Supercars will line up Souk Al Marfa in Dubai.
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DUBAI – Souk Al Marfa is revving up for the weekend with an epic supercar event that opens on Friday (September 10).
More than 150 iconic supercars will be taking over the new waterfront souq and marketplace on Deira Islands from 4pm to 10pm.
Located at Village 4 in Souk Al Marfa, the free-to-enter show will feature classic, vintage, sports and 4×4 cars. Salem Al Suwaidi, co-founder of UAE Car Clubs, promised visitors a “riveting experience”.
In association with 21 of Dubai’s most prestigious car clubs, Souk Al Marfa’s supercars event will showcase powerful engines and feature unique designs, allowing car enthusiasts to relish in a variety of hardcore sport, classic and SUV models such as Ford Mustang, Dodge Challenger Hellcat, Toyota Supra, Nissan GT-R R35 Nissan Z, Camaro, Jeep, FJ Cruiser and more.
The car show will also feature a competition, where all 150 supercars will be competing across multiple categories including: Best American Sport, Best American Saloon, Best Off-road, Best SUV, Best Classic, Best KDM, Best JDM (2 doors), Best JDM (4 doors), Best Engine, Best Wrapping, Best Lady-Driven, Best Airbrush, Best 4×4 truck, Best Paint/Body.
“We are welcoming auto fans of all ages to experience the aesthetic brilliance of these models and watch their favourite cars participate in competitions,” said Omar Khoory, Chief Assets and Hospitality Officer at Nakheel.
Souq Al Marfa is open from 10am until 10pm on Sunday to Wednesday, 2pm to midnight on Friday and 10am to midnight on Thursday and Saturday. ICA/Expat Media
What: Supercars Event
When: Friday, September 10
Time: 4pm to 10pm
Cost: Free entry
Location: Village 4, Souk Al Marfa, Deira Islands
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