Rétromobile chronicles the whole history of the automotive sector, an unmissable event where car enthusiasts have been meeting for 44 years to share their passion. Spread over 3 halls, more than 600 exhibitors come to the show every year to present similar numbers of vehicles – to the delight of visitors to the event.
Kicking off the world car show season, Rétromobile is back next year from 6 to 10 February at the Paris Porte de Versailles Exhibition Centre.
They'll find everything from tanks to lorries, as well as motorcycles and a wide array of classic cars, young timers, old timers, fine easily-affordable cars, legendary sports cars, iconic makes or makes that are now consigned to the history books. The Show is where visitors can become owners… or just feast their eyes.
The 72,000 m² of exhibition space is a playground for lovers of old cracked leather, fine engines and shiny bodywork, as well as showcasing leading car manufacturers, spare parts sellers, representatives of federations, artists, car dealers and caterers, as well as all the other business sectors making up this world.
Whether you're a petrol head, a proper collector or just curious, you’ll be able to lose yourself and stroll through the aisles, enjoying most coveted vehicles, the most popular and unearthing the rarest of pearls. The 2019 show will once again demonstrate that fine classic cars are not the exclusive preserve of the rich – there will be a special area for vehicles on sale for less than €25,000.
French automobile manufacturer Citroën will be the star of the 2019 show in honour of its 100th birthday! André Citroën was a pioneer and a visionary – he designed timeless models and was one of the first people to use the Eiffel Tower as an advertising aid: his company's logo adorned three of the tower’s sides from 1925 to 1934.