Petersen Car Week: Day 2 Recap
Published on Fri, Aug 14, 2020
By: The LACar Editorial Staff
We’re midway through the virtual extravaganza of Petersen Car Week, and Day 2 presented some fantastic original content.
Petersen Car Week runs from August 12-16 this week, with each day chock-full of digital content from creators across the car world. Day 2 did not disappoint, presenting us with some fascinating videos from creators, manufacturers, and enthusiasts.
To tune into Petersen Car Week, visit the Petersen Automotive Museum’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/petersenmuseum.
Without further ado, here’s some Petersen Car Week Day 2 highlights.
Heng’s Garage showcased the epitome of JDM collections with pristine examples of every generation of Nissan GTR and a host of other favorite exotics, amidst a plethora of rare spare parts, memorabilia, and die-cast models.
Royce Hong and Azizi Tucker of Xing Mobility discussed the inspiration and technology behind “Miss R.”
Collector Angelo Paletta gave viewers a tour of his Car Cathedral, which features Ferraris, Ford GTs, Mustangs, and automotive collectibles.
ClassicCars.com hosted the Future Collector Car Show featuring user-submitted vehicles of all makes, models, years, and conditions that will eventually become collector vehicles.
Chevrolet Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter discussed the C8, what makes it so exceptional, and what is in store for future variants of the Corvette!
Goodwood Revival highlighted the best racing done on its famous circuit.
RM Sotheby’s shared auction highlights from its upcoming Shift Auction.
Taylor Ulrich showcased the 1969 Jeep Wagoneer owned by the CEO of KC HiLiTES, which is a passion project outfitted with KC lighting and parts. Taylor demonstrates the details with a full walkaround, off-road test, and night review.