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Cutting-edge car designs on display at Dubai Motor Show

on September 25, 2012

Note:  This is an article from Arabian Business which I just found interesting so I am sharing it here as well.  Photos are also from the mentioned website. 

The 2011 Dubai International Motor Show, the largest event in the show’s 22 year history, was officially opened on November 10 2011, by HH Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai.

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More than 150 of the world’s top motoring manufacturers are showcasing a record number of global and regional launches at the Motor Show along with some of the most exciting and innovative concept cars in the world.

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Latest models on display include those from high profile exhibitors such as Brabus, Chevrolet, De Macross, Jaguar, Land Rover.

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The Dubai International Motor Show was a highly influential platform for the brand to showcase to the region.

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Mercedes-Benz will celebrate its 125th Anniversary at the Dubai International Motor Show and revealed the new M-Class SUV, the convertible version of AMG’s flagship SLS AMG Coupe, the new SLS AMG Roadster and the most powerful SLK ever built, the new SLK 55 AMG.

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In addition to the 500 plus vehicles on display, there are also interactive features for visitors, including the Nissan Live Action Track, the Driving Dynamics Racetrack sponsored by Audi and Wheels, the MINI Test Driving Arena, and the Infiniti Fastest Tyre Change Contest on a replica F1 racing car.

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Adding extra flair to the show floor are a number of concept cars, including models from Audi, BMW, Chevrolet, GMC, Maserati, MINI and Toyota, while some of the pulse-racing models due to make an appearance at this year’s show include the new Bugatti Grand Veyron Sport – the fastest convertible in the world, the new Porsche 911 Carrera, the Maybach 62 and the Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4.

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A Rolls Royce model

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Audi Quattro

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Another view of the Audi Quattro

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Another view of the Audi Quattro

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A Bugatti on display

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A Bugatti on display

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A view of the Ferrari Spider

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A view of the Ferrari Spider

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Aston Martin on display

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Aston Martin on display

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Aston Martin on display

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GMC Cadillac

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A view of the Bentley Continental
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A Maserati model on display
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A Shelby model on display
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A Shelby model on display
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A Shelby model on display
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A Maybach model on display
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A Rolls Royce on display
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A Rolls Royce on display
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A Rolls Royce on display
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A Mercedes model on display
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A BMW model on display

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Source: Arabian Business

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