New Delhi: 21 Gun salute Vintage car & Auto Show is set apart by its breath of scope and expanse of vision. As indicated by the name ’21 Gun Slate’, this event is not just about cars, it is a rare salute to the spirit of Indian Royalty.
‘21 Gun Salute 4th International Vintage Car Rally and Auto Show’ is back this season with a few new surprises and a lot of fanfare.
Imagine this- a quaint winter morning in the Capital city of India with vintage vehicles and Royalty for company. Starting at the Red Fort, New Delhi a procession of beautiful and elegant vintage cars slowly make its way towards Leisure Valley, Gurgaon, Haryana. The Auto show will be hosted at Leisure Valley on the 2nd February, 2014.
‘21 Gun Salute International Vintage Car Rally and Auto Show’ was initiated with a vision “to create and provide a platform for car connoisseurs to showcase their collections and for people to witness the heritage, aura and glamour of the Royal Vintage Luxury Cars”.
This year’s event would earmark a milestone in the history of vintage automotive events in the country since for the first time this year, 5 to 10 international cars would be participating in an Indian Vintage Car Rally some cars are even 100 years old.
Mr. Madan Mohan, an avid vintage car collector and also Managing Director 21 Gun Salute said, “Experience Such Car Rally and Auto Show of International Standards would take us a step closer to spreading awareness about the vintage cars and showcase the evolution of the automobile industry to the younger generation.”
There would be more than 101 exclusively selected vintage cars and 35 vintage bikes plying the streets of the capital city on the day of the event.30 cars will be travelling to Delhi from every corner of the country, including Hyderabad, Bombay, Bangalore, Pune, Jaipur, Kolkata and many more only to became a part of this exclusive 2- day event.
This year’s event will be unparalleled. The event has always attracted stellar participation from the higher echelons of the society. This year would be more than 30 Maharajas, several CEOs of Fortune 500 Indian Corporate Companies and some of the leading car manufacturing companies like Toyota, General Motors, Ford Etc.