Luxury car show opens in Dubai
Dubai, April 1, 2014
The inaugural edition of MotorVillage, a luxury motor show featuring some of the world’s most elite and sought after cars, opened yesterday (March 31) in several locations across Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC).
The event was declared open with a ribbon cutting ceremony by Sheikh Shakhboot Bin Nahyan Al Nahyan.
Organised by WorldSouq Exhibitions, the show features 12 brands and 26 premium and super cars including; Aston Martin, Audi, Bentley, BMW, Ferrari, Lotus, Maserati, McLaren, MINI, Porsche, Rolls-Royce and SRT.
Audi will be showcasing its brand new Audi A8 P.1, scheduled to be in showrooms this month.
“We’re excited to be taking part in MotorVillage. It’s a fantastic opportunity for us to showcase four of our premium Audi models to local residents,” said Ali Al Nabooda, general manager, Audi, Al Nabooda Automobiles.
“We will also be showcasing the flagship Audi R8 supercar, as well as the RS7. Our leading SUV, the Q7 will also share centre stage at the upcoming show.”
Visitors can look forward to the brand new Porsche.
“Our line-up of luxury sports cars at MotorVillage will be headlined by the brand new Porsche Macan S,” said K Rajaram, chief executive officer of Al Nabooda Automobiles. “We will also showcase the iconic 911 Turbo, the always popular Cayenne GTS, and the supremely sophisticated Panamera 4S Executive, so there will certainly be a car on show for all preferences.”
Several other brands will also showcase the latest models to hit the Middle East markets.
“MotorVillage will transform this iconic venue into a mini circuit enabling visitors to test drive and experience this interactive concept to motor shows,” said Ranna Mokhtarzadeh, head of Sales at WorldSouq, an exhibiting firm that is bringing MotorVillage to the DIFC. “We look forward to the success over the next five days.”
The exhibition will run until April 3. Pirelli is the official tyre sponsor for the event and Standard Chartered Bank is the official banking sponsor. – TradeArabia News Service