Detroit Concours Announces Details of 2023 Event

The Detroit Concours will return to the Motor City later this year, scheduled for Sept. 22-23, for a two-day event celebrating automotive Americana featuring 150 rare vehicles, organizers announced.

“We’re proud to bring this signature event back to Detroit, which has long been the center of the automotive universe,” said McKeel Hagerty, CEO of Hagerty. “Car enthusiasts across the state and region can again expect to see the very best in automotive innovation, design and craftsmanship in a world class setting. It’s going to be a special few days.”

Friday’s Cars & Community event will will feature Motor City Car Club Displays, a collection of locally-owned show vehicles curated from the Midwest, the Future Drivers Club for kids of all ages, a RADwood-era showcase and more.

Saturday’s Concours d’Elegance will host 150 historically significant vehicles. Featured classes including ’57 Heaven, Mopar Magic, Ferraris from the ’60s, and Concours of America All Stars, which will include Best in Class vehicles from 1979-2021. An awards ceremony and Ride & Drives will be available to public ticketholders all day, organizers said.

Events on both days will take place at the Detroit Institute of Arts.

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A.J. Hecht

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