The extravagant Gulf Car Festival is back in Dubai for the fourth time, and is set to exhilarate enthusiasts by bringing a unique show over three days of pure motoring fun.
Since its inaugural run in 2014, the Gulf Car Festival has featured some of the most exquisite and rare show cars exhibited exclusively for visitors and fans. The event is set to attract more than 400 show cars each day in an engaging motoring atmosphere, held at the Dubai Festival City Mall.
The Gulf Car Festival features three themes in three days. Day One will see 400 American Muscle cars come thundering to the venue. There is also a separate action arena that will be set alive by the region’s best professional stunt drivers. A rev-battle is, of course, going to happen on Day One.
Day Two will see more than 400 supercars, European imports and classic cars make a stylish entrance to the event. Everything from four-pot engines to massive W16s will make its presence felt.
Day Three marks the conclusion of the Gulf Car Festival, dedicated to the best of Japanese (JDM) trucks, Jeeps, and tuners. Fans of the genres will get to witness dual-car stunts along with live demonstrations of tuners customising and modifying cars.
The Gulf Car Festival will be held at the Dubai Festival City Mall between 15-17 November. Expect an exciting display of the record-breaking and iconic Laser, Fire, and Water Show with 30 fountains at the Fountain Bay to accompany the event.
Participating car clubs arriving at the Festival will be welcomed with a crystal trophy as is customary from the inaugural edition. The stage will be set for exclusive competitions each day. Enthusiasts will get to witness live burnout competitions at the Action Arena. It would be fair to say that clouds will emerge from the Action Arena, accompanied by glorious engine screams and tyre screeches. There will also be car-pull stunts performed by an international figure and record-holder strongman. A m0nster truck battle is also on the cards.
Finally, with live street magic shows, plenty of food and drinks, and a traditional yola sword act at the Gulf Car Festival 2018, the entire family stands to be entertained.