Inside supercar graveyard where Lamborghinis and Corvettes worth hundreds of thousands have been left to rot

SUPERCARS many drivers dream of have been left to rot in a Dubai scrapyard.

New footage shows a collection of Lamborghinis, Corvettes and massive Mercedes being left to bake in the desert heat.

The collection included cars that many drivers dream of


The collection included cars that many drivers dream ofPhoto credit: tiktok/@nemanja.kralj
In Dubai, many owners choose to throw away their supercars if they are at risk of causing an accident


In Dubai, many owners choose to throw away their supercars if they are at risk of causing an accidentPhoto credit: tiktok/@nemanja.kralj

So-called supercar graveyards are a common sight in Dubai, with many owners opting to throw away the cars when they are unable to keep up with the hefty repayments.

Others abandon their engines after an accident and can’t bother with costly repairs.

The latest video, posted by TikTok star Nemanja Kralj, shows a long line of dream cars rotting in a lot in Dubai.

The collection includes a stunning Lamborghini Urus, which usually sells for a few hundred thousand pounds.

TikTok users agreed that it was a shame to see the cars rotting in the sun.

One said: “Usually the fines for these vehicles are more than they are actually worth, so they end up in graveyards.”

Every year up to 3,000 cars, including Lamborghinis and Aston Martins, are left with eye-watering prices in Dubai.

From Rolls Royces and Ferraris to Bentleys and Mercedes – many worth millions of pounds – the once shiny models are doomed to rot in the scrapyard.

In the past, many businessmen were forced to dump supercars when they ran out of money to avoid possible prison time.

Although Dubai has reformed its laws in recent years, many business people still prefer to give up their cars when they run out of money.

For many, the engines pose a legal and financial problem and they decide to get rid of the cars before leaving the country permanently.


TaraSubramaniam is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. TaraSubramaniam joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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