Pakistan’s number one automotive website, www.Pakwheels.com held an automobile show in Faisalabad on December 06, 2015. It showcased some of the fanciest cars at the city’s Iqbal Stadium. Faisalabad’s District Coordination Officer (DCO) Noorul Ameen Mengal inaugurated the show, while Muhammad Nawaz Malik, a member of the provincial assembly from Faisalabad, was also present on the occasion.
The show featured more than 300 cars and motorcycles in different categories. For the first time in the country, a range of super sports cars like Ferrari F430 and Lamborghini Aventador were displayed at the show. A customized version of the Suzuki Hayabusa, which is a globally-renowned sport motorcycle, was also displayed.
Different auto clubs from adjacent areas participated. The show also featured Shah Faisal of Karachi and Muhammad Iqbal Ghangla of Multan.
The show was attended by some 50,000 visitors. An award distribution ceremony was also held where DCO Faisalabad gave away awards to leading participants.
Speaking about the show, Suneel Sarfaraz Munj, Chairman, PakWheels.com, said, “PakWheels has always been in the forefront of providing car enthusiasts a platform to share and display their passion for automobiles. We are proud to host the first show of its kind in Faisalabad. It is going to be an unforgettable event for the people of the textile city.”
The show in Faisalabad was the sixth installment in the series of car shows being organized by PakWheels across the country. The car portal has already hosted shows in Peshawar, Islamabad, Lahore, Multan and Karachi.
PakWheels.com, formed in 2003, has become the largest community-based automobile website in Pakistan with more than 300,000+ registered car and motorcycle enthusiasts. Around 18 million pages are viewed on the site every month, with over 100,000 unique visits every day from over 600,000 people. Having evolved as the leading online marketplace to buy and sell vehicles, www.Pakwheels.com offers market updates, reviews, comparative analyses and a dedicated blogging forum.