Retromobile - Infographie Confinement EN

Under the auspices of organising company Comexposium, Retromobile commissioned a survey last month, focusing on a panel of classic car enthusiasts and what they did during the lockdown. The idea was to find out how they approached their hobby during this period full of restrictions and what their attitude was at the end of it. 2021 usable answers were gathered – which is evidence of just how interested people are in the world of classic cars. Our thanks to all of them.

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Would you prefer a Jaguar E Type or a Ferrari 335 S? That’s what the Rétromobile Show gave people to choose from on its official Facebook page to decide what to put on the poster for the 46th edition. And in the end the Jaguar E Type, that celebrates its 60th anniversary in 2021, proved overwhelmingly popular!

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Retromobile : the event that makes Paris into the collectors cars capital

Rétromobile is THE event for anyone interested in vintage cars: over 1 000 vehicles on show, 620 exhibitors, 120 clubs, 60 artists in the « Automobile Art Gallery », and a host of exclusive events.


Journey through time and live the dream. Thrill at the exhibits, gather information, make investments. Meet artists, clubs and federations, booksellers, rally organisers, sellers of spare parts and scale models, restorers, car sellers, auction houses, mechanics, insurers, and carmakers: Bentley, Bugatti, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Ferrari, Citroën, Peugeot, Renault, Lancia, Alfa Romeo, Skoda, Jaguar, Land rover, Ferrari, Aston Martin, Maserati, Lamborghini……the list goes on.


The exhibitions presented to visitors make Rétromobile into an outstanding event and are a new opportunity to discover or rediscover outstanding models and collections, with dynamic displays showcasing legendary vehicles.


Rétromobile is not only an internationally renowned event; it's also a catalyst that brings together the world's three leading auction houses, including Artcurial which achieved record sales of 32 million euros.

Rétromobile: 3 - 7 February 2021, Parc des Expositions, Porte de Versailles, Paris.