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Well, because Dubai is a Mixture between first and third world countries, you will wonder what is the weirdest cars that on show in there?
Well, let's see..
I know it's just another limited-edition Bugatti Veyron, but the brushed aluminum bodywork on this one-of-three, $2.8 million Meo Constantini edition is genuinely wonderful.
Had your fill of crazy concepts from SEMA and the Tokyo Motor Show? Wait, because Dubai Motor Show is going on right. It's not all just special edition Rolls-Royces and concept cars you've seen elsewhere in the world. There's this V16 supercar that apparently has 5,000 horsepower. Yeah, right.
The Kepler Motion uses a 550 HP Ford EcoBoost V6 to power the rear wheels and a 250 HP electric motor to power the fronts. It'll hit 60 MPH in 2.5 seconds and reach 200 MPH. Now that's a hybrid.
Why Bugatti feels every new paint scheme requires a "special edition" tag and an annoying name is beyond us, but they love them in Dubai, so here you go: three new over-priced specially-named Bugatti Veyrons.