Me and my Cars: Arbaaz Sameer

    Arbaaz Sameer, CEO, Intelecorp Software, talks to us about his dream car and his automotive bucket list.

    Published On Jul 18, 2021 08:00:00 AM


    Me and my Cars: Arbaaz Sameer

    What are you driving and why?

    I drive a 2018 Ford Mustang GT because it’s stylish, comfortable and it matches up well against every car in its class in terms of performance. My car is also a huge head turner, given all the modifications I’ve done to it.

    What’s next on your wish list?

    I want my next car to be a 10-second car in a quarter mile drag. Perhaps a Nissan GT-R or something from BMW M.

    The most fun you’ve had in a car?

    Driving a Ferrari 488 GTB in Dubai, on Sheikh Zayed road and out in the desert.

    Favourite / Dream money no object car?

    The Ferrari 488 Pista is one of Arbaaz’s dream cars.

    A Nissan GT-R or a Ferrari 488 Pista. I just can’t choose between these two beauties.

    Who is your all time greatest motorsport hero?

    British racing driver Ken Miles, because of his supreme skills and talent.

    Favourite road?

    The Seven Mile bridge in Florida, USA.

    What’s on your automotive bucket list?

    Drive on the German Autobahns and the mountain passes in the Alps in an Italian V12 supercar.

    What would you do with your last litre of fuel?

    Do a hot lap around the Buddh International Circuit in Noida.

    Your ideal five-car garage would be?

    1. Nissan GT-R

    2. Ferrari 488 Pista

    3. Mercedes-AMG G 63 6x6

    4. Mercedes-Maybach GLS

    5. Range Rover Autobiography

    What was your first Car?

    I learnt how to drive in my family’s Porsche Panamera 4S, if that counts as my first car! 

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