Leading classic car dealer Hexagon has moved into its new flagship headquarters ahead of plans to introduce a Michelin-starred chef and design store to the premises later this year.
Hexagon has space for over 50 cars following its return to the facility on Great North Road, in Finchley, which aims to bring together classic cars and luxury lifestyle. It sold the BMW and Mini franchise previously on the site to Spire Automotive in 2013, who have since moved premises.
Called The Hexagon, the site’s main showrooms have now been finished housing the finest modern classics and classics along with chairman Paul Michaels’ collection of modern art.
The next phase in the complete redevelopment of the building is the opening of a new coffee shop, to be finished within the next eight weeks.
A restaurant headed up by a Michelin-starred chef and a design store will be opened later in the year.
Michaels said: “It’s really pleasing to see the Hexagon take shape so quickly. The new showroom looks sensational.
“Within the next eight weeks the coffee bar will open, with the restaurant and a design store later in the year.
“The Hexagon will be a real destination and a true lifestyle experience, a place where you can enjoy the finest coffee, the finest food – and indulge your love of the finest cars too.”
The Hexagon will be Hexagon’s flagship business with the company’s South Kensington mews showroom continuing to operate alongside it, offering the finest classic cars.
Hexagon is London’s official Lotus dealer, both sites will offer the full range of new Lotus models.