These members are driving luxury vehicles to spread a strong message: girls want to have fun, and they will have fun.
For a few minutes, it seemed like the entire city had stopped—just to see an entire fleet of supercars being driven only by women.” Ritika Jatin Ahuja still can’t forget the excitement she felt early February when people from across Delhi-National Capital Region had come to the city of Gurugram for an event she had organised: the country’s first all-women drive of supercars, sports cars, ultra-luxury cars and superbikes. “Seeing 30 women with some of the world’s most expensive cars and bikes must have seemed crazy,” adds Ahuja, whose initiative, Queens Drive Club (QDC), is the first all-women supercar club in India. She’s planning a similar event next year, which will include “a meet-up in February and a global event for later in the year.”
While the two-hour Gurugram drive, which was the club’s first official drive, saw 30 members taking part, the count today stands at 58 members, with women joining from across India. The first rule to get into this invite-only club is that the members must own at least one supercar and know how to drive it. Ferrari SF90 Stradale, Rolls Royce Cullinan, Bentley Flying Spur V8, Bentley Bentayga, Mercedes Benz G63 AMG, Porsche Panamera and Ducati Monster are among the luxury supercars and bikes owned by the club’s members.