver Muse by SILVERSEA, a 40, 700 ton giant.
• The launch of one of the world's fastest drones by Monaco innovators MC-CLIC, capable of flying 30 metres per second
• The Dendrobium by VANDA ELECTRICS, a two-seater all-electric concept supercar with a target top speed in excess of 322 kmph
• Monaco's own VENTURI E-formula team, with guest appearances by drivers Stéphane Sarrazin and Maro Engel
• More than 20 cars available for test drives on the F1 track featuring famous corners such as Tabac and Rascasse
• Top watch brands including FRANCK MULLER, GREUBEL FORSEY, ATELIER DEMONACO, ARNOLD AND SON, URWERK as well as more than a dozen haute jewellery brands • Six superboats including the K7 KORMARAN, transformer of the waves with six boats in one, and the latest boys toys from LUXURY WATER TOYS
• An unprecedented collection of art including a ‘Pop-up' gallery by LAURENT STROUK in Paris, an exhibition by French artist RICHARD ORLINSKI and works by British sculptor PAUL DAY, whose memorial dedicated to British soldiers was recently unveiled by Queen Elizabeth II in London