The Super Car Parade's Mumbai Blockbuster

Mumbaikars flock to have a glimpse of world\'s finest cars in the famous Parx Super Car Parade that took place for the seventh consecutive time in the city.

Published: 17th January 2015 10:00 PM  |   Last Updated: 17th January 2015 05:35 PM   |  A+A-


Thousands of Mumbaikars recently gathered to witness the Parx Super Car Parade across the city which got bigger, better, bolder in its 7th successful year. Gautam Hari Singhania, Founder & Chairman, Super Car Club, led the convoy of super cars amidst cheering crowds with LaFerrari—a limited edition offering—being the show stopper of the event. The likes of Ferrari, Mercedes, Lamborghini, Aston Martin, Bentley, Rolls Royce, Porsche, Audi and BMW travelled through the busy streets. Around 100 super cars along with 25 super bikes participated in the show organised at the RWITC, Mahalaxmi Race Course . The Parx Super Car parade was flagged off and led by Singhania. As he led a sleek line-up of super cars from the Turf Club to Bandra Worli Sea Link and back, car enthusiasts were awestruck and cheered the roaring machines.

The LaFerrari was showcased for the first time in India. This ambitious car is the first ever production car to be equipped with the F1-derived hybrid solution—the HY-KERS system—which combines the power of an electric motor producing over 150 CV with the most powerful incarnation yet of Ferrari’s classic V12, with 800 CV at 9000 rpm.

Singhania, who is also Chairman & Managing Director, Raymond Limited, said, “We are happy that the two-day Supercar extravaganza has culminated as we showcased 100 Super cars and 25 super bikes to automobile enthusiasts who had gathered from around the country.”


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