Dubai Motor Show 2013: Photo coverage

Dubai Motor Show 2013: Photo coverage

The 2013 Dubai International Motor Show, held once every two years, has grown to become the largest auto show in the entire Middle East region. Regional new-model debuts included the Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe Chicane, the Peugeot 2008, the Ford Fusion and Ecosport, the Lincoln MKZ, the Toyota Corolla, the McLaren P1, the Nissan Patrol and Pathfinder Hybrid, the Alfa Romeo 4C and the SRT Viper, among others. Concepts shown included the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe, the Ford Atlas, the Hyundai Genesis, the Lexus LF-LC, the Jaguar C-X17, the BMW X4 and the Jaguar Concept 7. Here’s as much of the highlights from the show as we could possibly cover. Photos by Salma Sultana, Faisal Khatib and Mashfique Hussain Chowdhury.

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  1. nice coverage mate

    been there today, great cars this time around

  2. are the autorickshaws (tuk-tuks) for sale?

  3. thanks for the efforts mashfique and his team. I just want to say that though I loved the show a lot, yet the only thing that bugged me there is those shameless Chinese automakers with their very obvious copycats.

  4. Why do Toyota only offer low spec 2014 Prado in the UAE?

    Saudi Arabia get the full spec ones but no the UAE.

  5. The photo tour felt like I attended the show myself. Thank you very much.

  6. Author

    Glad you guys liked it.

  7. What car did you turn up in?

  8. No coverage for Audi and Infiniti. Especially the RS series for Audi and the Q50 for Infiniti. Still not 100% coverage, next time make it a full coverage atleast prioritise New Launches & Concepts. Minor changes to existing model are not worth the time and showcasing existing line up…. doubtful that anybody looking for buying a vehicle would not know about them.

    • Author

      The Infiniti Q50 photos are clearly there. And Audi banned us back in 2005, so if you saw the cars yourself at the show, good for you.

  9. The American cars are finally catching up with their exteriors and performance.

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