Two Lamborghini Aventadors and a Huracan in the Lamborghini Dubai showroom.
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  • Lamborghini Dubai is the Italian supercar maker's largest dealership.
  • The almost 2,800m² facility opened in April 2017.
  • The three-storey showroom is designed by Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott.
  • The dealership sells roughly 100 Lamborghinis every year.


Dubai is world famous for its sizable population of supercars. Even the Dubai police operate a fleet of high-priced exotics for promotional purposes. So it's only reasonable that Lamborghini would establish its largest dealership in the United Arab Emirates.

Opened in April 2017, Lamborghini Dubai features almost 2,800m² of showroom and shop space inside a stylish three-storey building designed by Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott. The structure features a glass facade connected to the building with steel cables.

Lamborghini Dubai is owned and operated by Al Jaziri Motors.

Earlier this year, Business Insider had the chance to take a behind-the-scenes tour of the facility.


Lamborghini Dubai is located on the emirate's main thoroughfare Sheikh Zayed Road not far from the Mall of the Emirates.

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Step inside the glass doors and you'll find yourself in the main showroom.

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Here's a row of Lambos in the showroom. Two Aventadors and one Huracan.

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Also on the main level are sales offices and meeting rooms.

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Walk up the glass stairs and...

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You'll find yourself in a private showroom on the second floor.

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Sitting on the second floor is this black Huracan Performante.

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On the third floor is another Huracan. It the was sixth final new Lamborghini in the entire dealership.

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According to the dealership, which sells roughly 100 Lambos a year, the lack of inventory is a function of strong sales. Simply put, the showroom is empty because customers have purchased everything. It's a good problem to have.

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However, with the introduction of the new Urus SUV, Lamborghini expects sales to double, which means the dealership will need all the room they have.

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One place in the dealership not short on cars is the service bay.

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In fact, it was packed!

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Here is a pair of Aventadors and a Huracan. The Huracan has its left rear quarter panel removed.

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Eagle-eye readers will notice the metallic purple livery of a 30th-anniversary edition Diablo lurking in the back. It's in for engine service. The Lambo's Bizzarini V12 engine has been disassembled.

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Here's a view of the Aventador's underside.

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This Murcielago is getting some work done at the dealership's tire shop.

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The dealership also has its own paint shop.

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Next to the main showroom is a gift shop packed with Lamborghini swag.

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Check out the mini Urus!

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