Volkswagen GCC roadshow arrives in Dubai.

Volkswagen Middle East along with its authorized dealers in Dubai, Al Nabooda automobiles, has announced the final set of its roadshow around GCC.  This roadshow set-off last year and went across many countries across GCC offering first hand experience to thousands through test drives and interaction with VW representatives.

This final leg in Dubai will take place at iconic locations line Downtown Dubai, Mall of the Emirates and Emirates hills. This roadshow is all set to take off 22 March and will end on the 7 April. This Dubai event offers a chance for the people to test drive the wide range of Volkswagen models including the flagship Touareg, the recently launched 2012 Jetta and the legendary Golf GTI and Golf R. An interaction secession with Volkswagen representatives is also organized to learn more about the firm’s innovative cars and special offers. 

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Thierry Seys, General Manager of the Volkswagen Brand at Al Nabooda Automobiles, said: “The roadshow is a perfect way for us to interact with our customers, and offer them a first-hand experience with our cars. Volkswagen means ‘the people’s car’, and we feel it’s important that we engage with the communities we’re local to. The Dubai roadshow is an excellent opportunity to do just that.”

Before landing in Dubai, VW roadshow visited 13 other countries in GCC including Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain and Oman. The ambitious set of events where solely planned to give potential customers a detailed experience of any Volkswagen model of their choice.

Stefan Mecha, managing director, Volkswagen Middle East shared her thoughts “Volkswagen is committed to delivering innovative yet affordable cars, and we’re proud of the range of vehicles we offer in the Middle East.This roadshow gives us an opportunity to raise the awareness of Volkswagen throughout the region by encouraging the public to interact with our cars and our representatives.”

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