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Posted On: 23 November 2008 09:41 am
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Car show attracts thousands

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Thousands of visitors attended the glamorous PrivatDrive Super Car Show held at The Pearl Qatar this weekend. The show boasted a spectacular line-up of BMW Group models including Rolls-Royce, BMW, and MINI displayed by Alfardan Automobiles, exclusive importer for BMW Group in Qatar, attracting crowds of admirers and a number of new customers, in addition to the topnotch models of Ferraris, Maserati, Jaguar, Land Rover, KTM, motorcycles, Ducati bikes, Vespa, Piaggio, and Triumph, masterpieces. BMW’s new 7 Series flagship model, launched to global acclaim earlier this month, took centre stage at the show with its ground-breaking interpretation of style, luxury and driving experience. Alfardan Automobiles also had on display the record selling BMW X5, which has enjoyed pioneering status as the world’s first sports activity vehicle (SAV), the recently launched and overwhelmingly popular BMW X6, which was awarded Car of the Year 2008 by CAR Middle East, and the all-powerful M3 Series, another Car of the Year winner. Completing the BMW Group line-up at the show were the new high powered MINI John Cooper Works and sporty John Cooper S models. Alfardan Marine Yachts added more glamour to whole display as they launched the Potro Arabia by Riva, Dominator, and Della Pieta Yachts. Al Fardan Marine has won the exclusive rights to sell the premium Riva brand of Yachts in all of UAE and Qatar. A Dominator yacht was also displayed at the Privatdrive show. Al Fardan Marine holds the franchise for Dominator Yachts across the entire Middle East. A third yacht manufactured by Dalla Pieta was also displayed. Built by a man chasing his passion, Dalla Pieta has been around for over half a century, finding creative innovations and solutions to make yachts ever better, faster and more luxurious. Al Fardan Marine owns the franchise for Dalla Pieta across the Middle East. The Pen