Exceptional, uncompromising, timeless and unique. Just a handful of words that form the basis of our ethos at Oshe. To find ourselves invited to, not only the centre of motor car history in the UK but the place that epitomises quality, heritage and style has been an incredibly exciting experience. All our hard work will be on display this Friday 8th and Saturday 9th September at the historic Rotunda of the Royal Automobile Club, Pall Mall, London.
Synonymous with the history of the motor car in the UK, the Royal Automobile Club was founded in 1897 and remains the longest standing motoring institution in this country. The Rotunda is known for showcasing, not just some of the most impressive cars in the world, but a cross section from modern, cutting edge, to historical veterans.
Recent honourable mentions include Fangio’s 300SL, a 1933 Mille Miglia Alfa 6C, a Red Arrows Aston Vanquish and an adventurous Aston Martin Vantage Volante, billed as a family car that’s even made its way to the Arctic circle. It’s this love, not just for incredible cars but cars of historical note, impressive restorations and passion projects that has drawn us to the Royal Automobile Club.
The only other Land Rover to be seen in the Rotunda was the Land Rover Series One, JUE 477, the first production Land Rover of the series. Chassis Number One spent 20 years off grid before re-emerging in 2018 and has taken pride of place in the Rotunda.
The Rotunda showcases some of the most impressive cars in the world and embodies that ineffable sense of joy that as car enthusiasts we can’t help but be drawn into.
We are incredibly proud to be seeing Okavango take its place at centre stage. It’s the perfect unveiling of a truly special car.