Supercar Fans Flock To Top Marques Macau

By Paul Joseph

Top Marques, billed as the world’s only “live” supercar show, came to an end in Macau yesterday – the first time the Chinese city had hosted the event.

Normally taking place in Monaco every April, the four-day event made its Asian debut last week where it showcased some of the world’s most expensive and sought-after supercars.

Amongst the car brands attending the event were Shelby Supercars, Audi, Bugatti, Ferrari, Fisker, Garia, GTA Motor, Jaguar, Koenigsegg, Lamborghini, Maserati, Pagani, Range Rover, Gumpert and Rolls-Royce.

The show also saw the unveiling of the eagerly-anticipated Tuatara, as well as the Asian launch of the Conquest Knight XV, whilst guests were able to road-test some of the cars on a special 2.1-kilometer test circuit set up around the venue.

Running parallel to the main event was Top Marques Watches and a Jewel Gala, showcasing luxury timepieces and jewellery, as well as pleasure boats, property, art and other bespoke high-end products.

Top Marques Macau ran from 24 to 27 November at The Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel.

By Paul Joseph