Car Cafe Wilmslow: July

25th Jul 2018

993 GT3 RS at Car Cafe
The Cheshire area isn't short of sports and supercars, especially when there is a Car Cafe meet happening locally. Saturday 21st of July turned out to be a classic point-in-case, with the meet dominated by some of the finest supercars and sports cars on offer and a few quirky additions.

Aston Martin

Car Cafe Wilmslow takes place at our Stratstone Aston Martin Wilmslow Service Centre, meaning there was bound to be a few Aston Martin models on display!

Stratstone Aston Martin Wilmslow showcased some of their own cars, including a stunning Red Bull Racing wrapped DB11 V12, which stood out for all the right reasons.

The brand-new Aston Martin Vantage was joined by a previous generation V12 Vantage S - both dazzled enthusiasts in the Cheshire sun.

Aston Martin DB11 Red Bull Wrap

Which R8?

The recent good weather has been perfect for convertibles, so it was unsurprising to see a stunning Audi R8 Spyder finished in a menacing shade of metallic black.

Alongside that, an R8 V10 Plus finished in the iconic Nardo Grey colour graced Car Cafe Wilmslow with its presence - the aero kit and carbon bits only added to the sensationally sexy exterior.

Nardi Audi R8

GT3 RS Generations

The latest era of Porsche 911 models - the 991 - was showcased via a first generation 991 RS along with the latest 991.2 GT3 RS.

The stunning gen 1 GT3 RS has been spotted at Car Cafe meets before and is always seriously impressive.

The updated 991.2 RS is easily identifiable thanks to its sill graphics and various details. Finished in white, the later version made use of contrasting gold wheels, with green graphics - a concoction that sounds like it wouldn't work, but as you can see from the photos, it looks spectacular.

Porsche 991 GT3 RS at Car Cafe

Cool Individuals

It wouldn't be a Car Cafe without some individual cars capturing the interest of enthusiasts, especially when it features a boxy, wide-arched body.

The Lancia Delta Integrale is a hero of yesteryear and one of the most successful rally cars ever. Seeing a road version at Car Cafe thrilled every enthusiast in attendance.

Something that was quite surprising was one specific MINI on display. With a private number plate giving onlookers one talking point, the power of this particular JCW version at Car Cafe was really impressive - it pushed out a quite ridiculous 375HP - insane for a MINI! Photo Credits: GT3 RS by Jonathan Ford & Aston/Lancia by Curtis Galton.

Lancia Delta