The automotive history has brought us many remarkable car brands and models over the years. The most beautiful and special creations ever made gave ‘acte de presence’ at the concours d’elegance’ at Wheels at the Palace at Soestdijk Palace last month, and we were honoured to be part of it.
Our Carice was there in suitable company. Amidst beautiful Bugattis, Lagondas, extremely rare pre-war Mercedeses, the latest creation of Spyker founder Maarten de Bruyn, Jaguars, Spykers and many more stunning cars, the Carice TC2 stood on a stage in collaboration with Vredestein.
For the occasion, Artist Randy van Lingen made a beautiful horse out of car tires. Our own piece of art, the Carice TC2, of course fit neatly next to it.
The setting; a royal palace, beautiful palace grounds, filled with moving pieces of artworks. You don’t often experience it much better.
We very much enjoyed being part of it, and so did the audience. For its level of finish and beauty, the Carice received many compliments from professionals in the automotive field. From enthusiasts to hobbyists, down to enthusiastic children, the TC2 has gained a lot of extra fans that day.
For anyone with a heart of cars, these events are a feast. The combination of rare cars in a beautiful environment, seeing these cars participate in a race, a concours and car catwalk make for an unforgettable experience. These are beautiful cars and it’s a pleasure seeing them driving and coming to life as they were originally intended.
We hope to be back next year at the palace, but if you can’t wait that long and want to see Carice for yourself, book a visit to our factory to drive a Carice and experience the thrill of a lightweight, electric car with a beautiful classic design.
Lastly, we want to thank Vredestein, the organisation, thank the participants and visitors! It was a beautiful day. If you missed it, you may want to check out the after-movie made by Missio, on request of the event organisation on and pay extra attention at the 15-second mark.