Exquisite and rare cars from all around the Northeast region drew over 2,000 spectators and car enthusiasts to Greenwich, Connecticut to admire the 150 hand-selected VIP cars that were showcased along the historic Greenwich Avenue. One of the highlights of the event was the arrival of five Pagani Huayras, in which three were Huayra BCs, therefore creating a buzz amongst car enthusiasts and spectators. Other stunning cars that arrived were five Ford GT that were all suited in different specs, including a Heritage Edition. In addition, many stunning British cars made an appearance such as Aston Martin’s DB4, DB6, V12 Zagato, Vantage V600 Lemans, and a Jaguar D-Type. Facing the British, were the Ferraris, which stretched from a 1971 Ferrari Daytona Straman Spyder to the 458 Speciale Aperta.
The event was supported from various sponsors, which included Miller Motorcars, Shreve Crump & Low, duPont Registry, Paragon Acura & Honda, Coffee Café Roasters, Fortified Auto Spa, and Tesla.
Miller Motorcars brought out its finest cars composing of two Pagani BCs, Mclaren P1, Mclaren 720s and other distinct exotics. Shreve Crump & Low of Greenwich gave handsome watches for Founders Steven Fong and Leland Graham to sport during the event. Paragon Acura and Honda showcased their sporty line up, which included the Acura NSX and the all-new Honda Type-R. Fortified Auto Spa, with their shop located in Westchester County drove a Nissan R32 to demonstrate their flawless work using Ceramic Pro and Xpel.
At the end of the event, the Greenwich Police strategically paraded all the cars and spectators out of the VIP block. Greenwich Avenue that was thirty minutes ago, filled with thousands of people and hundreds of cars, returned back to its small town nature and normal traffic flow. It was a memorable event and the best Greenwich Cars & Coffee to date. If you want to participate in our next event as a VIP car owner or become an official sponsor please visit our website at greenwichcarsandcoffee.com or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org