, 2023-01-19 10:23:28,
Two exotic car collections will be displayed during the event.
One of the stands will be allocated to Automobiles Etcetera, a high-end dealership.
Highlights include a Bugatti Chiron, a Ferrari 250 GT Lusso, and a Porsche Singer DLS.
Faced with declining attendance and fewer participating automakers, car shows are trying hard to attract the public.
This is also true of the Montreal Auto Show, back in 2023 after a two-year hiatus mandated by the pandemic.
To compensate for the reduced size of the event, which now fits into one floor of the Palais des Congrès instead of three, the show’s organizers have put together the largest display of exotic cars in its history.
Indeed, over twenty exotic and classic cars will be shown on two stands of the show. One of the stands will be dedicated to Luc Poirier’s collection, and the other will be occupied by Automobiles Etcetera, a high-end dealership in Montreal.
Here’s what you will see at this second stand:
The Bugatti Chiron is the current “regular” model from Bugatti, but it is anything but ordinary. Power comes from a quad-turbo V16 engine and its production is limited to 500 units for the whole world, each of which costs at minimum close to $4 million.
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