At the Dubai International Motor Show.
PHOTO BY JONATHAN YBERA/EXPAT MEDIA
DUBAI – From vintage classics reminding us of our automotive roots to the future of mobility through all-electric vehicles, at Dubai International Motor Show you can witness the best of both worlds.
Petrolheads are expected to flock to the motor show at the Dubai World Trade Centre from November 12 to 16. Here are four reasons not to miss it.
Ten local drivers stand the chance to win free upgrades to their car – fitted right there and then at the show! The contest will have expert mechanics from Auto Millennium upgrade five cars a day during the Motor Show. Follow Dubai International Motor Show on Instagram to take part in the competition!
Tomini Classics will be featuring some of their classic beauties this Motor Show. Whether you’re a passionate automotive enthusiast, an investor looking or simply looking for a family heirloom, this one’s for you!
Held over three themed days at the Motor Show, the classic cars auction by Copart will see many timeless cars change hands.
At the auction, there will be a one-off raffle draw for a classic VW Beetle. Hope it’s you who gets to drive away with the classic car!
The show will feature live a Hypercar Alley worth an estimated Dh500 million. Group 63 – a club for AMG owners in Dubai – will be displaying more than 20 of the most stunning hypercars found anywhere in the world, including a unique, limited edition Bugatti Veyron, a Pagani Huayra and a Bugatti Chiron. ICA/Expat Media
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