Everyone knows that the Tordoff family has a passion for racing – it’s in their blood – so when an Aston Martin GT8 joined the Collection, it seemed an obvious synergy to offer the new owner an exclusive Track Day with British Racing Driver, Sam Tordoff. This once in a lifetime opportunity was the ultimate driving experience, demonstrating how closely the GT8 is related to its racing cousins.
One for all our hypercar enthusiasts! The Tordoff Collection recently showcased the rare McLaren P1: one of the most potent hypercars ever made.
The Tordoff Collection recently showcased the Honda NSX 3.5. Built in collaboration with an F1 legend, it is a supercar packed with racing technology.
The Aston Martin Rapide V12 Touchtronic was one of the larger prestige cars in The Tordoff Collection. Presented in immaculate condition, it represented the ultimate in luxury and performance.
The 1994 Ferrari 348 Spider was a fine example of its type, created in a truly transformational time for supercar technology.
The Tordoff Collection had the rare privilege of hosting an Aston Martin DB6 Saloon. Registered on 6th January 1968 and sold by A&B Cars Ltd of Newton-le-Willows, Lancashire, the Grand Tourer was a superb example of David Brown’s classic design.
The Tordoff Collection featured the McLaren 570S Spider, the latest addition to the McLaren range, it is one of only 400 cars produced to celebrate the new model, which was first showcased at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in 2017.
The Tordoff Collection recently presented a McLaren MP4-12C. Always a popular choice for supercar fanatics, the 12C was the first car designed and built by McLaren since the legendary F1.
JCT600 Lotus Leeds had something very special in their showroom…a limited edition Lotus Evora GTE V6 S Sports Racer – one of only 20 Evora GTE’s made worldwide.