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Supercars of the 90’s

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The Louwman Museum in The Hague proudly presents the "Supercars of the 90's" exhibition, an impressive collection of the most iconic and imposing supersports cars from this momentous decade.

Impressive collection of super sports cars

This exhibition offers a unique opportunity to admire some of the most coveted and pioneering vehicles of the 1990s, an era known for its revolutionary designs and technological advances in the automotive world.

The collection has been carefully curated and showcases a diversity of models, divided into four different categories: production models, limited editions, homologation cars and prototypes. Each vehicle tells its own story and illustrates the evolution of supercar technology and design during the 1990s.

Production models

This category includes some of the most legendary cars that went into mass production and made a lasting impact on the automotive industry. Famous names like the Aston Martin Vantage V600, Bugatti EB110 Super Sport and the Vector W8 are part of this section, showing visitors how the supercars of the 1990s were shaped and perfected.

Limited Editions

Here you will find exclusive models produced in very limited editions, often with unique features and enhanced performance. Think of the Jaguar XJ220S, Ferrari F50 and the McLaren F1 cars that are rare and hold a special place in the hearts of car enthusiasts worldwide.

Homologation cars

These vehicles were developed to meet the homologation requirements for participation in certain racing classes. For example, the exhibition showcases the Mercedes CLK GTR Strassenversion, Nissan R390 GT1, Porsche 911 GT1 Strassenversion and the Toyota GT-One street.


Prototypes are often carmakers' most innovative and futuristic creations. They give a glimpse into what the future of supercars could be. Models such as the BMW M8 E31 and the Mercedes-Benz C112 can be admired here, often shown for the first time in the Netherlands and even in the Benelux countries.

Dates and Times

5 July 1 September
10:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 17:00
Different (extra) opening hours apply during holidays and school holidays. Check the complete overview on the museum website.
€ 0,00 - 19,00
Adults € 19,00
Child 5 - 18 years € 10,00
Baby 0 - 4 years Free
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