Wednesday, July 06, 2011
By Pranjal Gera
Two Italian Beauties Out on A Tough Journey
Prof. Rajni Abbi, the mayor of Delhi flagged off an 18 day trip of two of the most beautiful pieces of work from the auto giants Fiat Motors. The Fiat Grande Punto and the Fiat Linea will drive off to Leh and come back to Delhi in a journey that would cover 20,000 kilometers.
The journey will be taken by eight cadets from the Chetna College of Mumbai. They will take the two Italian beauties on a trip filled with exquisite sceneries, including lush green fields, breathtaking valleys and some of the toughest rough terrains around the magnificent snow covered peaks. Pangong lake, Nubra and Thangsey valleys will be on their list of visiting places.
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Mr. Rajeev Kapoor, CEO and President of the Fiat Automobiles India said about the adventuress expedition that their two carsa, the Fiat Grande Punto and Fiat Linea are already known for their excellent drive quality, superb power and fuel efficiency. He said that the trip will showcase the excellence of these two models to the world. He further added that it would be the proudest moment for the company to see two of their best cars conquering some of the highest and toughest terrain in the country. He wished all the cadets good luck for their exciting expedition up ahead.
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The adventurous expedition is a mark of salute to the Indian Army which has been saving us from the enemy day and night. Strength, an enduring persona and resilience; these are the qualities of the Indian Army and these two cars would be showing the same on their trip to Ladakh. The c dets will stop by to meet locals, army units and would take a stoppage at the Vaishno Devi shrine. The journey began from Delhi University's North Campus and would pass from Pathankot, Srinagar and Kargil and finally reach Leh, from where they would return back to Delhi by 18th July.