ZECLAT will make its UK debut at London Concours this year
First hosted in 2012 at Windsor Castle, the Concours of Elegance continues to set a new global benchmark for a classic car concours, and winning prestigious awards in the process. This year it is no different, once again, UK’s finest automotive garden party will take place from June 7th to the 8th promising to be another successful event by showcasing ZECLAT, the second model from British design house and coachbuilder Eadon Green, which is set to take centre stage in Central London within the five-acre green oasis of the Honourable Artillery Company.
ZECLAT is a modern interpretation of classic automotive designs and pays homage to famous coach builders of the 1930s like Figoni & Falaschi, Bugatti, Chapron, and PourTout.
Developed with meticulously crafted materials and engineered with a carbon composite material and aluminium structure, ZECLAT is a groundbreaking creation inspired by the grace and poise of elegant motorcars from an Art Deco period.
In keeping with the central theme of London Concours – speed, ZECLAT boasts a 6.2-litre naturally aspirated V8 powerplant, capable of a 0-60mph time of 3.6 seconds. The Zeclat is designed to be bespoke for discerning individuals seeking a tailored and exclusive driving experience.
ZECLAT is the second model from exclusive coach builders Eadon Green, the first of which being the elegant Black Cullin. Shaped by the wind, ZECLAT slips through the air, directing its force through strategically placed vents that cool engine, brakes and transmission, whilst the body design works in concert to stabilise the car at speed and through cornering.
Tickets to the London Concours are available from londonconcours.co.uk, with a full day adult admission ticket costing £35, and concessions from £18.
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