Supercar Rooms Miami, will curate and launch “L’automobile Presents: Past, Present and Future” n Saturday and Sunday: November 21st and 22nd at the prestigious Deck Island Gardens. Car enthusiasts and tech curious guests will be engaging their imagination into the possibilities of the future.
Elo, Founder and British born automotive visionary and creator of the Supercar Rooms Miami based in Wynwood, will be hosting one of the world’s first ever concept and design auto show exhibiting concept cars from the past present and future. Meet the creative and design teams of automotive brands worldwide, and catch a glimpse of the automotive world in the future.
L’automobile invites guests to join an epic and transitional journey captivating the market whilst having a digital presence accessed globally. The two day event will feature their first annual sit down VIP Gala on November 21st, 2020 from 7 to 11pm. On November 22st, 2020 from 10am to 4pm guests can enjoy brunch from The Deck Island Gardens delicious establishment and the concept auto show.
The event creates the first ever platform for car designers from around the world to showcase their designs and technology whilst being conscious about the need for sustainability, and a focus on renewable fuels. Working with prominent design leaders in the industry, educational facilities to deliver on continued advanced research and companies innovations.
After canceling multiple showcases, due to COVID-19, 12 featured cars in each section (36 in total) have been invited. Guests will be able to catch a glimpse of one of a kind cars like: Rimac Concept 2, Grullon GT8SS, Apollo IE Dragon, 2 Jetz Scorpion, Alfa Bat 11, Casey The Omega, Vector W8, Bosley GT, Vetter Razor, Raesr Tayphon, Hyperion XP-1, Faraday FF Zero1 to name a few.
Step into the future, Roborace will be doing an exclusive live demonstration of their new Roborace artificial intelligence race car. This will be a private event for press and media prior to the event. The first preview of Roborace also marks the US launch of this technology.
L’automobile has implemented the following changes for the safety of its guests: face coverings, masks will be required for all guests, contactless ticketing system for reservations, increased number of entrances, control customer lines spaces with Stanchions and floor signs and a-frame signs, add additional staff for continuous disinfection of door handles and other high frequency touch-points, and more. To find all implemented changes for safety, please see website: https://www.l-automobile.show
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