Rolls Royce Phantom Zenith Collection arrives in KSA

Rolls Royce Phantom Zenith Collection arrives in KSA
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Vanquish Zagato: Only 99 cars will be built.
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Edy Saaiby: One of two talented regional drivers for Audi’s cup.
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SUCCESS: Renault trucks are being built in Saudi Arabia.
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Zenith Collection: Only 50 will be built.
Updated 02 July 2016

Rolls Royce Phantom Zenith Collection arrives in KSA

Rolls Royce Phantom Zenith Collection arrives in KSA

• Mohamed Yousuf Naghi Motors, the sole authorized dealer of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars in Saudi Arabia, is celebrating the arrival of the Phantom Zenith Collection, which represents some of the very last Phantom Drophead Coupe and Phantom Coupe motor cars ever to be built.
Only 50 of these highly-sought collectibles will be built, commissioned by connoisseur customers who will add them to some of the world’s most significant luxury collections, safe in the knowledge that their numbers will never grow and their value will never be eroded by proliferation.
From its foundation 113 years ago, the story of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has been defined by a restless commitment to setting and raising the standard by which all other luxury goods are judged.
On Jan. 1, 2003, this philosophy was realized emphatically with the handover of the first seventh generation Phantom to its customer at the newly established Home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, England. Rolls-Royce had once again established its legend as maker of the ‘Best Car in the World’.

• The new era of Renault Trucks in Saudi Arabia started by assembling its first C & K range models at its newly built state-of-the-art assembly facility of Arabian Vehicles & Trucks Industry Co. Ltd. (AVI), based in King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC).
A milestone for Arabian Vehicles & Trucks Industry and for the French truck manufacturer, the first Saudi-built Renault Trucks was assembled through the collaboration of a number of Renault trained technicians, engineers, quality and logistics personnel from Bourg-en-bresse, and a highly trained local AVI team.
Lars-Erik Forsbergh, Renault Trucks Middle East President said: “Our facility in KAEC further cements our commitment of providing unrivalled transport solutions throughout the Middle East. Through the support of our local importer Zahid Tractor and AVI we hope to continue to service the demanding construction, infrastructure and transport sectors in the region and set new standards in the region’s trucking industry."

• Aston Martin has announces a limited series production of the Vanquish Zagato Coupe; the latest creation from its long-standing partnership with the prestigious Italian design-house Zagato. 
The Vanquish Zagato Concept was unveiled to great acclaim at the prestigious Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este in May 2016 and thanks to unprecedented customer interest, a strictly limited production run of 99 cars will be built to order at Aston Martin's production facility in Gaydon, England.

• Two of Middle East’s racing talents have the exclusive chance to race at the third round of this year’s Audi Sport TT Cup.
Kuwait’s Zaid Ashkanani will replace Bassam Kronfli who cannot participate due to a neck injury. Lebanese Edy Saaiby is the second driver to represent the region at the race on the historic Norisring in Nuremberg.
The Audi Sport TT Cup is part of the DTM weekend there.
Following the Le Mans 24 Hours, it’s the season’s pinnacle event as it is the only street circuit race of the year and Audi Sport’s home round.
Nuremberg is only 90 km away from the Audi headquarters in Ingolstadt.
“That’s why we always enjoy returning there — not least due to the special atmosphere,” says Dieter Gass, head of DTM at Audi Sport.