Dubai Grand Parade was truly an epic parade with the most finest vehicles in the country participating in the event.

Dubai Grand Parade Police Supercar

The event, in association with the Middle East’s biggest motor event, The Dubai International Motor Show is set to make Dubai the place to be to discover and experience the finest the world has to offer in terms of cars, according to the organizers.

Around 500 privately-owned super and luxury cars and bikes worth more than AED 500 million took part in the 45 km entourage.

The first multi-brand parade of its type to hit the streets of the city, the Dubai Grand Parade is part of the debut Dubai Motor Festival — a week-long motoring extravaganza held in conjunction with Dubai International Motor Show running at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).

The spectacular fleet included over 350 brands and models such as Bugatti Veyron, Rolls-Royce, Lamborghini, McLaren, Ferrari, Aston Martin, Maserati and Harley Davidson.

The parade was led by the 2013 Formula One constructors’ champion Infiniti Red Bull Racing Formula One Car and Dubai Police’s fleet of supercars accompanying the cavalcade of luxury cars. Entries for the parade have come from private collectors, local owners and Dubai’s automobile clubs.

Some of the most superb participating cars included a Lamborghini Murcielago LPO640, the Middle East’s only one of its type; a quirky Range Rover Sport that is fully-decorated bumper-to-bumper with UAE dirham coins; an exquisite Swarovski crystal-encrusted Hummer H2; a vintage Saxon dating back to 1912 and a beautifully-restored 1972 Land Rover 88 — one of the most historical vehicles in the fleet.

Here’s some amazing photos from Dubai Grand Parade:

We have also done a Storify on Dubai Grand Parade and curated the most interesting tweets, photos and videos.  Hope you like it.

Arabian Gazette brings you the Top Tweets, Photos and Videos from Dubai Grand Parade 2013

Arabian Gazette brings you the Top Tweets, Photos and Videos from Dubai Grand Parade 2013

 

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