Top Marques Monaco

The supercar show of superlatives

The 18th edition of Monaco’s very own supercar show will exhibit more than 150 of the most exotic supercars from yesterday, today, and tomorrow – all of which are for sale.

QUANTiNO twentyfive by nanoFlowcell is a unique battery-less EV which uses bi-ION technology to generate electricity.

Described by The New York Times as «the most exclusive car show in the world”, the reputation of Monaco’s Top Marques supercar event is growing exponentially year on year. Recent editions have incited favorable headlines such as “the show of excess” (M6 Turbo), “supercar heaven” ( and “the car show like no other” (Le Point).  
So, what is all the fuss about? This year’s event, from June 7 to 11 at the Grimaldi Forum, will open with a VIP Avant-premier Cocktail for guests who with have the opportunity to marvel at – and buy – more than 150 luxury vehicles on display. 

Boutsen Classic Car will present iconic classic cars like this Mercedes Pagode in the ‘Classic Car’ hall.

Amongst the supercars lined-up for the 18th edition are the latest models by iconic brands such as Ferrari, McLaren, Bugatti, Maserati, and Aston Martin. There will also be rare gems from specialist car manufacturers who come from all over the globe to showcase their unique vehicles. Cue the Quarkus P2, a road legal sports car like no other with a 550kg chassis, designed by French newcomer Quarkus. The Italian brand Dallara will be present with its ‘IR8 Tribute’ Dallara Stradale whilst Picasso Automotive will be returning from Switzerland with its high-performing supercar.

The MH2 by Matador Group Is a concept car powered by hydrogen fuel cells.

The event, held under the High Patronage of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco, also shines the spotlight on ecological advances in the supercar sector. This year, environmentally friendly exhibitors include the Matador Group with its MH2, a concept supercar powered by hydrogen fuel cells. NanoFlowcell will also be present with its QUANTiNO twentyfive, a unique battery-less EV which uses bi-ION technology to generate electricity. At the other end of the spectrum, more than 60 of the rarest sportscars from the 1950s to the 1960s will be exhibited in the ‘Classic Car’ hall, all of which are for sale.