Car Culture in Miami
The car culture is continuing to attract audiences around Miami
By : Julian Corrales
The car culture in Miami is rapidly growing, creating a special hobby for many individuals. Whether it’s driving your unique car, spectating at a car event, or filming these fantastic vehicles, a passion begins to flow through us.
Lamborghini Broward, an exotic car dealer in Broward, hosts an event every second Saturday of the month. It gathers local exotic car owners to showcase their rare cars at this event. Supercar Saturday brings all the Miami car lovers together. There is no hate or competition between who’s car is the best. Everyone admires everyone, and this industry is very genuine.
“When you got a passion for driving cars… going out to a place like this, to an event like this, supercar saturday. Just seeing a hundred lamborghinis, ferrari’s, porches, bugatti’s, seeing every different type of super car is just an amazing feeling,” said Austin Scrima, a car enthusiast.
The whole exotic car era is also beginning to bring a young audience into the culture.
Young groups of teens are beginning to make car group and clubs with their friends. Like Gavin Cooper, a young car enthusiast said, “so I started out just kinda playing forza, I got into subaru’s, did some fun stuff with the car. It led up to me meeting a whole group of friends and we made our own little car squad”.
As more and more of these car events continue to grow and bring in more people, we will see an increase in car enthusiast in Miami. This hobby will forever be extraordinary.
With contributions by : Richard Joseph and Rene de Lamar