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Jaguar Land Rover showcases luxury models at Crystal Park

Saturday, 18 January

Bangkok, 17 January, 2014 – City Automobiles, the authorised distributor and service provider for Jaguar Land Rover in Thailand, is presenting two vehicle models at Crystal  Park on Saturday 18 January. The showcase will feature the Jaguar F-TYPE, a pure, focused, small sports car which offers incredible performance, and the beautifully designed Range Rover Evoque, the sales star amongst luxury SUVs globally. The Evoque will be available for customer test drives, and is set to appeal to affluent families and luxury car buyers in the areas around Crystal Park.

The event day itself will be an excellent attraction for families, offering two different programs – morning/afternoon, and evening/night. The first part will run from 10:00-16:00 and includes various activities including beauty treatments from S-wiss Lift Up, a show by Koala international school, traditional Thai massages by Onsen, and refreshments by Dao Coffee.

The second part will run from 16:00-22:00 under the theme of 'Home & Lifestyle for Millionaires' with 35 luxury brand sponsors with displays arranged into three zones. They comprise a 'Mini Motor Show' zone featuring supercars and big bikes, a Home & Lifestyle zone featuring spa products and vacation home offerings, a  Home and Lifestyle food zone by CDC (also featuring home decor by Crystal Design Center), plus special activities including a Muay Thai show.

The event day will allow Jaguar Land Rover customers and potential customers to experience this world-leading range of luxury SUVs and sports cars. Jaguar Land Rover’s customers in Thailand are supported by City Automobiles’ cutting edge service centre on Wireless Road in Lumphini, and a new showroom and service centre on Rama 4 will be launched in 2014. Both service centres provide comprehensive international quality standard service and repair for all Land Rover and Jaguar customers in Thailand. The City Automobiles dealership is located on Wireless Road, Lumphini, Tel: 02 651 4545.

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