THE GUINNESS WORLD’S LARGEST SYNCHRONISED CAR DANCE WITH NISSAN PATROL VEHICLES
The UAE is renowned for its unrelenting efforts in bagging some of the most exceptional; biggest, tallest and weirdest world records. Notable examples are Burj Khalifa, the tallest hotel; Dubai Mall – the largest mall, and now the world’s biggest car-dancing routine.
Yes, you got that! – The UAE now has the Guinness World Record for the “Largest Synchronised Car Dance”, ousting the previous world record holders by an unbelievable 36 cars.
Powered by 180 Nissan Patrol vehicles, the event held at the famous Sevens Stadium Dubai’s 1,476m; spread out across its expanse, and taking the form of a flying desert falcon – from a bird’s eye view.
The incredible formation was led by none other than the award-winning Zimbabwean racing driver, Axcil Jefferies, who led the procession they drove along defined centric outlines in opposite directions. Yet phenomenal directions to create the giant ‘falconin flight’ dancing effect; over the sands of the Arabian desert.
Axcil has also driven at the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Championship, the Dubai Autodrome and the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi.
Most noteworthy is the fact that Nissan launched three of its exclusive on-demand product models – Gazelle, Gazelle-X and the Patrol Safari Falcon; whose names inspired the chosen shape during the Guinness world record-breaking synchronized car dance event.