Date: February 6-10, 2019
Location: Parc des expositions de la Porte de Versailles
Held in one of the largest halls at the Porte de Versailles exhibition centre in Paris, Rétromobile features around 650 exhibitors, 600 cars, 100 clubs and up to 72,000 sq. ft of exhibition space to explore.
The Berliet Foundation will be showcasing the fantastic giant Berliet T100 over the five days of the Rétromobile show. The Berliet Foundation owns one of the largest collections of utility vehicles from around the world, from the present day all the way back to the early 20th century.
Transporting the Berliet T100 from Lyon to Paris took four days and three nights! Looking at the specs below, it’s easy to see why:
You can find out more about the Berliet T100 on Retromobile.com
60 years of one of the most iconic marques in the world, MINI, will be celebrated at Rétromobile. For the 44th edition of the event, Rétromobile will join forces with our two partners, the National Motor Museum of Beaulieu and Haynes International Motor Museum as well Transports Prevost to create a special homage to the marque.
Whilst each year at Rétromobile features tens of thousands of motorcycles across the stands present at the event, this year Rétromobile have dedicated an entire exhibition space to all things bike.
Hall 2/3 will house all the classic bikes, including a special sale space for collector motorcycles for both individuals, collectors and professionals and there will also be a ‘thematic exhibition’, which aims to gather rare models across time as well as looking at the construction of said bikes.
The ‘Friends of Bédélia’ Club, Transports Prevost and the Vintage Revival will unite to organise an unusual exhibition for those attending the 2019 Rétromobile event. Classic vehicle enthusiasts will get to view a very significant display about the manufacturer.
Never seen at Rétromobile, the event will showcase 14 of the 18 existing models – and will class as the world’s largest gathering of Bédélia vehicles at a standalone exhibition. Examples that will be on display include the ambulance and competition models, a fantastic opportunity to view the vehicles designed by Henri Devaux and Robert Bourbeau.
Group price (from 10 purchased tickets): €17
Free admission for less than 12 y.o
Please note: tickets purchased are valid for 1 day only.
PREVIEW EVENING (5 FEBRUARY: 7-10pm)
Single ticket: €50
5-DAY PASS (INCLUDING PREVIEW)
Single ticket: €120
You can purchase tickets on Retromobile.com