By Mark Hodge @mrhodgey
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Videographer / Director: David Jeffery
Producer: Nick Johnson
Editor: Kyle Waters
This incredible footage shows the luxury automobile culture which fuels the lifestyle of young rich Qatari men.
British car enthusiast David Jeffery, 22, has filmed some of the world's most expensive cars, including a one of a kind Bugatti Veyron Vitesse “LangLang”, which costs a bank busting £1.76 million.
Some of the other pricey and powerful vehicles in the video include a Lamborghini Aventador, a Ferrari 458 Italia and a McLaren P1, which have a collective price tag of over £1 million.
David, who has lived in Qatar for most of his life, said that many of the super rich petrol heads like to meet up and flaunt their incredible wealth.
“Supercar owners in Qatar are predominantly young, unmarried men who are yet to settle down and start a family.
“A group was recently set up for supercar owners, under the name Qatar Elite Team, which meets regularly and hosts large public gatherings.
“Aside from that there are a few clubs in Qatar to support fans of car culture, such as Cars and Karak and Mawater.”
The Newcastle-born filmmaker said that exclusive sportscars are more common in the Arab country because of its booming economy and favourable tax laws.
“Qataris generally have more money to spend on their car hobbies, aside from the fact that lower tax and prices allows them to spend more freely.
“However, Qatar does have stricter laws determining what owners can and can't do to their vehicles.
“Modifying a car's engine is totally illegal, and changing its colour is a difficult process; both of which can be done easily in the UK, without government involvement.”