The seventh edition of Gautam Singhania founded super car
show - Parx Super Car Show 2015, saw the display of the limited edition
offering from Ferrari - “LaFerrari”
along with several other supere cars.
Day One of this 2-day annual extravaganza was a visual treat for thousands who
visited the RWITC, Mahalaxmi Race Course in Mumbai to catch a glimpse of these
Amongst the most admired super cars were the Lamborghini
Huracan, BMW M3, Aston Martin DB9, Rolls Royce Drophead, Lamborghini Aventador,
Ariel Atom V8, American Hot Rod and the Nissan GT-R amongst others.
Singhania, Chairman & Managing Director, Raymond Limited and Founder &
Chairman of Super Car Club said, “Parx Super Car Show always has the tradition
of bringing together the most elite super cars thus, making it the biggest and
the only super car event in India. There is a growing interest among car
enthusiasts in the country every year. This year we showcased LaFerrari to
excite every super car enthusiast in the city. It is indeed heartening to see
the encouraging response that we have received over the years.”
Currently in its 7th successful year, the show stopper for
this year’s event was the LaFerrari – a limited edition offering from Ferrari
that was showcased for the first time in India. This most ambitious car
launched by Ferrari 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.
Cars from the stable of Mercedes, Lamborghini, Aston Martin,
Bentley, Rolls Royce, Porsche, Audi and BMW enthralled youngsters thronging the
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