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180 Nissan Patrol cars drove in a synchronized routine to form the shape of a giant desert falcon.
What Is It?
UAE broke the Guinness World Record for “Largest Synchronised Car Dance”, beating the previous record holders by 36 cars. 180 Nissan Patrol cars drove in a synchronized routine to form the shape of a giant desert falcon when seen from a bird’s eye view. The record attempt was spread across a total distance of 1,476 meters at the Dubai Rugby 7s stadium.
Led by international racing driver Axcil Jefferies, the cars drove in two concentric lines in opposite directions around the outline of a falcon.
The UAE is well known for bagging some of the biggest, tallest & weirdest world records. For instance, in October, Dubai RTA achieved a Guinness World Record by compiling the biggest awareness message using LEGO using more than 20,000 bricks.
Other famous world records include fastest police cars in service, largest gold ring, largest standing lantern, largest picture frame, tallest hotel, biggest mall & of course tallest building, which are all only a few of the many records it has broken.