A visual ride through one of the most happening events in Dubai this week, with latest vehicle technology and trends showcased at the Dubai International Motor Show. The exhibition gives motor-enthusiasts a chance to admire up-close and even sit in the driver’s seat of new vehicles, concept cars and well-kitted, customized rides.
550+ cars & bikes, 100+ global & regional launches, 15+ supercar brands & 10+ mind-blowing concept cars.
The Dubai International Motor show is back with a bang this year. This motor show that happens every two years in UAE is a treat for not just car-enthusiasts but anyone with who wants a taste of luxury and class.
If you are currently in Dubai, the picture below are highly capable of convincing you to visit the event this year so you don’t have to wait for another 2 years. And if you are not in Dubai, here is a visual glimpse of what the Dubai Motor Show has to offer this year.
- Dates: 14 – 18 November 2017
- Type: Family event
- Venue: Dubai World Trade Centre
- Time required: 2+ Hours approximately
- Timings: Everday till 10pm (Only Thursday and Friday till 11pm).
- Tickets: Individual entry for AED 65. Family and group packages available. Tickets available on venue and their official website.
THE PARTICIPATING BRANDS
Of the many brands that are displaying vehicles at the show this year, a few of them included:
- ROLLS ROYCE
Click on the images below to have a lot at at least one car each from the participating brands.
The categories of cars displayed at the event this time include:
- 46 Passenger cars
- 40 off-road vehicles
- 25 custom-built vehicles
- 12 designers and modifiers.
STALLS NOT TO MISS
Listed below were the cars that had everyone stop and stare. These included:
- Lamborghini (who’d want to miss one in gold?)
- McLaren (Does not get classier than a matt-finish McLaren)
- Mini Cooper (looks its best in convertible)
- BMW i8
- Cadillac Escala
- Corvette ZR1
As you would expect, the show stopping car is placed right at the end of event which happens to be none other than Rolls Royce Phantom. Without saying much about it, let me show you what its all. However, in this case, seeing is not believing. You need to feel the car to know it.
The Rolls Royce stall was the only stall with a waiting queue to be able to experience sitting in the Phantom. The car had a starry ceiling and drool-worthy interior. The exterior of-course spoke for itself by attracting the largest crowd.
Without talking more about these cars, I’m going to leave the viewers of this blog with some more pictures of the cars below. If you like the post, share it with other motor-enthusiasts and leave a comment.
And in the end, here’s a picture of me exploring my personal favorite: Mini Cooper Convertible. Who says cars are for boys only? 🙂