Car enthusiasts take photographs of supercars at the show.
Prodrift taxis continue to take motorheads for rides at smoke-raging speeds, while the world's best stunt performers at Red Bull’s bike stunts and drifting, Mike Jensen, Shadi Dhaheri and Abdo Feghali are pushing the limits of what’s possible on two and four wheels to audiences till the close of the show.
This year’s edition of the Dubai International motor Show, taking place at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) through Saturday, 16th November, bears witness to car manufacturers’ innovation, demonstrating a transition from the growing role of electrification to a more futuristic vision on mobility solutions. Inkas, the UAE-based armoured vehicle company, closed day three with an impressive deal of $15 million, with other participating brands reporting buyer’s interest across the show floor.
Commenting on their remarkable sale at the show, Ulugbekhon Maksumov, CEO of Inkas Vehicles LLC, said: "We are overwhelmed with the interest that has been expressed in our wide range of armoured commercial and tactical vehicles at our Dubai International motor Show stand. We’ve already had genuine interest from customers across the MENA and CIS regions and we are delighted to announce that on day three we closed a sale of over US$ 15 million.”
The record-breaking Aspark OWL turned heads with up to seven offers made for the fastest electric car ever made valued at USD 3.2 million. Reporting enthusiasm from serious buyers, Masanori Yoshida, CEO, Aspark, said: “We’ve received a lot of interest at the Dubai International motor Show and we’re delighted to be here. In the first two days, we’ve had seven serious buyers coming from Europe, the USA and the Middle East for the Aspark Owl, the world’s fastest accelerating electric car. The Dubai International motor Show has been fantastic for us, and we’re really pleased with the results it has delivered so far. We’re extremely optimistic about what the region holds in store for us as the Middle East is one of the biggest markets for Aspark.”
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The Dubai Police’s Happiness and Positivity Council said Mahmoud Mohammed Al Shaabi received every staff and visitors at the gates of Dubai Police Headquarters with a smile.
The videos show Sheikh flying a helicopter over lush green meadows with serene surroundings and mountains. It is not clear where the video was shot.
In a tumultuous year marked by economic and social upheavals worldwide as nations battled the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, and compounded by tragic disasters such as the Beirut port blasts and several natural calamities including devastating floods in Sudan
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