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We check out the Ineos Grenadier prototype in the UAE

We check out the Ineos Grenadier prototype in the UAE

Ineos set out to build a no-nonsense vehicle for hardcore off-road enthusiasts that mainstream carmakers claim isn’t feasible any more. The result is the Ineos Grenadier, which caught an unexpected amount of attention when it was revealed. We were recently invited by the British company to experience a ride in the Grenadier prototype, right here in the UAE. 

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Historic Dubai Grand Prix set to take place at Autodrome

Historic Dubai Grand Prix set to take place at Autodrome

Back in 1981, the Dubai Autodrome facility hosted the country’s first ever Grand Prix as part of the nation’s 10th Anniversary. Then Chief of Police, the 28-year-old Dhahi Khalfan Tamin and Major Saeed Khalfan, who was also the Chairman of Al Nasr Motor Sports Club, approached Marin Hone to run a one-off Dubai Grand Prix with global famous drivers including Nigel Mansell, Juan Manuel Fangio, and Stirling Moss, among others. This event stirred great interest in racing enthusiasts and has successfully put Dubai’s name on the region’s history of motorsport.

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GM to launch OnStar services in the UAE in December

GM to launch OnStar services in the UAE in December

GM also announced OnStar will officially launch in the UAE on December 2nd, 2021. OnStar, projected to generate $2 billion in annual revenue globally, is an in-vehicle safety and security technology that provides customers with a suite of connected services.

Gary West, Managing Director of OnStar and Future Mobility for GM Africa & Middle East commented, “OnStar is a service like no other, offering unparalleled levels of safety and security backed by human touch. It is already the leading connectivity platform globally with more than 16 million connected vehicles on the road today. With the approval and support of the UAE Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority,

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All-new 2022 Ford Ranger revealed with host of features and upgrades

All-new 2022 Ford Ranger revealed with host of features and upgrades

Ford revealed the all-new Ranger today. Featuring an all-new design and loads of added new features in terms of performance, handling, cargo space and safety, Ford’s global team of engineers and designers, led by the Product Development Center in Australia, have put in the work to create a pickup truck which can be used for both commercial and private use. 

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