Top officials during the launching ceremony in Dubai.
Business Bureau, Gulf Today
Dubai: Gargash Group, one of the largest distributors of premium and luxury cars in the UAE, in collaboration with GAC Motor, China’s leading auto brand, officially released the latest star duo GA4 and GS3 in the UAE. Introducing high-end automobile options to local customers, Gargash Group further accelerates GAC Motor’s strategy of global expansion and greater brand development within the region.
As part of the global launch plan, the UAE launch ceremony for GA4 and GS3 was hosted within the grand celebrations of Modhesh World at World Trade Centre on 23 June 2019. The evening ceremony was attended by Samir Gargash - Chairman of Gargash group, Shehab Gargash - MD & Group CEO Gargash Group, Zeng Hebin - GM & MD of GAC International, other international delegations from GAC Motor, senior Gargash Group executives and media friends.
Along with the unveiling of the cars, Gargash Group management also announced the plans to open GAC Motor’s first showroom in Abu Dhabi and Ras Al Khaimah along with two additional showrooms for Dubai situated in the convenient locations of Rashidiya and Sheikh Zayed Road by year 2019. The new showrooms will house all sale services under one roof that will greatly improve the convenience of new and existing customers living in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Ras Al Khaimah and other Emirates.
Speaking on the occasion, Samir Gargash, Chairman of Gargash group said: “We are pleased with the developing presence of GAC Motor in the UAE and we are excited with the overwhelming response to the growing family of GAC Motor offering in our market. This enthusiastic feedback and reaction from our customers are a testament to the very bright future for GAC Motor and its portfolio that stands at par with international standards of auto make.”
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