Cover Image Courtsey: Incredible India Rally
Have you ever visited Udaipur’s Vintage Car Museum? If yes, then you are at loss! Yes, you heard it right. No, we are not joking. 2020 is at its best and it is getting better with passing days. This time, it is Udaipur which is giving the royal news. The City of Lakes is going to organize a 23-day ‘Incredible India Rally’ where you will get to witness some of the most beautiful vintage cars that all of us die to see once in our lifetime.
To promote India as a destination of global heritage motoring tourism, an expedition of several vintage cars will commence from the capital of India. The Incredible India Rally will go around 17 cities with many pit stops at royal palaces in Agra, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Rann of Kutch, Rajkot and in more cities like these. Mark the dates 17 February for Delhi where a car show will be held at India Gate and March 10 when all the cars will end their journey in Udaipur on the festival of Holi.
Some of the most splendid vintage cars that will be showcased are 1936 Rolls Royce and 1903 Cadillac by the industrialist Gautum Singhania. You will also find Ratan Tata’s brother Jimmy Tata showcasing his vintage cars at the event. Along with this, Yohan Poonawalla, an Indian Billionaire, will be arriving with a set of 5 cars that includes some beautiful Rolls Royce. No, the list does not end here as about 150 cars will be arriving for this event, out of which, 15 will be coming from abroad.
The event is sure to lure all the motoring buffs, whether as participants or visitors, which displays the true strong pillars of heritage motoring and Indian culture. If you too are interested in the Incredible India Rally event, then without a delay you must head to Delhi now because time is ticking and there is literally no time left.
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