Annual “Exotics on Las Olas” to Showcase More Than 250 Exotic Cars

The showcase will feature some of the rarest and most expensive vehicles from around the world

The 4th Annual “Exotics on Las Olas” car show spotlighting some of the most coveted vehicles ever built will return to Fort Lauderdale from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Nov. 7 from SE Sixth Ave. to SE 11th Ave. along Las Olas Boeulvard. The premier automotive exotic car showcase is known as the most prominent car and family-friendly showcase event in South Florida.

Over 40,000 spectators are expected to attend the free event, featuring over 250 vehicles selected from a highly desired curated collection. The event provides a unique view of the rarest and most coveted automobiles globally and talks with car enthusiasts and owners of these incredible and elegant pieces of machinery that are the ultimate luxury symbol.

“We were thrilled to bring Exotics on Las Olas back for a fourth year,” says Floyd Rag, Cofounder of Supercar Saturdays Florida, which hosts the occasion. “This year will be the largest event to date.”

The 2021 showcase, presented by RennHaus and Corsa7 Motorsports, will feature several categories of vehicles, including Race Car Row, Classic Car Row, Million-Dollar Row, Supercar Row and Dealer Row. Guests will be able to experience the rarest and most expensive vehicles during the show. Featured models include Bugatti Chiron valued at $3.6 million; Ferrari Monza SP2 valued at $2 million; Ferrari Enzo valued at $1 million; Pagani Huayra Roadsters valued at $3 million each; Koenigsegg valued at $3 million; Porsche 918 valued at over $1 million; McLaren Sennas and P1, valued at $1.3 million each; Hennessey valued at $3 million and a Glickenhaus SCG valued at $460.000.

Proceeds will help benefit the Wounded Warriors Relief Fund, a nonprofit organization providing services to military veterans injured in combat. Visit Exoticsonlasolas.com for more information or email info@exoticsonlasolas.com for pre-registration details, VIP credentials and sponsorship inquiries.

SFBW Staff
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