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Miami is no stranger exotic cars and chances are if you see one cruising the streets, it most likely came from Prestige Imports, South Florida’s premier luxury car dealer which includes Lamborghini Miami, Pagani Miami, Karma Miami and Lotus Miami and serves as the #1 Lamborghini dealership in the US.

Now you’ll be able to view these pieces of automotive art at the Prestige Imports Performing Art Pop-Up in the Miami Design District. Sorry, no testing driving allowed, but starting this month and running through the end of the year, you can view the exhibit that will feature some of the most extravagant Supercars and Hypercars from Prestige Imports.


Taking over a 9,000 square foot space at 3841 NE 2nd Avenue, this curated car gallery with a museum like feel will have the luxurious cars on display complemented by unique architectural pieces from Luminaire and select art from David Rosen Galleries. From the $3 million Pagani Huayra and $2 millon Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 722S Roadster to Lamborghini Countach, which is celebrating its 25 anniversary, there is no shortage of metal to ooh and ahh at. 


“I am thrilled to debut the Prestige Imports Performing Art Pop-Up in the epicenter of Miami luxury, says Brett David, CEO of Prestige Imports. “Craig Robins has built a truly unmatched playground for all things lavish, putting this exceptional neighborhood on the map both locally and globally. I couldn’t be more excited to bring the signature Prestige Experience and showcase our beautiful collection of rare automotive art amongst the world’s top luxury retailers.”

Brett David Ceo of Prestige Imports
Mark your calendars for Art Basel as the Prestige Imports Performing Art Pop-Up will celebrate Pagani, with a special exhibit, “the history of Pagani through the years.” A ride down memory lane, the exhibition will journey through 20 years of the Italian that will highlight the Zonda Collection including Zonda HP Barchetta, Zonda R, Zonda F, Zonda C12 “Chassis 001”, Huayra Roadster BC and Huayra Rodster, along with art, books and car parts directly from Pagani Automobili S.p.A., which are rarely available to be viewed by spectators.


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