This car cemetery in Dubai is full of wrecks of expensive cars. Sports cars and other expensive cars with a lot of power are driven more often per total than cars with a modal engine.
Auto vlogger Supercar Blondie went to take a look at a unique junkyard in the emirate of Dubai. The blonde YouTube star discovered heavily damaged Ferraris, AMGs, Rolls-Royces, Bentleys, and other bulky bins of damage.
There are also apparently as good as new cars that have been seized by the government because their owners can no longer pay the monthly charges.
Many cars were involved in several major accidents, judging by the extent of the damage. Perhaps the most shocking example is the Mercedes G63 AMG with a sloping roof that seems to be evidence of a rolling incident.
Broken airbags seem to be the common denominator, and we also see many dirty interiors due to months of exposure to the desert wind.
In an apparently intact Ferrari 612 Scaglietti, she finds a 500 dirham note (about 125 dollars) behind a passenger awning.
Many of these cars end up in the scrap metal baler, others are entirely dismantled for their parts, and the undamaged ones often end up at auctions. In many cases, there are real bargains.