They gathered to celebrate Spirit of the Union
DUBAI 5 December 2017: A fleet of more than a 100 sleek supercars from across the country converged to present a one-of-a-kind dazzling display of luxurious vehicles in Dubai – to celebrate the union of the seven emirates on the 46th UAE National Day.
The event organized by Deals on Wheels in collaboration with Supercars Club Arabia brought together the UAE’s culture, luxury, lifestyle and all things superlative on one platform. The magnificent supercars were displayed at Deals on Wheels Mazaya Showroom on Sheikh Zayed Road, and saw iconic models from hallowed marques such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, McLaren, Porsche and Aston Martin to mark the National Day celebrations.
To heighten the spirit of patriotism, the occasion featured a Bugatti Veyron, specially painted and decorated in the colours of the UAE. Besides supercars, the event also showcased high-end art themed around the National Day, as well as luxury apparel.
Mohamed Redha Abdulla, founder of Deals on Wheels, said: “Having been born and raised in the UAE, I have a very special bond with the country. Thanks to our visionary leadership, UAE has grown exponentially over the years and this land of opportunity has brought happiness to the lives of many. The UAE is also the land of superlatives, and proudly hosts the biggest and the best; Burj Khalifa and Burj Al Arab being glittering examples. As for luxurious cars, there are few places on the planet where supercars are appreciated and driven as they are in the UAE. Through this event, we want to pay tribute to the tremendous progress that country has made in just 46 years, providing every comfort and an exceptional lifestyle to its residents”.
At the event, supercar aficionados were treated to an Emirati lunch, specially crafted refreshments and oxygen boosts before starting their drive to Hatta. The road trip, which started from the Deals on Wheels showroom on Sheikh Zayed Road, covered some of the most spectacular and scenic driving roads in the country. It was the perfect way to pay tribute and celebrate respect and passion for the country with a passion for cars.