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Riyadh Car Show opens up luxury exhibition of supercars

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Riyadh: The largest car show in the Middle East has started in Riyadh. As part of the Riyadh season events, a large exhibition has been set up to appeal to all types of car lovers and a selection of the world most expensive most expensive and rare cars are on display. Also on display is the largest to-scale model of the Formula One car, built as part of the commemoration of construction co the Jeddah Corniche Circuit which will host the penultimate race of this year's Formula One championship.

The Formula One car model was built using about five million Lego cubes. The building process was carried out by certified experts and specialists from Lego. Guinness Book of World Records representatives were also present to document and officially certify the largest Formula One car model.

The Riyadh Car Show will also partner with Scuderia Ferrari to host an exhibition of Ferrari cars from November 26 and 27, which will also feature Ferrari's Formula 1 drivers, Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc as part of the live show, before the race in Jeddah. The most expensive car on display at the exhibition currently is the Ferrari 250 GTO, estimated to be worth between SR200 and SR300 million.

The car show is also hosting the Pagani Museum here – this is the first time that the Italian carmaker is holding it in the Middle East.

The exhibition, which runs until November 28, is located on King Khalid Road in Diria, covering an area of ​​140,000 square meters in the Alrihab District. More than 600 luxury and rare cars are on display in partnership with more than 50 brands and 15 car manufacturers.




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