If there's one country in the world that can afford to buy exotic supercars, what would it be? If you answered Dubai, you are correct, habibi. Because that Gulf emirate has been buying up some of the highest of high-performance machinery to patrol its streets and sand-swept highways.

The Dubai police force recently acquired a Lamborghini Aventador, Ferrari FF and a 700-horsepower Brabus-tuned Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen. Heck, even the fire department has a new Corvette Stingray at its disposal. Now the oil-rich highway patrol has added a McLaren MP4-12C to its motor pool, which may seem like overkill. Still, considering all the Veyrons and Koenigseggs registered in the UAE, it may still not be enough to chase down speeders.

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