You’ve seen a lion dance, you’ve heard of the rain dance, now watch Nissan sway into the Guinness World Records with the largest “car dance” consisting of 180 Nissan Patrols.

The “dance” replicated the shape of a falcon flying over the Arabian desert – setting a new record for the “most number of cars moving in unison within a formation”, beating the previous record by 36 cars.

This achievement is the third time the Nissan Patrol has achieved a Guinness World Records title. In September 2015, the car broke the record for the fastest ascent of a 100-meter sand dune by a car, in just 4.9 seconds.

The first title was achieved two years prior, when it successfully towed the world’s heaviest aircraft for more than 50 meters at the Sharjah International Airport in the UAE.

Most recently in 2016, Nissan Middle East drifted into the record books after the Nissan GT-R NISMO performed the fastest ever vehicle drift at speeds of 304.96 km/h.


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Pan Eu Jin
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