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Six, count 'em, six Bugatti Veyrons were snapped up by attendees of the the Dubai motor show, which ended last week. While in the US, carmakers don't take advantage of their captive audiences to make sales, no such taboo exists in the mideast tax haven, where entire banks have sprung up just to handle other banks' zeros. The show's organizers say at least $27 million worth of vehicles were sold, including the Veyrons, a Pagani Zonda, a Murci lago roadster, a Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder, a Gallardo coupe and all of the cars on the BMW and Mini Cooper stands.

Lamborghinis, Bugattis Are Snapped Up at Dubai Motor Show [Edmunds]

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