For 2017, Concorso Italiano which takes place on Saturday between The Quail and Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance offered enthusiasts a wide ranging display of both Ferrari and Lamborghini, as well as Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Fiat, and Lancia spread across the Black Horse Golf Course in Seaside. Though, the vast majority consisted of Ferraris, which came as no surprise as the automaker is celebrating it’s 70th anniversary this year.
Unique standouts included a two million dollar Lamborghini Centenario, in addition, a concept car designed by former Pininfarina executive, Ken Okuyama. Dubbed the Kode-O, the stunning aggressively angled Ken Okuyama designed supercar is based of off a Lamborghini Aventador. A large row of Abarth Fiats, a speed boat, and a large collection of motorcycles offered a unique diversification to the show.
Other highlights of Concorso Italiano, were a Fashion Show, casual picnic lunches across the golf course, and an interview with Automotive Designer Pete Brock, who is particularly well regarded for his work on the Shelby Daytona Cobra Coupe and Corvette Sting Ray.
For more information on Concorso Italiano please visit: www.concorso.com