Top Marques is returning to Monaco after two years of absence with more supercars than ever and a brand-new section for iconic classic cars – all of which are for sale.

More than 100 vehicles – including never seen before supercars, motorbikes, superboats and revolutionary prototypes – will be showcased at the Monaco show being held at the Grimaldi Forum from June 8 – 12 2022.

Among the supercars to be unveiled by H.S.H Prince Albert II of Monaco at the Official Inauguration is the Deus Vayanne, an electric hypercar by Deus Automobiles, Italdesign and Williams Advanced Engineering. The hypercar (pictured above) was recently seen for the first time in New York and will make its European debut at Top Marques alongside the Aspark Owl, an electric supercar from Japan distributed in Europe by Absolut Cars Consulting and the Pininfarina Battista, an Italian electric supercar distributed in Monaco by the Monaco Luxury group.

Meanwhile, in its flourishing ‘Innovation’ area, visitors can see not one but three revolutionary flying vehicles for the first time: the Jetson Aero One, a one-man electric helicopter (pictured below); the Xturismo, a flying motorbike from Japan; and a fiercely guarded secret project from Monaco’s own McClic.  

For classic car aficionadas more than 40 of the most iconic sports cars from the 50s to the 90S await them in the Classic Car Hall, including the last available Aston Martin DB5 from the DB5 Goldfinger Continuation. Produced in only 25 examples, the legendary car to be exhibited by Aston Martin Monaco has all the gadgets found in the original model including machine guns, rotating license plates and a smoke screen projection.  

The new classic car venture has been developed in partnership with Boutsen Classic Cars, a brokerage company founded by former Formula 1 driver Thierry Boutsen, and Retromobile.

More information to be updated shortly! 

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