More Proof That Dubai Is Obsessed With Hypercars

With an area of almost 2,600 square feet, Bugatti’s largest dealership has opened in Dubai.

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Arctic Veteran Top Gear Hilux Tackles Dubai Sand Dunes

This Toyota Hilux has travelled with the Top Gear team to the magnetic North Pole and with James May to an active volcano in Iceland. Now it faces a new challenge: the massive, scorching sand dunes of Dubai. 

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Abandoned Ferrari Enzo in Dubai Held as Evidence: Not for Sale

One of the world’s most recognizable and exclusive supercars, the Ferrari Enzo, has been wasting away in a Dubai parking lot but there’s a reason for it’s imprisonment. 

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Mopar Sets Up Shop in Dubai, Shanghai

Chrysler Group’s Mopar division has announced the grand opening of two new distribution centers overseas, one in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates another in Shanghai, China. Both new facilities help expand Mopar’s parts distribution networks and continues Mopar’s international growth.

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Ferrari Enzo Abandoned, Rotting Away in Dubai Impound

Looking to find a Ferrari Enzo at a steal of a price? Preferably one without water damage? Then look no further than Dubai where this ultra-rare Ferrari supercar sits abandoned in the sun.

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Audi Planning Expensive Special Editions For Russia, UAE

Audi is planning to launch new special editions of their R8 and Q7 vehicles in Russia and the United Arab Emirates, with prices as extravagant as their customers tastes.

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Introducing 'Drift Art' an Interesting Blend Of Autocross And Drifting

So clearly drifting has swept America by storm, skipping all the way across the ocean from Japan. And now it’s influencing other forms of motorsports out in the Middle East. But there is something interesting about what they’re trying to do: it’s not quite the drifting that we’re used to seeing, nor is it quite autocross the way we’re used to seeing. What they intentionally end up doing is setting up what would appear to be an autocross track, dousing it with water for a slick surface and promoting the drivers to do a controlled, out-of-control, lap around the course.

The first dead giveaway that this isn’t drifting as we’re used to seeing is the everyday vehicles lining up to compete on the course, much like autocross fashion. Then seeing a large collection of AWD cars like Mitsubishi‘s Evolution and Subaru’s WRX.

SSK Racing out in the Middle East is promoting the series as Drift Art.

We’re going to safely assume that it’s rather difficult to hold a sanctioned drift event out in the Middle East with actual tandem battles. Instead this format can reach out to the grassroots level racers and let them have an event filled with fun and the opportunity to do what we all wish we could do with our cars on a daily basis. We can’t wait to see what they have in store and how they’ll take this to the next level. But please, someone needs to let them know that it’s “professional,” not profissional.

Make sure to check out the video after the break.

[Source: Crank and Piston]

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Report: World's First R35 Nissan GT-R Police Car On Duty in Abu Dhabi

In a country where exotic cars are (seemingly) as common as Camrys, the police are most certainly in need of a vehicle that can keep up. So the Abu Dhabi police service in the United Arab Emirates has just unveiled its secret weapon, a 485-hp Nissan GT-R.

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