Garia Cars, luxury golf cars born in Copenhagen and used around the world, are making their debut in the Hamptons this weekend with a beach clean-up, a launch event at Moby’s and activations at prominent events.
Garia Cars are the world’s first and only luxury golf and leisure cars, inspired by Danish design and a passion for automobiles. They unite the convenience of a golf and leisure car with unrivaled attention to luxury, quality and aesthetics, offering models available in street legal, non-street legal, in two, four and six-seater versions.
Beach Clean Up & Art Auction at Moby’s
To announce the arrival of Garia Cars in the Hamptons, they hosted a beach clean-up using the cars at Indian Wells Beach in Amagansett, followed by an art auction at Moby’s in East Hampton. The highlight of the auction was the unveiling of a car painted by renowned street artist Bradley Theodore.
The auction benefited Project Zero, a celebrity-led and supported charity that works to protect and restore the ocean to turn the tide on the climate crisis. Project Zero raises awareness and funds through high-profile events, amplified by partners, ambassadors and supporters, to establish a global network of ocean sanctuaries, blue carbon and coral reef ecosystems to restore the health of our oceans. Board member Alexandra Richards hosted the beach clean-up and DJ’d the auction and celebration at Moby’s.
In addition to Garia’s launch event and benefit, the cars will be showcased at Noyac Golf Club for a residency in September. More residencies will soon be announced.
Garia Cars are the pinnacle of luxury golf and leisure vehicles, providing a unique blend of style and functionality. With their debut in the Hamptons, they are set to revolutionize the way we experience transportation and leisure.