Ferrari Enzos, Porsches, Jaguars, Audis, BMWs – all of these exotic supercars are currently rotting in graveyards in Dubai, with the keys still in the ignition.
The playthings of millionaires, the cars used to belong to high-flying businessmen who have hit financial ruin.
The owners have chosen to cut their losses and run, rather than face Dubai’s strict debt laws and potential jail time.
More than 3000 cars were abandoned in 2011, with most sold by the Dubai police for rock bottom prices.
It’s an ongoing issue, so we thought we’d take a look at Dubai’s supercar graveyard.
Sign up here to receive the latest round-up of Wheels news, reviews and video highlights straight to your inbox each week.
How are you finding our new site design? Tell us in the comments below or send us your thoughts at email@example.com.
Get your monthly fix of news, reviews and stories on the greatest cars and minds in the automotive world.
A close look at the new Mercedes-Benz W206 C-Class
The fifth-generation C-Class is set to break new ground for Mercedes’ most popular model
The 31 hottest cars coming in 2021
The cars we hope will put 2020 firmly in the rear vision mirror
Do the Audi e-tron's virtual mirrors actually work?
Are virtual mirrors tech for tech's sake or do they actually bring useful advances?