Bund Classic Concours d’Elegance, created by China Rendez-Vous Ltd., is the first annual Concours d’Elegance dedicated to the Chinese and Asian automobile enthusiasts and classic car community. The 2015 Bund Classic Shanghai is all set during 16-18 Oct. 2015 in Shanghai, China to attract a stronger interest from a significant number of car collectors in China and overseas, introducing a world of culture, glamour and the spirit of adventure embodied by the vintage vehicle world and offering a unique networking platform to develop this rapidly expanding community.
Dedicated to serving China’s high-end market, China Rendez-Vous has developed a unique marketing platform focused on the new aspirations of the fast growing High Net Worth Individuals (HNWI) throughout the country. With the spread of vintage car culture in China, the interactive experience in the car shows have become the most important contents that the Bund Classic want to introduce to the HNWIs in China. With seminars, gala dinners and hospitality events offered to the VIPs, 2015 Bund Classic will be an exclusive experience revolving around classic cars.
2014 Bund Classic Concours d'Elegance achieved remarkable success as Shanghai’s landmark event after having attracted many of the world’s unique vintage cars and prestige brands, such as Porsche, Maserati, Bonhams, Vertu, Badollet, The Peninsula, Christofle, Laurent Perrier, Sanlorenzo, Airbus Corporate Jets, Suixtil, Hasselblad, Infinity, Rum Diplomatico, Monkey 47 Dry Gin, Cognac Park and Bordeaux wines. As the 2nd edition of Bund Classic Shanghai, both the quantity and quality of the classic cars on display were much higher. The quality of Chinese classic cars was approaching the European market, which showed that the classic car market and culture were rapidly getting bigger. As Chinese and Asian collectors were enhancing the cognition of classic car culture, China would be probably the classic car market leader in the future,”
The 2014 Concours d’Elegance was attributing prices to the best cars in different categories. The outstanding panel consisted judges from 14 countries including China, the US, the UK, Italy, France, Belgium, Singapore, Hong Kong, Myanmar and Burma. Nearly 10,000 qualified visitors and guests had the chance to witness the irresistible charm and charisma of classic cars of different ages from Germany, the US, Chengdu, Beijing, Xiamen and Shanghai.