Photo: Dhiaa el-Essa via Facebook
It takes a lot to impress the jaded über-rich of Saudi Arabia, but being the first person with a brand new Lamborghini Aventador is one way to do just that. Dhiaa Al-Essa, a 22-year-old Saudi Arabian whose father is estimated to be worth $2.4 billion, paid nearly $461,000 to be the first in the country with the outrageous super car, which normally sells for $390,000, according to swns.com.
While the $71,000 premium to skip the 18-month waiting list is almost as out there as the Lamborghini itself, money was obviously of no concern in the race for bragging rights.
What Al-Essa definitely did not put a price tag on was being the first in Saudi Arabia with the newest, wildest bull out of Sant’Agata.
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