The first person in Saudi Arabia to own a Lamborghini Aventador paid additional $70,400

So he’s 22 and a playboy who loves his rides, a bit too much, I think. So after a garage filled with 30 exotic cars Dhiaa Al-Essa has made room for a new baby, this time it is the Lamborghini Aventador, the first of its kind in Saudi Arabia that too at a premium of £45,000 ($70,400). So effectively Shaun Williams made him pay £290,000 ($453,675) for a £245,000 ($383,295) supercar.

An obviously ecstatic Dhiaa says, “Amazingly, the Lamborghini has arrived – I wanted to be the first in Saudi Arabia to get the Aventador. Of course, there is a competition, but for me personally, it is not a competition; I just love cars – and if you want to be first, you have to work hard and pay more.”

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