On Thursday, September 16, scores of supercars were seen at the land of the mighty Siang District of Arunachal Pradesh. The clip of the supercars roaming through several wonderful sites in Arunachal Pradesh amazed many social media users.
This immediately became the talk of the town after the supercars were sighted on the roads at Pasighat in Arunachal Pradesh’s East Siang district.
Arunachal Pradesh CM shares video
Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu took to Twitter to announce the arrival of the supercars boasting about the road quality of the state. Khandu posted videos of the sportscars speeding away as John Denver’s ‘Rocky Mountain High’ plays in the background. The cars were zooming along the state’s high-altitude roads.
“For the first time, supercars touch down in Arunachal. The club will be riding 1000 km on eastern Arunachal roads. Those riding supercars, enjoy the mesmerizing roads running alongside breath-taking sceneries,” Pema Khandu Tweeted.
Cars seen on the video
Famous supercars including Lamborghini, Ferrari, Honda, Aston, Martin, Audi and Porsche to name a few were spotted zooming past the roads of the town. However, several residents lined up by the streets to get a glimpse of the speedy spectacle.
In certain metropolitan cities, those luxurious sports cars may not turn too many heads, instead they have managed to astound the residents of hilly Arunachal Pradesh into a stunning frenzy. In the meantime, the video is getting viral over social media and has left many online users impressed.
“With these beauties rolling on the Damroh-Mariyang highway, the view becomes much more amazing and splendid,” Khandu wrote. “We are proud to say, Arunachal is able to offer itself as one of the best driving destinations for the Supercars,” he said on Facebook.
Development of online Gossip
As the clips of the supercars on the streets went viral, it has created a huge gossip on the internet.
According to a report by East Mojo, “Some of the cars belong to Gautam Singhania, Chairman and Managing Director of The Raymond Ltd, who is reportedly on a holiday with his friends.”
However, the cars will traverse 1,000 km across eastern Arunachal Pradesh, zooming past beautiful views before taking part in a private event.