Divine DS concept, Zagato and McLaren unveil new cars at the first Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille

The first Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille was held on Sunday 7th September;
DS, Zagato and McLaren unveil new cars in Chantilly.

The first Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille organized by Peter Auto celebrated the return to French soil of the Concours d’Elégance. On the programme was a parade of 10 concept cars from manufacturers accompanied by models dressed by the same number of haute couture houses.

Three world premières took place: the Aston Martin Zagato, the DS Divine and the Peugeot Exalt. There was also a European première the McLaren P1 GTR. The Concours d’Etat brought together some 100 exceptional cars from the greatest collections from all over the world divided up into ten classes. Finally, there was a third concours – the Clubs Grand Prix – which welcomed almost 500 cars and rewarded the best setting by a club in the context of the Déjeuner sur l’Herbe.

Almost 10 000 spectators attended the first running of the Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille, which has immediately become part of that very elite circle of the most outstanding events of its type. Numerous workshops celebrating the French Art de Vivre and Savoir Faire were also very popular as were the various forms of entertainment for the general public.

“We’re very happy with the first event. Major collectors from all over the world were here today. We were awaiting their reaction with impatience. This evening they’re absolutely delighted and that includes the regulars at the main yardstick concours d’élégance. Thanks to the exceptional setting provided by the Chantilly Château our event has different advantages. We now know that we can count on word of mouth to expand it for the second running which will take place next year at the same date. Today, some 10 000 spectators came to Chantilly included those who already follow us at the circuits. We also saw that there was considerable interest among people who don’t usually bother attending this type of event. Of course, there are details in the first one that we’ll improve, and the second concours will be all the better for it,” said Patrick Peter, organiser of the first Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille.

The first Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille. 2014 winners:

Concours d’Elegance – Richard Mille Prize
Alfa Romeo Disco Volante by Touring – Paco Rabanne

  • Concours d’Etat – Richard Mille Prize

The Best of Show
1937 – Delahaye 135 M Cabriolet, Figoni & Falaschi

  • Tribute to Bugatti – Qatar Airways Prize

1933 – Bugatti Type 55
Special Price N°1 : Bugatti 57S Atalante Earl Howe (1937)
Special Price N°2 : Bugatti Type 40 “Lidia” (1928)

  • The Ancestors: Cars Built up to 31st December 1904 – Alain Figaret Prize

1901 – Clément Panhard “Stirling” Tourer
Special Price N°1 : Panhard Levassor “L’Antoinette de l’Abbé Gavois” (1891)
Special Price N°2 : Delaugère & Clayette 24/40 HP (1904)

  • The Interwar Period Sports & Racing cars – Hine Prize

1930 – Bentley Speed Six “Old n°2”
Special Price N°1 : Alfa Roméo 8C Monza (1932)
Special Price N°2 : Mercedes Benz 380 Roadster (1933)

  • The Great French Bodyworks from the ‘20s ‘& 30s – Cordier Mestrezat Prize

1937 – Delahaye 135 M Cabriolet, Figoni & Falaschi
Special Price N°1 : c (1939)
Special Price N°2 : Talbot T150 C-SS Figoni & Falaschi (1939)

  • British Chassis & Italian Bodyworks – Relais & Château Prize

1962 – Aston Martin DB4 Zagato
Special Price N°1 : Jaguar XK 120 Supersonic Ghia (1952)
Special Price N°2 : Jaguar XK 140, Ghia (1955)

  • The Design Years: the ‘60s & ‘70s Concept Cars – Le Point Prize

1966 – Lamborghini Flying Star, Touring
Special Price N°1 : Ferrari 250GT SWB, Bertone (1960)
Special Price N°2 : OSCA 1600GT, Touring (1961)

  • The Untouched Cars – Charles Heidsieck Prize

1967 – Ferrari 330 GTC Speciale
Special Price N°1 : OSCA 750S (1958)
Special Price N°2 : Chrysler Town & Country (1948)

  • Endurance – Pre-76 Central Engine Sportscars – Radio Classique Prize

1969 – Lola T70
Special Price N°1 : Porsche 904 Carrera GTS (1964)
Special Price N°2 : Ford GT40 MKII (1965)

  • The Great Bodyworks by Maserati

1956 – Maserati A6 G 2000, Zagato
Special Price N°1 : Maserati 3500 GT Spyder Touring (1958)
Special Price N°2 : Maserati Bommerang, Giugiaro (1972)

  • The Maseratis Racing Cars

1947 – Maserati V4 Sport
Special Price N°1: Maserati A6 GCS Monofaro (1947)
Special Price N°2 : Maserati MC12 (2004)


  • Grand Prix des Clubs

Club Delahaye
Aston Martin DB6 Volante – Jonathan Miles

  • F.F.V.E Prize

Club de l’Auto

  • J.M. Weston Prize (The best restoration)

Bugatti 57 Atalante – Frédéric Leroux

  • Tara Jarmon Prize (The most elegant lady)

Dorothée Gilbert

  • Sophie Papiernick Prize (The nicest hat)

Giselle Tatten

  • Youenn B. Prize (App “Le Jeux Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille”)

Emmanuel Dupuy
Bertrand Pirel
Anouchka Bogdaniu.