Last week we showed you the Holy Trinity from Lebanon and told you about the increasingly popular supercar culture in the small country of Western Asia. The photographers got back to us by sharing some more photos from the Lebanese Automotive Club. It’s the only supercar club based in Beirut and has over 100 members taking part in events every weekend.
In this gallery, the owners drove to Jbeil, a capital to district of the same same name in the northeast of Beirut. The cars were plenty and included a BMW M4 and Ferrari 458 fitted with the Liberty Walk kit – shows how fast the Japanese tuner is growing. There was also a couple of Porsche 911 GT3 RS and a Ferrari 488 GTB, joined by several Lamborghinis including two Gallardos, a Huracan and an Aventador.
Check back regularly as we will add more supercar photos from Lebanon to this post.
Photos by Mahmoud Oleik