Car fans from as far away as Southland have snapped up tickets to the Starship Supercar Show this weekend.
The two-day event has proven even more popular than the inaugural show, with the 7000 tickets snapped up long before the $100 million worth of cars were parked across the four levels of Giltrap Group’s flagship site on Auckland’s Great North Road.
This year, Giltrap Group doubled the length of the Supercar Show to not only allow more people to attend but also to lengthen the session durations so supercar fans could better soak up the display of exotic and ultra-high-performance machinery.
“Seeing the passion and love for these special vehicles in New Zealand always amazes me, “says Michael Giltrap, Joint Managing Director Giltrap Group. “We have assembled an incredible collection of supercars, and I cannot wait to see the reaction when the doors open tomorrow morning.”
This year’s show will feature four New Zealand ‘firsts’, with the Lotus Eletre, Corvette Z06, Aston Martin Valkyrie and Polestar 3 all being unveiled Saturday morning.
Hypercars will also feature, with the new Lamborghini Countach, Brabham BT62 and McLaren Senna making their first appearance at the show alongside a stunning collection of Ferraris and even Greg Murphy’s custom-built 1969 Dodge Charger
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