The latest edition of Cars and Coffee Torino 2015 was held on 19 September and saw a gathering of around 200 past and contemporary supercars. The event kicked off at 10 am followed by a cocktail buffet and the participants then left in a convoy to the Sparco factory for a private tour of the facility. At Sparco, the convoy was met with numerous spectators with most of them recording the array of supercars.
Some of the major attractions of the show were the Mazzanti Evantra, Lamborghini Dibalo GT, Ferrari Enzo and the Ferrari F40. Also present was the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS, Pagani Zonda S, dozens of Lotus models, Ferrari 458 Speciale and the Lamborghini Huracan. American and Japanese influence was represented by the likes of Chevrolet Camaro, Corvette Z06, current-gen Ford Mustang and the Nissan GT-R.
Needless say, Cars and Coffee Italy has become the leading example of this type of car show. It has managed to gather more cars than one would find in some bigger motor shows. Adding to the collection of rare cars was the Porsche Cayman based Studiotorino Moncenisio.
Modeled on the prestigious Concours d’Elegance, Cars and Coffee originated in Los Angeles in 2006 and made its way to Italy in 2012. Its reach extends to other parts of Europe and areas of Saudi Arabia and Oceania. This was the third main event of Cars and Coffee in Italy this year.
More information about Cars and Coffee Italy can be found on their website.