The first show room of luxury cars in Spain has opened this past Thursday in Marbella; an exhibition of exclusive cars and Formula 1 which will be open until Sunday at the Palace of Exhibitions and Conferences under the title ‘I Luxury Motor Marbella’.
It is a unique occasion where lovers of four-wheel vehicles and motorcycles can see high-end classics, sports cars and Formula 1, among which there are brands like Ferrari, Rolls Royce, Lamborghini, BMW, Alfa Romeo, Lotus, Jaguar, Mercedes or Viter.
It is not a typical auto show because its character is merely expository and not economic, as it is not an event where attend specialized companies to exchange contacts and do business.
One of these specimens is the Ferrari Formula 1 412 T2, piloted by Jean Alexi in 1995 a 3.5 liters which is the last model made with V12 or 12-cylinder with 850 horsepower of power.
Another new feature that is presented in the show is the BMW M1, the first piece of its kind to come to Spain, of 340 horsepower and a typical physiognomy.
The star of the show is a Koenigsegg CCXR Edition, a special limited edition of which there are only six cars in the world, of which this is the only model with sequential automatic gearbox F1 with acceleration from 0-100 kph in 3.2 seconds and top speed of 400 kilometers an hour. This star car is valued at a million and a half Euros.
It also presents a private collection of ten sports Ferrari, part of Magna Marbella, which includes 80 percent of the models made so far since the 70’s until 2003.
There will be also the Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza, which gives rise to the Ferrari brand and is the most legendary racing car in automotive history.
In order to make visitors experience the sensations in such a car, has been arranged a KTMX-BOX, a two-seater sports with monitor for journeys to Puerto Banus at an affordable price.
On Saturday there is a sports car caravan led by Ferrrari Association, which will tour the city centre and where everyone with a car of similar characteristics may join and participate in the exhibition.