With a different route each year, Peter Auto has announced that the 32nd Tour Auto will finish on the French Riviera. After the exhibition of the cars at the Grand Palais Ephémère in Paris, crews will hit the road on a 2,000km journey for a finish in Cannes, a popular destination that the Tour Auto, last visited in 2016.
Cars in the spotlight: Several models will be honoured in 2023, starting with a retrospective of Alfa Romeo models bodied by Zagato, from the 1900 SSZ to the Giulia TZ of the mid-1960s, not forgetting the Giulietta SVZ and SZ, which were often victorious in rallies. There will also be a tribute to the English cars that left their mark on the Tour de France Automobile in the 1950s – AC Ace and Aceca, Aston Martin DB2 and DB2/4, Frazer Nash Le Mans Replica, Healey Silverstone, Jaguar XKs and C-Type, Sunbeam Alpine or Triumph TR2 and 3 will be honoured guests. Dates are 16-23 April, 2023.
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