Al-Futtaim Lexus expands flagship LC family with the UAE launch of first-ever Lexus LC 500 Convertible

Robust structural rigidity delivers performance handling, powered with a 471-hp naturally aspirated 5.0L V8 engine Customers can choose from 11 exterior colours, three interior colors and two soft-top colour options Advanced infotainment systems such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, 13-speaker Mark Levinson audio system The new LC Convertible will be the first Lexus model in the UAE to boast the Emergency Call (eCall) System Dubai, UAE – 3 January 2021 – Al-Futtaim Automotive, the exclusive distributor of Lexus in the UAE, has launched the first-ever 2021 LC 500 Convertible…

Honda Earns Double F1 Podium in Bahrain

Max Verstappen second, Alex Albon finishes third Team’s first double podium result of 2020 season Pierre Gasly scores third top-six result in last five starts Honda-powered Formula 1 racers took different routes to the front in Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix, but in the end three Honda engines finished in the top six for the first time in 25 races (Germany, 2019). Max Verstappen and Alex Albon gave the manufacturer its first double-podium finish of 2020, while Pierre Gasly came home in sixth. The Aston Martin Red Bull squad locked down…

Luck of the Irish:Teacher bags AED 500,000 among 3 other winners

30 June 2020, Dubai-UAE: Last weekend saw four lucky winners share the AED 2 million rollover prize by matching five out of six numbers in Emirates Loto’s eleventh draw. Barry Dwyer a 28-year-old chemistry teacher who resides in Abu Dhabi, became the first-ever Irishman to win with Emirates Loto. A resident of the UAE for five years, Barry is the middle child of five who are all based in his native Ireland as well as his parents. “I am absolutely thrilled but I feel very lucky, no one ever actually…

Emirates Loto: don’t miss this weekend’s rollover draw and jackpot worth AED 45 millionThree lucky Dubai residents have won a collective sum of AED 1,350,000 so far!

30 April 2020, Dubai: Emirates Loto, the region’s first, fatwa-approved, fully digital collectable scheme with optional free entry to a weekly draw  has a whopping AED 45 million up for grabs for collectible buyers this weekend, following two consecutive weeks of no jackpot winners. Last weekend saw two lucky Dubai residents from the Philippines and India share the AED 1 million cash prize by matching five numbers out of six with the winning draw results; both winners opted to keep their privacy after learning that they had won the huge…