Dubai: A sensational motorcade of more than 200 supercars, motorbikes, and classic cars will weave through Dubai Harbour, JBR and JLT on Saturday (November 27) morning, as this year’s Dubai Supercar Parade screams into action.

The Parade, one of the main events of this weekend’s inaugural #NOFILTERDXB – the super trendy festival celebrating Dubai’s enduring passion for urban lifestyle and motoring culture – will start at 8:30am, with the cars returning to Dubai Harbour to go on public display following the weaving route through some of city’s largest residential communities.

The stunning motorcade will feature privately owned super cars rarely seen on the streets of Dubai registered to numerous local automotive clubs, with a majestic Group 63 convoy boasting a collection of Mercedes-Benz models through the years; the Dodge Viper Club fielding a selection of Viper GTSs, SRTs, and GTS-Rs; and the 9ers Club joining in with a series of Porsche 911s, GT3s and GT3Rs.

The Parade will also include an array of super and high-performance cars by Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Bentley, Ferrari, Lambourgini, McLaren, Mercedes, Porsche, as well as eye-popping motorbikes by Aprilla, BMW, Ducatti, Harley Davidson, Honda, Hyabusa, Indian, KTM, Moto Guzzi, MV, Royal Enfield, Suzuki, and Yamaha.

During the Dubai Supercar Parade, limited road closures will be in place along Dubai Harbour Road, The Walk, and JBR from 8.30am to 9.30am.

Saturday is the final day of #NOFILTERDXB and a chance for visitors to take pictures with their favourite cars after returning from the Parade, as well as enjoy all the other activities and experiences the festival has to offer.

#NoFilterDXB at Dubai Harbour closes on November 27. Daily tickets are priced at AED60 and are available at Platinum List. With public transport to and from Dubai Harbour highly recommended, Careem discounts can be availed via the promo code NOFILTERDXB. For more visit and parking information, please visit


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