An exceptional place in the very heart of the capital. Marvels signed Ferrari, Porsche, Lamborghini or McLaren, to which is even added a Formula 1, spread over an area of 8,000 m2: a kind of giant art gallery, where wandering arouses its share of emotions in each step.
Needless to say that access is (almost) as secure as that of the American Federal Reserve, and that cars benefit from the best attention, with XXL parking spaces with neat lighting, 220 V sockets that maintain the batteries in charge, to which is added the absence of nasty posts that could damage the bodywork.
The cars belong to members of an ultra-exclusive club, The Collection Paris, presented to us by its founder Laurent Buisine in the video accompanying this article.
In terms of services, members can take advantage of a concierge service with transport of vehicles to the location of their choice anywhere in the world, maintenance monitoring, or even an on-site refueling service. Royal treatment, then.
New for summer 2022, The Collection Paris will soon have a semi-digital counterpart called The collection world, which is more open and can have up to 1,000 members. The other originality of this club is that its membership cards will be digital only, presented in the form of NFT (for Non fungible tokens, or certificate of digital ownership of a virtual work). These NFTs make it possible to claim ownership of the said card, the creation of which is signed by the visual artist Richard Orlinski.
But although digital, The Collection World will also soon have a concrete opening on the real world with a specific lounge somewhere in Paris, which will allow its members to meet around the passion for supercars.