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    Lightbulb Dubaiís Love for Supercars

    If you know you can take a taxi, a metro, taxis, why is there a car?
    The answer is the same as in the UAE. Supercars are only fashion statements, personal expressions of who you are, what you think of yourself and what you want to convey to those around you. The way to get around exists in the city, but if you own a car, it's something that concerns you ... that you do not drive a metro or bus wherever you are. You have a car!

    Itís all about Ďexclusivityí

    The type of car you drive is as much about fashion as the clothes you wear. In fact, in some social circles of the Emirates, your wheels are more important than the type of shoes you wear. And if your "sports car" is a personalized and unique edition, your lifestyle becomes more and more interesting. For these elite class leaders, the standard colors of the store are unpleasant and cannot maintain an image of exclusivity. Thus, they are turning to car wrappings, an increasingly popular trend in the region, especially among Gulf Arabs.

    In Dubai, the color of the car indicates what feelings are important and how they perceive themselves. The trend of engine colors runs on a much longer frame than for clothes. They will flash every six or eight years instead of every season. However, they involve as much emotion and personalization for those who choose them as a Dior dress.
    It's about buying something that makes a statement about your personality. The companion plays an important role in the choice inside and outside the car.

    Emiratis & Expats Ė Super Cars Obsession

    Emirates has a great obsession for luxury and super cars. In Dubai, police are running Lamborghini; the ambulance service has a lotus. Now expatriates have also taken part. Expats in Dubai are competing with the brightest super cars on the roads, thanks to the low fuel prices. The emirate has long been known for its obsession with high-end supercars. Traditionally, it is an expensive hobby for local residents.

    But now, foreigners, not to mention, have invested hotels and even brands in major sports cars. You can also get expats and toa urists who can afford to hire car here in Dubai.

    Cars are mainly used for advertising. These super cars are operated in very prominent areas of the city. If you see them on the road in a convoy, it will make you smile. While Emirates takes over the management of super cars, expats around the world are eager to follow.

    According to research conducted by Bain & Co., a management consulting firm, the demand for supermotors and luxury cars in general in the Middle East continues to grow.
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    Can I get a supercar if I donít live in Dubai? I usually only summer there...


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    Too many camels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by umairaslam1211 View Post

    Emirates has a great obsession for luxury and super cars. In Dubai, police are running Lamborghini; the ambulance service has a lotus.

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    Especially in a sand box dat damn big !

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    Quote Originally Posted by finestkind View Post
    Especially in a sand box dat damn big !
    I hate sand! unless its being used as a terrible pickup line.. . . .


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    How can you drive in Dubai with that 15 mile long caravan of waste trucks leaving the city because there is no waste treatment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nosterbor View Post
    How can you drive in Dubai with that 15 mile long caravan of waste trucks leaving the city because there is no waste treatment?
    Look at the bright side, when you die from toxic waste poisoning the ambulance that drives you off is a Lotus. I mean how much more baller does it get??

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    And after all of the OP's ranting. The people in Dubai that can't or won't repay the loans on these "fashion statements, personal expressions of who you are, what you think of yourself and what you want to convey to those around you". Can leave these cars at the international airport parking lots, leave the country. And never come back. Because if they do, they will go to prison. UAE has no credit system.


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