London held its newest car event, the 2017 City Concours on the lawns of the Honourable Royal Artillery Company last week for two days, and gave visitors a spectacular display of the most incredible set of wheels. The event featured 80 of the world’s most exciting cars, from Le Mans racers via American muscle cars to alternative-power vehicles, modern bespoke creations and supercars from the 1950s to the present. The London Concours introduced a ‘Modern Bespoke’ class for the first time at a Concours event, featuring hand-built examples of icons like the Porsche 911 re-imaged by Singer and the Eagle E-Type low drag Coupe, professionally built resto-mods with exceptional attention to detail. Other highlights included Jaguar XKSS, a Le Mans racing fugitive adapted for the road and driven by Hollywood’s most iconic stars like Steve McQueen, and a black Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing with a contrasting cream interior. Other more contemporary mean machines like the LaFerrari, Porsche 918 and McLaren P1 were also on display, providing insight into the differing approach of each of the super car manufacturers and their design and technological prowess.