Fastest Cars Currently Available In UAE

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For most travelers, the UAE is known for its tall skyscrapers, luxury resorts and rich culture. But something else contributes to the glamorous lifestyle here – new cars for sale in Dubai.

The UAE is home to some of the best cars in the world. It’s not uncommon to see a sports car on the streets of Dubai and Abu Dhabi. In a place full of half a million dollar cars, it can be hard to find the ones that stand out.

However, there are a few cars that are by no means the norm. These include gold-plated cars, diamond-studded supercars, electric vehicles and more. Even the Dubai police have a fleet of sports cars. So without further ado, 

HERE ARE THE CRAZIEST CARS WITH NEW CARS PRICE IN DUBAI

RANGE ROVER BY COINS CAR

Nothing says bling like this Range Rover from Coins Car. The big SUV is topped with 57,412 coins, which adds an additional 375 lbs (170 kg) to its already heavy frame. A motorist did this to pay tribute to the Dubai royal family. Images of the emirs are tinted on the windows of the car.

This project was carried out by Coins Car, a company based in Dubai. The company is known for decorating cars with modern and antique coins. Each of the coins is hand polished and glued to the surface of the car, resulting in some of the most eye-catching rides.

The Range Rover is unique because of the sheer amount of coins embedded on its exterior. And that includes not only coins from the UAE, but also from Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman and Saudi Arabia.

ROLLS ROYCE 103EX

Rolls Royce has announced its innovative vision for the next 100 years. The car company plans to launch a range of cutting-edge vehicles, each with its own unique shape, size and silhouette. The first of their “Vision” vehicles is the Rolls Royce 103EX, also known as “Vision Next 100”.

The Rolls Royce 103EX was first featured in a video by automotive influencer Supercar Blondie entitled “Rolls Royce in 2035!” This offered a glimpse of the concept car and highlighted its futuristic features.

The Vision Next 100 is said to be an all-electric, self-driving vehicle with no steering wheel. This allows passengers to relax on the sofa while “Eleanor”, the virtual personal assistant and chauffeur of a car, takes the wheel.

In addition to being fully autonomous, the Vision Next 100 is also environmentally friendly as it replaces the gas-powered V12 engine with an all-electric powertrain. It’s also quite large, measuring 19.4 feet in length. As such, this futuristic sedan is hard to miss as it silently glides through the city streets.

DIAMOND-STUDDED MERCEDES BENZ SL600

Another dazzling entry on this list is the diamond studded Mercedes Benz SL600. The luxury car was presented at the Dubai Auto Show in 2007 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Mercedes Benz SL550.

The Mercedes is reportedly studded with 300,000 diamonds and the new cars price in Dubai was paid for by Saudi billionaire Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal..

Some reports suggest the car was identified as a crystal encrusted Mercedes SL600. The car was on display at DUB Magazine’s Custom Auto Show & Concert.

Since Prince Al Alwaleed Bin Talal is one of the richest people in the world, owning diamond studded cars is something you can expect. However, the prince’s company, Kingdom Holdings, also issued a statement, saying he never bought the car. So value and ownership remain a mystery!

GOLDEN LAMBORGHINI AVENTADOR

Lamborghinis are among the most expensive sports cars in the world. In the UAE, however, these are almost the norm. But what’s not the norm is a solid gold Lamborghini.

The Lamborghini Aventador was developed by Robert Gulpen Engineering in Germany. It was carved from a 500 kg block of gold, using various other precious metals for the finer details.

The solid gold Lamborghini holds the Guinness World Record for “most expensive model car”. While the owner of this outrageously expensive vehicle remains unknown, you can view it at the Dubai showroom.

BUGATTI L’OR BLANC

So we’ve already seen cars from Dubai decorated with coins, solid gold and diamonds – but what’s next? A porcelain car, and a Bugatti at that.

As if the original Bugatti Veyron wasn’t spectacular enough, a businessman in the United Arab Emirates had one custom made out of porcelain. The unique exterior exudes an alluring color, sometimes reminiscent of white and sometimes blue. And to add to its beauty, it has a white and gold interior and a diamond-encrusted license plate.

The new cars price in Dubai is reasonable given the impeccable craftsmanship. Car lovers from Dubai can agree that this Bugatti is truly unique.

LYKAN HYPERSPORT

If you’re a fan of the Fast and Furious movies, you’ve probably already seen the Lykan Hypersport. It’s featured in one of the franchise’s most infamous scenes, where Dominic Toretto launched the car over three skyscrapers in Dubai.

Seven of these incredible hypercars exist outside of the world of Fast and Furious. It is manufactured by W Motors, a Dubai company.

A Lykan Hypersport appears in Dubai’s extravagant fleet of police cars. The car boasts a 0-60 mile time of 2.8 seconds. This is thanks to the 3.7 liter engine which produces 740 hp and allows the car to reach a top speed of 240 mph (386 km/h). With such incredible power and speed, even the fastest criminals will not be able to outrun this machine.

GOLD PLATED NISSAN GT R

The Nissan GT-R is a powerful vehicle known by its nickname “Godzilla”. However, there is a Nissan GT-R covered in solid gold in Dubai.

The unique new cars for sale in Dubai were built in Japan by Kuhl Racing. Adding to its stunning looks are the eye-catching patterns created by experienced engraver Takahiko Izawa.

In addition to the beautiful design, the performance of the car has been improved. The gold-plated Nissan’s 3.6-liter V6 twin-turbo, aerodynamic properties and perfectly balanced chassis and suspension make it a beast on the road.

The Nissan GT-R was exhibited at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center. Inquiries to purchase the vehicle quickly came from the elites of the Middle East.