7th Edition Parx Super Car Show And Parade In Mumbai On Jan 10-11, 2015

Mumbaikars, get your camera serviced, or well if relying on the smart phones then gear up the powr-bank, because this weekend on January 10-11, the 7th edition of famous Parx Suepr Car is going to take everyone in its stride with the glimpses of supercars and adrenaline gushed fun.

Announced yesterday, the famous powerful prowess from Italy, where Ferrari itself calls it a Ferrari, the LaFerrrari, will be showcased in the country for the first time over that show.

All set for the day. Mr. Gautam Singhania, MD of Raymond Limited, and also the chairman of Super Club India, the famous personality behind this event, was very excited to look at it getting grander every year.

Joining the fray with LaFerrari, there will be numerous Rolls Royce, Aston Martin, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Bentley, Porsche, BMW, Audi and Mercedes to feast upon. Even the bike afficandos will not be disappointed either, as number of superbikes will be seen glazing in the sun.

Parx Super Car Show

The two day event is cracked as a car show on 10th January from 10am to 6pm at RWITC Race Course, Turf Club, Mahalaxmi. The second day i.e. Sunday, 11th January, the parade of those supercars will be flagged off from the venue (Turf Club) at 11.00am and would clock the kilometers as per the below mentioned route, and would return back by 1:30pm.

The route for Parx Super Car Show Parade on 11th January (Sunday): Turf Club – Haji Ali – Peddar Road – Babulnath – Chowpatty –  Marine Drive – Nariman Point – Marine Drive – Peddar Road – Haji Ali – Worli Sea Face – Sea Link – U Turn Under the Bandra East Flyover – Sea Link – Worli Sea Face – Haji Ali – Turf Club.

Hopefully, as guessed, everyone including us is excited to hear that roar of LaFerrari’s sound worth 950bhp which it erupts from a 6,262 cc V12 petrol engine of 789 bhp and an electric motor 161bhp. The drivetrain is derived from the HY-KERS system which automaker uses it on its F1 cars. However, it would be impossible for a one in Mumbai to test its top-speed of 350kmph, but at least that 0-100 in less than three seconds can be put to test if gotten a chance.

Got the adrenaline gushing? Feel free to pen down your thoughts in the comments section below…

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