McLaren Opens World’s Largest Standalone Showroom in Dubai

McLaren has unveiled the world’s largest standalone showroom in Dubai.

Located on Sheikh Zayed Road, this facility shares the McLaren Dubai complex with the world’s largest dedicated Service Centre, which opened its doors in 2022.

The grand opening gala saw the presence of Michael Leiters, CEO of McLaren Automotive, who was joined by over 200 esteemed customers and VIPs.

The event also featured the regional debut of the stunning new McLaren 750S.

A spectacular lightshow took place at downtown Dubai during the event.

Moreover, the evening showcased a collection of iconic road cars, including the McLaren P1, McLaren Senna, Speedtail, and 765LT.

“I offer my warmest congratulations to the team at McLaren Dubai on the launch of this spectacular new showroom. Dubai is McLaren’s biggest market in the UAE, and this landmark opening is a key milestone in McLaren’s growth globally, as well as further strengthening our presence in the region,” Leiters said.

Dubai sets stage for McLaren supercars

Juma Khalifa Al Nabooda, Board Member of the Khalifa Juma Al Nabooda Group of Companies, also expressed pride in launching the world’s largest McLaren showroom in Dubai.

“We are extremely proud to be launching the largest McLaren showroom in the world here in Dubai. This facility represents our commitment to the success of McLaren in Dubai and the Northern Emirates, where our mission is to combine the exhilarating performance and engineering excellence of McLaren supercars with an exceptional ownership experience to ensure that we continue to exceed the expectations of our discerning clientele well into the future,” he said.

Spanning an impressive 950 square meters, the new showroom boasts a vehicle display gallery and a Special Operations studio, allowing customers to personalise their vehicles.

This addition complements the existing Dubai Service Centre, operational since May 2022, which offers service excellence with a dedicated team of company-trained engineers, equipped to handle up to 150 vehicles per month.



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