The invite-only meet is back and bigger
The Titans have taken over the Greenhills Shopping Center parking lot once again. This time, it has gathered a much bigger collection of the rarest supercars and the finest tuner builds in town.
From over a hundred invitees in the first meet, the return of Titans saw the number breach 200. From tricked-out SUVs to JDM legends to the most expensive supercars you can imagine, the Titans of Manila meet had it all.
Examples of Aston Martins, old-school Mercedes SLs, RS Porsches, BMW Ms, Ferraris, Aston Martins, Lamborghini SVJs, and even America's supercar, the Ford GT, were gathered together in one place.
On the other side, Japanese tuners from the 90s to the present were there like the evergreen Civic SiR and its Type R siblings, Toyota MR2, Mazda RX-7, various generations of the Evo like the Tommi Makinen Edition, Subaru STIs, the latest GR Supra and Yaris, plus a couple of Nissan R35 GT-Rs.
Then you also have tricked-out 4x4s like the crowd-favorite Suzuki Jimny, and Toyota's four-wheel-drive models like the FJ Cruiser, Fortuner, and the Hilux.
Events like this will make people think there's a car show going on. But really, Titans of Manila is a special invite-only car meet. So what does it take to get in? It mostly revolves around two things – the right car, and the right character. So if you think you have both, then that invite may be coming soon.
And before we forget, observe proper meet etiquette, unless you want to turn viral for all the wrong reasons as one bystander found out.
The Titans of Manila meet is supported by Titan Works, District 8 Gastropub, Motul Infiniteserv International, PC Options, Autoholic Garage, MAGTROC, MK4 Auto Care, SpeedyFix, Royal Purple, Tough Dog Suspension, Hardrace, Alpha, RDY Premium Auto Group, Hazardboy, Import Hookup, The Shop Automotive, KSM, Octoboy, JC Car Audio, SecondSkin Industries, SP2, TonCars, Remixx, Michelin, R Culture, NanoPro, TopSpec Performance, and NIFT.