Thursday, September 19, 2019

Motors

Latest updates on GCC Car News and reviews, Developments in the Automobile Industry, Growth in the Aviation sector and Middle East motors.

Saudi women finally get behind wheels of luxury cars

Saudi women are making the most of their newfound right to drive, testing out some of the world’s most exotic vehicles at a recent...

The New Mercedes-Benz AMG GLE43: A Quick Review

According to Mercedes-Benz, the new GLE Class has “the world’s most intelligent SUV suspension” to deliver a super smooth ride comfort along with its...

‘THE END’ for free parking spaces

All parking spaces across Abu Dhabi city will become paid from August 18 onwards, the Abu Dhabi Department of Transport announced on Tuesday.Mawaqif was...

Audi Q8: Where Elegance Meets Rough Roads

Charlie Cooksey test drives the all-new Audi Q8 in Jabal Akhdar, Oman. In early October, we were invited for the regional launch of the new...

Dubai driver dies after crashing into mall

A female driver was killed when she lost control of her car and hit a cement pillar at the entrance of Ibn Battuta Mall...

World’s First Commercial Flying Car Hits The Market

Flying cars have flitted across the edges of our futuristic dreams for almost as long as cars have existed. The ” world’s first commercial flying...

All-New 2019 Nissan Altima Makes Its Middle East Debut

Nissan today unveiled the all-new Altima, creating a new standard of design, driving enjoyment and technology within the mid-size sedan segment. The car features...

Supercar Blondie: the female supercar driver whose Instagram account is rocking...

As a young girl, Alex Hirschi drove a plain-Jane Mitsubishi for years. Now, at 30, she corrals a supercar stable that would make anyone...

Rolls-Royce Cullinan – The first SUV ever produced by Rolls Royce

The first SUV ever produced by Rolls Royce - and we’ve been for a drive in it! Last month Euro Motors arranged the first press...

No traffic fines in Ramadan for minor offences in Dubai

Motorists who committed minor traffic offences in Ramadan were asked to sign obligation letters instead of getting traffic tickets, Dubai Police said on Saturday.Major...
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