Honda’s initiative Pakistan Kay Rung BR-V Kay Sung is creating a great deal of buzz across Pakistan. People from all walks of life welcome the BR-V caravan when it enters their city. The car company has initiated this 14-day cross-country journey in a bid to promote a positive image of Pakistan and to show people how productive BR-V is on any region and terrain.
Muhammad Hanif Bhatti is leading the BR-V caravan which is headed for Khunjerab pass. The journey started from Karachi and will end at Khunjerab pass, in the process of reaching the final destination the caravan will go through different cities and villages.
After exploring Balochistan and Sindh, the caravan entered Punjab via Rahim Yar Khan. The team explored many parts of South Punjab and after that, it explored Sahiwal and Lahore.
On the 6th day of the journey, the caravan entered Sahiwal there the team visited the Honda 3S dealership and after that, they went to explore Sahiwal Power Hub and other parts of the city. The team met fans waiting for them in the city. The caravan left Sahiwal for Lahore. At sharp 5:00 pm the team reached Changa Manga and explored it. Furthermore, the caravan also visited Honda Atlas Cars Pakistan Limited company.
On the 7th day of the journey, the team explored Lahore – a city known for cultural sites. The caravan at first explored Bahria Town, after that, it traveled to the walled city and explored its surroundings. The team received a warm welcome wherever they go in Lahore.
As the caravan was in Lahore, PakWheels.com also invited the caravan to its Lahore head office. Chairman PakWheels Suneel Sarfaraz Munj and PakWheels team welcomed the caravan. Fans in huge numbers gathered to welcome the caravan.
The team also visited the iconic Badshahi Mosque, Lahore Fort, Minar-e- Pakistan, Mall Road and Jail Road. At the end of the day, the caravan had dinner at the famous food street. The seventh day of the journey concluded in Lahore.
So, this was overview where the caravan went and what they explored. PakWheels.com is doing live sessions on its Facebook page, so stay tuned for more travel updates.