This Awesome Car Show Lets You Test Drive All Of The Latest Supercars


Although getting in isn't cheap.

We love going to car shows to look at the newest supercars, but looking (and occasionally sitting in) doesn't really compare to driving. Cars are a moving form of art, something the organizers of the Salon Prive are fully aware of. This exclusive car show will take place from September 1st to 3rd at Britain's Blenheim Palace. Obviously such an event is not free. You can't just offer any person off the street the chance to drive a Bentley or Lamborghini. That's not how the world of exclusive cars works.

If you want to visit this exclusive show, you will have to buy a ticket for 295 pounds (around $386). While this is certainly not cheap, it does include "full hospitality on the day, as well as pre-approved test drive requests." This means that you will be able to book real test drives on real roads. Some of the cars that are already confirmed for the show are a Tesla Model S and Lamborghini Huracan, while Abarth, BMW, Bentley, Lexus, Morgan, and Overfinch will also be bringing cars.

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