Image gallery: Cartier Concourse D'Elegance 2019 in Black and White
The sixth Cartier Concours d'Elegance was held in February at the Rambagh Palace, once the private resident of the erstwhile Royal Family of Jaipur and now one of the world's best luxury heritage hotels operated by the Taj Group. The event had 86 of the finest vintage and classic cars from nine distinctive classes and 26 motorcycles from three classes, gracing the well-kept lawns of Rambagh. The three new automotive categories were 'Ford Thunderbird', 'Sports Cars'; and the 'Pre War Classics Transportation'. The first Cartier Concourse was held in Mumbai in 2008 and since then the entire classic car movement in our country has been so invigorated, that many world renowned shows like Pebble Beach (USA) and Salon Retro Mobile (France) have also started featuring categories for cars originally sold to Indian owners. The movement is witnessing colossal change and more cars are being collected, with the Cartier Concours d'Elegance contributing in a big way in raising awareness and vehicle restoration standards. Read our detailed coverage on Sixth Cartier Concours d'Elegance here
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