Every year since 2011, the Bremen Classic Motorshow has set aside a special area in Hall 6 for around a dozen young classics that meet specific criteria: less than 100,000 km on the clock, in original, unrestored condition and inspected by TÜV Rheinland! The term Young Classic was coined by Bremen Messe and has become an established quality hallmark. Once again in 2019, the organisers will display TÜV-inspected exclusive cars from the mid-1960s to the mid-1990s in the special area. Right next to this display and in cooperation with Comco, a classic car leasing company, various dealers and private sellers will expand the range on offer with around ten exciting cars from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s under the title “Young Generation”. The main difference from Young Classics is that these “Young Generation” vehicles can be in a restored condition and without a TÜV certificate. Visitors can look forward to more than 20 vehicles from this younger generation. And anyone who doesn’t find what they’re looking for should consider Comco’s offering. Leasing a classic car can be a very good alternative, especially for business use.