Monday, July 21, 2008

The Ultimate Aero

American Supercar manufacturer, Shelby SuperCars Inc. (SSC), has released further details of its exclusive showroom opening in Dubai (UAE), October, 2008.

In the first of four international showrooms slated for opening in 2008-2009, the massive 6,200 square foot showroom sits at the entrance of the famed Dubai Twin Towers, arguably one of the most prestigious locations on earth. The flagship showroom of the Middle East, located on Sheikh Zayed Road, will display exclusively the automaker’s “Fastest Production Car in the World,” the Ultimate Aero. As SSC considers co-branding relationships with high-end fashion designers, the showroom will provide SSC apparel, accessories and merchandise alongside an exclusive cafĂ© for its guests.

Dubai, a racing culture, renowned for its insatiable appetite for luxury, high ticket items, will host the ribbon cutting ceremony in October, 2008. The star-studded event will include press, celebrities and financiers from around the world vying to be seen at this highly-anticipated, invitation-only event. Highlighting the occasion will be an auction of the Ultimate Aero used to break the world speed record.

Click on the photo and you'll see a Dubai logo on the license plate...

Update

In response to the comment from Keefie boy I hasten to redeem myself by pointing out that the text (now highlighted in bold) is excerpted directly from the press release issued by Shelby Supercars. This, of course, I should have mentioned when first posting the item.

1 comment:

Keefieboy said...

Mac, you're losing it:

the massive 6,200 square foot showroom sits at the entrance of the famed Dubai Twin Towers,

Those two horrible semi-circular buildings beside the Creek in Deira, you mean?

arguably one of the most prestigious locations on earth.

I think not.

The flagship showroom of the Middle East, located on Sheikh Zayed Road,

Oh, you meaan the Emirates Towers!

will display exclusively the automaker’s “Fastest Production Car in the World,” the Ultimate Aero.

Who cares?