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The 2024 Miami Concours brought nearly 30,000 car enthusiasts and collectors from around the world to Miami’s Design District. The event, which took place on President’s Day weekend, combined modern engineering, luxury lifestyle and innovative design to showcase some of the world’s most exquisite automobiles.

Titled “Design Driven: The Intersection of Auto, Art and Fashion,” this year’s Miami Concours was the seventh annual exhibition but the first with duPont Registry Group as a co-owner. 

The event culminated with Saturday’s red-carpeted street showcase, which extended for three blocks along the backdrop of luxury storefronts like Dior, Cartier, Rolex, Prada, Burberry and Tom Ford. It lived up to its reputation for showcasing the world’s top supercars. The line up contained a hive of Paganis, including the one-off Vlu Tricolore Exposed Carbon-Fiber Pagani Zonda MD, a Lamborghini Diablo VVVT – one of just seven – a Porsche 991.1 GT3 RS and a pair of RUF 911s. An abundance of Ferraris, from the F40 and F50 to Dino GTs, appeared on the carpet as well, among dozens of other supercars.

While admission to the exhibition was free, a portion of hundreds of VIP ticket sales went to benefit Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. VIP ticket holders accessed exclusive shopping experiences, restaurant seating, and entry to Friday night’s drive-in movie and Monday’s symphony concert.

The event, one of the country’s most anticipated in the motoring industry, attracted notable guests. Miami Design District founder and Dacra CEO Craig Robins, Miami Concours Founders John Temerian Jr., Ronnie Vogel, Brett David and duPont REGISTRY Group CEO Antoine Tessier were in attendance. Influencers Paola Alberdi, Georges Coupet and Ria Michelle, as well as Groot Hospitality Founder Dave Grutman and his wife, model and influencer Isabela Rangel Grutman, hit the red carpet. 

The prestigious showcase has built up support from around the industry. Sponsors included CURATED, Prestige Imports, Macallan and Ralph Lauren.

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