Eyes on I-15: Exotic cars ‘goldRush Rally’ en route to Las Vegas

High end cars, part of the "goldRush Rally" pause in Springdale en route to Las Vegas, Nevada and eventually Los Angeles, California. Springdale, Utah, May 19, 2016 | Photo courtesy of Rebecca Bronemann, St. George News

SOUTHERN UTAH – Keep your eyes peeled for a chance to see millions of dollars worth of exotic cars on Interstate 15 today and Friday as drivers pass through Southern Utah on their way to Las Vegas.

The parade of Porches, Bugattis, McLerans and other high-end vehicles is part of the “goldRush Rally GR8EST 2016,” an automotive lifestyle rally that left from Boston May 13 and will end in Los Angeles May 21.

The cars will finish Thursday’s leg of the journey in Las Vegas.

En route to their next destination many of the drivers stopped in Springdale, the gateway to Zion National Park, Thursday, parking their cars at various locations throughout the town and giving tourists an eye-popping view of the expensive vehicles.

Rebecca Bronemann was there and submitted photos for the gallery below. Her father-in-law works for a company that did some of the wraps for the cars, she said.

“I’m standing next to a $2 million car,” Bronemann said from Meme’s Café, where several of the cars were parked mid-afternoon.

Some of the drivers took a spin through the national park as well, Bronemann said.

St. George News readers might want to keep an eye on Interstate 15 to see if they can spot these incredible machines as they pass through Southern Utah.

Learn more about the “goldRush Rally” here.

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