AN incredible collection of golden supercars has been spotted parked up outside Harrods department store for a Top Gear shoot.
The dazzling fleet was snapped by photographers on Thursday in Knightsbridge, parked in a line on the road outside the iconic shopfront as cameramen filmed for the new BBC series.
Estimated to be worth a combined £500,000, the collection includes a model from each of Porsche, Mercedes, Bentley and Ferrari manufacturers.
The rare sight attracted plenty of attention from passers-by, with crowds gathering to take photos of the metallic gold supercars.
Harrods confirmed to The Sun Online that the cars didn’t belong to a mystery owner or customer of the store but were filming for new series of the show fronted by Matt LeBlanc on BBC.
Porsche Panamera – est. £90,000
Ferrari 458 Spider – est. £200,000
Mercedes AMG C63 – est. £60,000
Bentley Continental GTC – est. £160,000
And the golden fleet isn’t the first to hit London’s streets.
In March 2016, a Saudi businessman brought four of his gold emblazoned motors over for the Easter break.
Worth an estimated £1million in total, the group included a six-wheeled Mercedes G63, a Bentley Flying Spur, a Rolls-Royce and a Lamborghini Aventador SV.
It’s now common for wealthy owners from the Middle East to bring their favourite supercars with them on holidays to the UK.
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Flashy motors regularly swamp the streets of Knightsbridge and Chelsea during the summer months with their outlandish body kits and custom paint jobs.
In August last year, a host of wealthy owners were spotted parking the supercars outside the posh Grovesnor Hotel and Dorchester Hotel in Mayfair.
The yearly pilgrimage is disliked by residents who claim drivers rev their cars past shops and homes.
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