BBC TopGear in association with The World Towers and Maserati hosted a night of excellence in automobile and luxury
Author(s): City Air NewsThe star of the night was a unique, one of a kind, paper art installation inspired by Maserati’s iconic luxury sports executive sedan- ‘Ghibli’, displayed in the sumptuous Art Gallery, at the World Towers BBC TopGear...
The star of the night was a unique, one of a kind, paper art installation inspired by Maserati’s iconic luxury sports executive sedan- ‘Ghibli’, displayed in the sumptuous Art Gallery, at the World Towers
BBC TopGear India, the most credible name in the automotive-lifestyle segment, associated with The World Towers by the Lodha Group, the premium real estate brand that aims to redefine the art of luxury living and Maserati, the Italian luxury car manufacturer to put up a grand show last night. Arvind Subramanian, Regional CEO, Lodha Group was the speaker for the event and Girish Karkera, Editor, BBC TopGear presided over the evening. Maserati was represented by Mr Sukhbir Bagga – Managing Director, Petal Group, dealer partner for Maserati in India in the western region.
The essence of the luxurious lifestyle offered by The World Towers was brought to life last night as these iconic brands put forth an exceptional night of visual art extravaganza, organized exclusively for art connoisseurs and automobile experts. Attended by the city’s elitist, the highlight of the eventful evening was the Ghibli's first ever appearance in the form of a gorgeous paper installation which enthralled the audiences. The guests also witnessed an exciting auto display of the latest Ghibli by Maserati around the grand dancing fountains at The World Towers entrance.
The first Maserati Ghibli, the mark “I”, was launched in 1967 as a two door, two-seater grand tourer with a V8 engine, exemplified by the paper art installation. Today’s Maserati Ghibli range offers unmistakable class, top-quality performance and a thrilling yet comfortable drive in an eye-catching four-door sports executive sedan.
Commenting on the successful event Girish Karkera, Editor BBC TopGear said, “It's not every day that we see two iconic brands coming together. For every auto enthusiast, we have our favourites and the Maserati Ghibli is one such name that exudes a unique aura. To unveil an art installation that celebrates the name we had to come to this exclusive venue that is the World Towers by Lodha. It's a moment that's going to be etched in my memory for sure.”
The capacious arena also displayed an exhibit of BBC TopGear’s records of the amazing Maserati cars from the past. Later in the evening there was a soulful live performance by the exceptional Luke Kenny, where his band paid a tribute to the iconic brands and their customers. As entertainment for the audience, this was followed by a stand-up comedy act by the comic star, Rahul Subramanian.