H.R. Owen takes over Mayfair for Supercar Sunday

H.R. Owen takes over Mayfair for Supercar Sunday

H.R. OWEN took over Mayfair for its Supercar Sunday, with owners and enthusiasts descending on Rolls-Royce Motor Cars London in Berkeley Square to celebrate the group’s most exciting models.

The event, on April 9, saw more than 100 of the finest supercars in the world heading to Rolls-Royce’s flagship showroom from across H.R. Owen’s high-end brand network, courtesy of H.R. Owen VIP Services.

A social media campaign on Instagram and Twitter saw hundreds of supercar spotters and fans head to Mayfair to get a glimpse of the remarkable models on display and share their experience.

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A McLaren 650S Spider at H.R. Owen’s Supercar Sunday

All of H.R. Owen’s brands were well represented, with the likes of the Lamborghini Huracán Avio, BAC Mono, Rolls-Royce Wraith Black Badge, Maserati Quattroporte, Aston Martin Vanquish Volante, Ferrari GTC4 Lusso and McLaren 650S Spider in attendance.

Lamborghinis were the focus of many a camera throughout the day, as H.R. Owen dealerships Lamborghini London and Lamborghini Pangbourne brought along the latest demonstrators together with customers and fans.

Ferrari London – crowned the best Ferrari dealership in the world – wowed crowds with the new GTC4 Lusso and also displayed the stunning 488 GTB. Clients were flying the Ferrari flag, too, bringing an FF and an F40 to Berkeley Square for spotters and fans to enjoy.

Abbass Zadeh, Head of H.R. Owen VIP Services, said: ‘Supercar Sunday was a hugely popular and enjoyable event for everyone involved and great fun for all the family. Hundreds of spotters, fans and big names of social media came along to the event, showing the power of our online reach.’

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