Rolls-Royce Dawn – #TBT Review

Republishing my review of the Rolls-Royce Dawn from 2016 – originally featured in Motoring Middle East

Troubles getting you down, feeling miserable, full of angst? If you can afford it (and don’t ask me how) I have the perfect antidote for you.

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Pakistan Independence Day & its Greatest Cars!

To mark Pakistan’s  73rd Independence Day – I pick the nation’s most important cars

In honour of Pakistan’s 73rd Independence day, I thought I’d pick the 10 most important cars for Pakistan’s motorists and car enthusiasts – to do this I enlisted the help of a few friends – so shout-out and thanks to Mohsin Ikram,  Muhammad Arsalan Bela, Shahzad Majid, Shamy Khuhro, Reza Adil, Ali Adil, Farrukh Ahmed, Shaheer Hakki, and Danish Ali – yep the famous YouTube comedian, he’s a car guy too!

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Ford Road Trip – Tracking Lawrence Across Arabia

(plus we raid a train & take Aqaba & Petra!) #FBF

#FlashBackFriday to Vlog and review of Ford vehicles during a road trip across Jordan in 2016 for Motoring Middle East. Tracing Lawrence of Arabia’s route, we saw the Dead Sea, Wadi Rum, raided a train, ate food cooked in the ground, stormed Aqaba and finally got to the wonders of Petra!

What an absolutely epic trip that was! This is a must-watch. Read the full text of the original feature below:

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Post Opulence Rolls-Royce & Post-Pandemic VW + how Mr Fusion & Atomic batteries could save the world!

28072020 #BCGBulletin – an open letter from the Boss of Rolls-Royce, what Volkswagen thinks the future of transport will look like, plus Star Trek, Back to the Future and Batman!

  • All-new Rolls-Royce Ghost is on the way – and the CEO has written an open letter but ‘post-opulence’.
  • Volkswagen gives its insights into what a post-COVID-19 world of transport might look like.
  • A new Institute in the UK will dream up new innovations in motoring and engineering.
  • Lorries that think they’re trams – is that a good idea?

Rolls-Royce Ghost Islamic Art Edition unveiled by Abu Dhabi Motors

Unique one-off Rolls-Royce revealed in Abu Dhabi

A one-off special edition Rolls-Royce Ghost featuring design motifs inspired by Islamic Art has been revealed in the United Arab Emirates, one of the biggest markets for the British luxury car marque.

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2012 Kuwait Concours D’Elegance

Originally published 15 February 2012 on Motoring Middle East

In 2012 Motoring Middle East flew over to Kuwait for a few days to cover the extraordinary Kuwait Concours D’Elegance. Check out our amazing coverage republished here.

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My review of the Rolls-Royce Dawn

We do video reviews on Motoring Middle East (MotoringME.com) more and more now. It’s always worth trying something a bit different, experimenting and innovating. On some rare occasions it’ll work out and be a fine piece of work. Most of the time, admittedly, not so much. Sometimes it’ll be spectacularly abysmal.

Rolls-Royce Dawn review

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