Last weekend, the first-ever International Concourse of Elegance (ICE) took place in St. Moritz, Switzerland. Cleverly named to reflect the event's location on a frozen lake, it featured a bunch of the coolest Italian supercars of the last 50 years.
A lot of these cars weren't just parked on display, either—many of them actually got driven around a makeshift track, getting sideways and making lots of noise. Among the cars are several Group B Lancia homologations, mid-engine Ferraris, Paganis, Lamborghinis, and even the new GFG Style Kangaroo.
Though it seems as though few, if any at all of these cars are equipped with proper winter tires, it still looks like the owners had a lot of fun. It's great to see these cars get out on the snow, especially considering some of them are worth several million dollars each. According to this video's uploader, this was more of a test event, and it'll probably be a lot bigger next year. We can't wait.