New Jeep Wrangler offers more power, safety

The Jeep Wrangler Night Eagle sports a specific blacked-out look that enhances its exclusivity with a more distinctive personality.
Updated 20 October 2019

New Jeep Wrangler offers more power, safety

The Night Eagle has landed on the latest Jeep Wrangler, delivering the first special-edition model created from the new generation of the Jeep 4x4 model.
With the addition of black accents, the Night Eagle trim adds a bolder, sportier look to the Wrangler lineup and will further appeal to customers that want to stand out on city boulevards and open highways.
It is the first Wrangler to have a new safety pack that offers forward collision warning and Adaptive Cruise Control-Plus for enhanced safety, in addition to blind spot and cross path detection.
The Jeep Wrangler Night Eagle sports a specific blacked-out look that enhances its exclusivity with a bolder and more distinctive personality. It builds on the generous standard equipment on the Sahara trim with gloss black grille intakes, headlamps and fog lights bezels, while the gloss black exterior badges pick up the dark theme to complete the look.
Eighteen-inch Gloss Black aluminum alloy wheels further enhance its aggressive stance.
The cabin is designed for style and comfort and features standard black leather seats with black accent stitching while the Uconnect 8.4-inch touchscreen and Navigation, Apple Car Play and Android Auto allow drivers to stay safely connected while on the go.
The Jeep Wrangler Night Eagle features a host of equipment as standard, including an Alpine premium audio system with all-weather subwoofer, passive keyless entry, and LED headlamps, taillamps, fog lamps and daytime running lamps (DRLs).
The Night Eagle is available in a choice of six exterior colors, including Black, Bright White, Billet Silver Metallic, Firecracker Red, Granite Chrystal Metallic and Sting Gray, all matched with a body-color three-piece hard top.
It comes with a new 3.6-liter engine combined with an eight-speed automatic transmission to ensure comfort and on-road dynamics in day-to-day use.


Michelin-starred chefs delight Riyadh foodies

Guests at Taste of the World, Riyadh, a six-day extravaganza featuring some of the world’s best restaurants in the capital’s Digital City, sipped mocktails while listening to live acoustic music on the Music Stage.
Updated 17 November 2019

Michelin-starred chefs delight Riyadh foodies

Taste of the World, Riyadh has been heralded as a great success by both event organizers and the 14,000 visitors that attended the six-day extravaganza in the capital’s Digital City.
Commissioned by the General Entertainment Authority, this bespoke edition of the festival, created especially for the Riyadh Season, featured 14 of the world’s best restaurants, boasting a combined 13 Michelin stars.  
Throughout the festival, the participating restaurants featured an exclusive menu of three dishes, served in taster-size portions — two of each restaurant’s signature dishes, as well as a Saudi-inspired dish that the chef had exclusively designed for Taste of the World, Riyadh. Visitors looking for a more exclusive experience were welcomed to The Taste Residence where they were treated to a four-course dining experience with Michelin-starred chefs.
Another major attraction that drew large crowds was the Fire Pit, where local star chefs Areej Al-Shareef, Abdelelah bin Jarid and Fahad Bokhari showed off their talents alongside the global superstars. Hosted by Saudi culinary star and presenter Rakan Aloraifi, spectators enjoyed cooking demonstrations, tasting sessions and a live DJ.
In another area of the festival, guests sipped mocktails while listening to live acoustic music on the Music Stage.  
Award-winning chef Shane Osborn from Hong Kong’s Arcane said “Taste of the World, Riyadh has far exceeded my expectations. I have been fortunate to have experienced many similar events around the world but this one in Riyadh is both very unique and very different to anything that I have experienced before. It is the people of Riyadh who have really made it special and welcoming.”

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14,000 - of the capital’s cosmopolitan citizens visited the six-day culinary festival, featuring 14 of the world’s best restaurants and boasting a combined 13 Michelin stars.

Pascal Aussignac from London’s Michelin-starred Club Gascon said: “The smiles of the people whilst trying my food and their inquisitive questions about the meals prepared made it truly very special. I am
very happy to be here in Riyadh and to have taken part in this exciting event.”
Saudi chef Al-Shareef said: “I am very happy to be here and taking part in Taste of the World, Riyadh. I am also very proud in being the only female Saudi chef taking part and my experiences at the Fire Pit were very exciting and fun.”
Chef Aloraifi said, “This is the first time that Taste of the World has taken place in the Kingdom and people have been very excited about the occasion, the activities and the cooking demonstrations ... Hopefully next year we will be back again and will be able to add more local touches to the program.”
Based on the overwhelming enthusiasm and fast-selling ticket sales that has greeted the Taste of the World experience, organizers said they are looking forward to announcing a 2020 event soon.