Held at Waddesdon Manor near Oxford, England, the LV Concours celebrates both classic cars and contemporary designs, with edgy concept cars appearing next to automobiles from the second and third decades of last century. Ah, what a time that was. Being a major sponsor of the show, Renault brought its Fluence concept, a coupe with a crazy trunk, and the manicured grounds were also graced with forward-looking creations from ItalDesign, Nissan, Citroën, and Mitsubishi, assuming of course that this last automaker will even be around after next year. One throwback highlight: a 1927 RR Phantom 1 decked out for tiger hunting.
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