First Lamborghini Aventador Lands in Dubai

All supercar fans out there know by now that the venerable Murcielago has a successor in the form of the Aventador LP700-4, a monster with a carbon-fiber spine and as much power as a millionaire can handle.
Youtube user 4WheelsofLux has something very special posted on his channel, namely the first such car to hit the United Arab Emirates. This is not only the first Aventador registered in the UAW, but it could also be the first privately registered model.

The stunner is finished in Bianco Isis (white) and belongs to His Highness Sheikh Mansoor bin Mohammedÿ bin Rashid Al Maktoum. He is the son Sheikh Mohammed, the Prime Minister and Vice President of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and absolute monarch of Dubai.

The Aventador also has a single-digit number plate, which is supposed to be ultra-rare in Dubai.
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