The Petersen Museum is closed, but you can still see the incredible supercars exhibition – Roadshow

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The McLaren F1 GT LM is arguably the best automobile ever made and one you are unlikely to see once more.

Petersen Museum

Whereas the time period “supercar” has been round for many years — courting again to the 1960s — the concept of a supercar has been round nearly because the starting of motorized private transportation. The idea of a automobile that goes sooner than all of the automobiles round it appeals to us on a primal degree, and as fanatics, most of us have been suckers for supercars since we have been children. They’re the poster automobiles all of us had on our bed room partitions. 

The Petersen Museum in Los Angeles is capitalizing on that obsession with its Supercars exhibit. The museum is closed to the general public at present as a result of COVID-19 pandemic, however that hasn’t stopped it from assembling 30 of the world’s most influential supercars from all durations of automotive historical past, starting from the Mercedes Gullwing to the Ferrari Enzo and past.

You won’t be capable of see the exhibit in individual, however you possibly can go on a digital tour within the gallery beneath. A number of the highlights of the exhibition embody a McLaren F1 GT LM, Steve McQueen’s private Jaguar XKSS, the Lamborghini Countach and the Ferrari F40. This one’s positively value your time.


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Kyle Hyatt