Dubai International Motor Show

Dubai International Motor Show

Dubai International Motor Show

 

The Dubai International Motor Show is the largest international automotive event across the Middle East and North Africa. Over the years, the Dubai International Motor Show has brought together global manufacturers, distributors, industry specialists, key-buyers and an army of passionate motoring enthusiasts to enjoy exclusive car launches, interactive demonstrations and exciting features. With the number of global and regional launches at this year’ show expected to beat the previous high of 157 achieved in 2015, Dubai International Motor Show 2017 will feature dedicated pavilions for very motoring passion, from super cars and custom bikes, as well specialist zones for tuning and customisation. The figures at the Dubai event remain impressive you can expect to see more than 100
global or regional launches, with 550 vehicles on display from more than 150 major exhibitors from 70-plus countries. The show will span 85,000 square metres of exhibition space at the World Trade Centre, and during its five-day run, is expected to welcome more than 100,000 visitors. Among the reveals is a veritable laundry list of interesting metal, with the wraps taken off the latest incarnation of a UAE favourite, the Range Rover Sport, alongside the likes of the eighth-generation Rolls-Royce Phantom.

The car is shaped by more than 10,000 hours of manual hammer work, explains Icona’s chairman and chief executive Teresio G Gaudio, and is an example of the company’s “unmatched craftsmanship where design meets technology and we are ready to discuss personalised, unique one offs with interested collectors”. Elsewhere at this rarefied end of the spectrum, UAE-based supercar manufacturer Devel will unveil a production version of the Devel Sixteen, which debuted two shows ago in prototype form and claimed to wield a mind-melting 5,000hp. The local contingent will also include W Motors’ Fenyr Super Sport and UAE-made roadster the Shaali N360. the original Desert Fox Jimmy & amp Sierra first released in 1977, GMC celebrated the fortieth anniversary of the launch by exhibiting a lovingly renovated model from the region at the Dubai International Motor Show. 

 

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