Grab Philippines is travelling back in time this Independence Day with Journey to Grab - a showcase of the evolution of transportation in the Philippines. Time-honored vehicles from the 1920's up until the 1960's will be rolled out as GrabCars for the weekend of June 10 to 12.

Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Series

During the period, Grab will be giving passengers a chance to book these classic cars for free and take a "journey back in time" around Bonifacio Global City. 

Chevy Bel-Air

According to Grab Philippines’ Country Marketing Head Khriz Lim, the activity is part of the month-long celebration of their 4th year anniversary, which aims to delight their passengers and thank them for the support throughout the four years.

"Grab continues to revolutionize the way people move by sending different transport options to our passengers with a few taps on their smartphones. But as we look forward to more years, we also want to look back and give our passengers a timeless transport experience unique only to vintage cars," said Grab Philippines' Country Marketing Head, Khriz Lim.

Jaguar Mark 2

Cars such as the Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Series, Chevy Bel-Air, Jaguar Mark 2, Mercedes-Benz 170S will take passengers on a free 15-minute ride around Bonifacio Global City (BGC). 

Mercedes-Benz 170 S

To book, GrabCar passengers can follow these easy steps: 

  • Passengers need to be at the Journey to Grab station by Central Square, BGC Highstreet, 5th Avenue to book.
  • Open the Grab app
  • Select the special icon, GrabCar (Vintage)
  • Input Central Square as both pick up and drop off points
  • Confirm the booking
  • An old school GrabCar will pick passengers up and take them around BGC for 15 minutes for free. 

"Journey to Grab is the perfect way to look back at how far we’ve come since launching back in 2012. What started out as our CEO, Anthony Tan’s, school project is now the number one transport app in the region. We're now in six (6) countries across Southeast Asia with over 300,000 drivers in our network. Our mission of driving Southeast Asia forward is within reach," said Lim.