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Dubai's Z Tires teamed with a Chinese tire factory to produce a set of blinged-out, gold embellished, diamond encrusted tires that sold for a cool $600,000.

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An epidemic of street racing on Dubai's desert highways prompted local police to impound 81 vehicles and levy five-figure fines.

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Dubai's Autonomous Transportation Strategy shifts 25 percent of transport to autonomous driving by 2030.

Dubai wants autonomous transportation to make up 25 percent of trips in the city by 2030, saving $6 billion a year.

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If you have to ask, one's listed at $3m.

Want to get your hands on a LaFerrari? Head over to Dubai, where we've found two examples up for sale. Better bring a lot of Emirati Dirham.

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A Dubai Police McLaren 650S faces off against a racing drone in this promo video for World Drone Prix racing.

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Ken Block's Gymkhana 8 goes to Dubai to drift around the city's supercar police fleet and drag race against a quartet of supercars, including a Veyron.

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Ken Block drops some hints on Twitter about what to expect from Gymkhana 8, set in Dubai.

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In this latest video, Jaguar pits its former Le Mans winner and F1 driver Martin Brundle in an XJR sedan against Yves Rossy, also known as the Jetman, for a race in the Dubai desert.

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Dubai-based Zarooq Motors unveiled plans for the SandRacer during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix this weekend, envisioning an off-road sports car and a spec racing series in which to run it.

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The Fenyr SuperSport from Dubai-based W Motors packs a 900-horsepower flat six and can hit 62 mph in under 2.7 seconds.

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Airbus Helicopters has presented the new H160 at the Dubai Airshow, the product of a collaboration with the Peugeot Design Lab in the latest crossover from automotive design to aerospace.

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A Lamborghini Aventador driver in Dubai found the limits of revving his supercar's V12 at a traffic light when the rear end suddenly caught fire.

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Nissan has launched the Nismo performance sub-brand in Dubai with the reveal of the Patrol Nismo, a tuned take on what we would know better as the Infiniti QX80.

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The Dubai Police is going somewhat green with the latest high-performance entry in its fleet by buying a BMW i8.

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Dubai Police are renowned for their fleet of exotic police cars, and they're on full display in this promotional video.

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The newest member of Dubai's highly regarded police fleet is Lexus' high-performance RC F coupe, complete with a 467-hp V8.

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In 1965, a Ford Mustang Convertible proudly went on display at the top of the Empire State Building, the world's tallest building at the time. Earlier this year, the Blue Oval recreated the stunt by bringing the latest droptop 'Stang to the sky-high structure during the New York Auto Show. Unfortunately, while still iconic, the New York skyscraper has lost the world title. Of course, an automaker can't let something like that get in the way of a good publicity stunt.

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A century ago, the princes and maharajas of India shared a relationship with Rolls-Royce that spanned five decades and saw the nobility on the subcontinent commissioning over 840 unique vehicles from the stoic marque. It's that golden age that Rolls-Royce celebrates with the debut of this one-of-a-kind luxury cabriolet.

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Aston Martin officially took the wraps off its new Lagonda sedan in Dubai on Monday, revealing the luxury limousine in all its glory and revealing its nameplate as Taraf – derived from the Arabic word for "luxury" (not for some Kurdish starlet). A fitting name, since it will only be offered to select customers in the Middle East, where a large number of its '70s-era predecessors have found homes. But while the model was clearly and emphatically targeted at the Persian Gulf clientele, Aston

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We would generally advise against buying a car sight unseen, but when it comes to some supercars, the entire year's production run is often spoken for before the car is even unveiled. Which is fine, in some sense we guess, when it's coming from a known manufacturer like Ferrari or Lamborghini. The Dubai Roadster, however, does not come from such a company. It doesn't even come from a region that's known for making cars. In fact the only time Dubai ever seems to come across our radar is when its

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Last year, it seemed like nearly every month there was news of an additional hypercar joining the fleet of the Dubai Police. It was shocking enough when the force showed off its Lamborghini Aventador, but the armada kept growing to include even more exotic vehicles like an Aston Martin One-77 and eventually even a Bugatti Veyron. To understand the point of building this assortment of supercars, the crew from Vocativ went behind the scenes with the Dubai Police and into the immaculate warehouse w

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