Nissan Patrol Breaks GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for Largest Synchronized Car Dance

Nissan Patrol Breaks GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for Largest Synchronized Car Dance

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The Nissan Patrol has broken another GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for the Largest Synchonised Car Dance. Nissan conducted an activation as part of which it had the largest number of cars moving together within a formation. As many as 180 Nissan Patrols were used in the attempt to break the record as they drove in a synchronized routine to take on the shape of a giant desert falcon. This marks the third time that the Nissan Patrol has achieved a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title. This new record was achieved at the Dubai Rugby 7s stadium, and managed to break the previous Guinness world record by 36 cars. The record breaking attempt was helmed by international racing driver Axcil Jefferies. Two concentric lines of cars drove a total distance of 1, 476 meters in opposite directions around the outline of a falcon. .


The shape formed by the 180 Nissan Patrols taking part in the attempt measured 176.5 metres by 225 metres. When it was viewed from above, the activation replicated the shape a giant falcon that took wing over the sands of the Arabian desert. This was the third record that the Nissan Patrol has earned. In September 2015, the Patrol broke the record for the fastest ascent of a 100 meter sand dune by a car, by scaling the dune in just 4.9 seconds. The first record it earned was when the Nissan Patrol successfully towed the world’s heaviest aircraft for more than 164 feet (50 meters) at Sharjah International Airport in the UAE in August 2013. The attempt to break the record was also a part of Nissan’s official celebration of adding three new editions to the Nissan Patrol family this month. The Patrol Safari Falcon, Gazelle and Gazelle-X models were developed exclusively for customers in the Middle East and are available only in this region. .

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