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One of world's most expensive car number plates spotted on Rolls Royce in Dubai

One of world's most expensive car number plates spotted on Rolls Royce in Dubai

The luxury car features an even more luxurious number plate

Ah, Dubai. In just a few years it has become more and more desirable as a holiday destination, as influencers and celebrities flock there to take picturesque Insta pics.

And as more people visit the city, the more they realise that the lifestyle out there is completely different to anything we see in the UK.

For those of you who live under a rock, Dubai is a city in the United Arab Emirates, a country situated in the Middle East.

Just 20/25 years ago, it was a place that was sometimes used as a stopover for people in Europe travelling to East Asia, or somewhere that only pilots and cabin crew really knew of.

But since then, the city has experienced exponential growth so rapid that it has become a luxury destination, with people in awe of how lavish life can be out there, from designer clothes to five-star food options.

One thing that people are aware of in Dubai even without visiting is the selection of supercars you can spot on the roads.

Lamborghinis, Ferraris, McClarens, Bugattis, you name it petrolheads, it's probably in Dubai.

The Mansory Rolls-Royce Cullinan in all its glory.

The owner of this one-of-one Mansory Rolls-Royce Cullinan also has the distinction of owning the most expensive number plate in the world.

In 2023, the car was spotted with the 'P 7' number plate, which cost AED55 million (£11.8 million) at a charity auction to obtain.


If you didn't think that was enough, the owner of the Cullinan has recently been spotted with a new 'AA 8' number plate but don't worry, this one only cost them $9.5 million (£7.5 million).

That's almost £20 million on number plates ALONE.

This is without talking about the car - uniquely named the 'Mansory Linea D’Oro', it features 24-carat gold leaf all over the car as well as gold leaf-plated trims.

The one of one build is priceless, but has a selection of number plates worth £19.3 million.

But you have to admit, car fan or not, the colour of the thing is absolutely stunning and is its defining feature.

They also sit on luxurious 24-inch Mansory FD.15 forged rims.

For all you petrolheads though, German tuner Mansory has not held back on the performance aspect of the vehicle.

A twin-turbo 6.7 litre V12 engine lives underneath the hood, producing over 600 horsepower.

Translation: It's very very fast.

On an Instagram post on the Mansory page, users have left their thoughts on the car and number plate in the comments.

One user commented: "Hate turquoise but not here," with fire emojis.

Another put: "The plate got a nice car"

A third said: "Lowkey looks like hot wheels that change colour with temperature."

When will Dubai cease to amaze us?

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@mansory

Topics: Cars, Money