Pebble Beach 2010: Ultimate Photo Gallery

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BMWBLOG attended the 60th anniversary of the Concours D’Elegance at Pebble Beach. As with any auto show or any other car events, we are bringing …

BMWBLOG attended the 60th anniversary of the Concours D’Elegance at Pebble Beach. As with any auto show or any other car events, we are bringing you today an extensive photo gallery.

This year’s concourse gathered 255 cars and motorcycles, with an estimated 15,000 people in attendance and more than 650 volunteers helping with the logistics.

Concourse d’Elegance Pebble Beach 2010 has also drawn cars from 33 different states and countries, including Asia, South America and Europe.

As one could imagine, the variety and number of cars have been overwhelming, and turned Pebble Beach 2010 into a red carpet for celebrities…..vehicle celebrities that is.

Pebble Beach 2010: Ultimate Photo Gallery

Along with the “classics”, the Concours also displays a large variety of concepts, production cars and classics, including a wide array of Ferraris, Rolls Royce, but also Morgan Eva GT, Mercedes SLS AMG GT3, one-off XJ75 concept, McLaren MP4-12C, Lexus LFA or Maserati GranTurismo Convertible.

Enjoy the photos, courtesy of our own John Hietter.

  • http://machacek.in Kostkac

    Why is every single picture on next page. Thats pissing me Off!

    U definitely should implement some better way how to browse pictures.

    • Billy

      picture on the next page= more advertisements =more money for horatiu

      • http://www.bmwblog.com Horatiu B.

        So far from the truth. But here is the explanation: it’s a standard feature in this platform and we improved it further. Back in the day, we went with an overlay when you click on the image. People complaint that their browser wasn’t working.

        Next solution is in works and it will work differently. Takes time to code something useful, so please be patient with us. We don’t have developers daily at our disposal.

        As far as money, every website lives on advertising and somewhat we need to cover our costs, from daily expenses to flights, hotels, gas and flying around the country. This month we will cover three events across US, 3 test drives, 2 motorcycle drives and a trip to Spartanburg.

        For more details on how hard we work to keep bmwblog always updated and innovative, feel free to email me.

        • Billy

          Can i recommend jcarousellite?

          It’s a slideshow-like plugin that can be customized in various ways. It happens to be the one I use for my portfolio website.

          • http://www.bmwblog.com Horatiu B.

            :) I know which one is it, it will be based on that.

        • http://machacek.in Kostkac

          Oh Cmon, “People complaint that their browser wasn’t working” ? I can open almost everything on my 2 years old HTC. So you think its better to pissing off 95% users with loading times more than 5 sec on every image on average. Btw It brings shit loud of traffic if Im not wrong. And thats why its so slow? Maybe? I absolutely understand your situation. I’m just recommending improvements from my point of view. And I like BMW BLOG!

  • Chris

    Oh no, there are orange reflectors on that Veyron! Quick, get the ricers from e90post to pry it off and replace it with some ghetto spray painted parts ASAP. And replace the stock rims with some ghastly knock-offs.

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