Inside supercar collection of Qatar's filthy rich kids from £866k McLaren to Rolls Royce Phantom worth £350k | The Sun

FROM a McLaren hypercar to a Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe – this is the multi-million supercar collection of Qatar's filthy rich kids.

The oil-rich Middle Eastern nation is known for its fair share of millionaires who spend big on their flash motors.

Among them is Mohammed Al Kubaisi – the son of a Qatari real estate mogul – who hasn't shied away from his "addiction" to fast, pricey cars.

He was handed the reins of the family business several years ago and quickly built his fortune.

Since then, the self-described "fan of supercars" has splashed untold amounts on an enviable fleet, including a £200,000 Bentley Continental GT, a £185,000 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG and a Ferrari 458 Italia worth £200,000.

In 2015, Al Kubaisi started flying around the sandy streets of Doha in his crown jewel: a slick £350,000 Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe.


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The mega-rich businessman flaunts his extraordinary car collection on Instagram, with glam snaps showing him posing with a series of gleaming motors.

He even founded his own supercar group – the Elite Supercars Club – that sees him and his wealthy mates cruise around Qatar in their posh vehicles.

Pictures shared on social media show cars worth eye-watering amounts lined up beside a superyacht at Hamad International Seaport and outside The Pearl Island.

Al Kubaisi has told how he is spoilt for choice when choosing which car to get behind the wheel of.

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He told the Daily Mail."I had a Maserati Granturismo S – it was a nice car but I eventually sold it and bought an Aston Martin Rapide which I didn't think was very good.

"I sold that and bought my very first supercar, the Ferrari 599 GTB which was great but it wasn't quite powerful enough so I sold it and bought a (Mercedes-Benz) SLS 63 – but again I needed more power.

"So I waited around six months and bought the Ferrari 458 Italia – which is a great car."

The real estate magnate now holds a yearly supercars event in the parking lot of Qatar's sports stadium.

Slick and polished red Ferraris and Mercedes SLS 63s often make an appearance.

Al Kubaisi told Barcroft Cars: "We collect the cars from the streets, by phone, by friends of friends, and it is great."

The event has previously attracted a £330,000 Mercedes McLaren SLR, Lamborghini Matadors, Ferraris and Lamborghinis and AMGs.

Clips from the event show a luxury red Lamborghini revving its engine.

And it's not just in Doha where Qatar's these rich kids play – many bring their sparkling supercars to the streets of London.

Instagram page The Supercars of Qatar shows a blue Lamborghini SV throttling through the streets of the UK capital.

Another shows an exuberant yellow V12 Ferrari 812 Superfast worth £240k parked outside Harrods.

The page also shows a red Dodge Viper GTS , Chevy Corvette ZR1 and a black and yellow striped 570S McLaren riding through the streets of Qatar.

Flashy motors have swamped the streets of London with their outlandish body kits and custom paint jobs.

In 2017, wealthy owners were spotted parking the supercars outside the posh Grovesnor Hotel and Dorchester Hotel in Mayfair.

A year earlier, a mega-rich Qatari sheikh flew over his multi-million pound fleet of flash motors during London's supercar season.

The head-turning row of high-octane sports cars was spotted lined up in Knightsbridge and included a £1.8million Bugatti Veyron, a £600,000 Porsche 918 Spyder, a Ferrari F12TDF, a Ferrari LeFerrari, and a £1.2m McLaren P1.

The cars are thought to belong to multi-millionaire petrolhead Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Thani, the son of Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, who ruled Qatar between 1995 and 2013, the Mail Online reports.

The then 25-year-old is said to have paid up to £20,000 for a return journey to fly their cars to and from London.

Sheikh Al Thani's collection seen in London includes the ultra-rare supercar McLaren P1 which can hit speeds of 218mph.

The young sheikh, whose worth is unclear, also featured his Bugatti Veyron Vitesse Rembrandt in the line-up.

The powerful roadster has nearly 1200 horsepower and can go from 0-62mph in just 2.6 seconds.

Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani took over from his dad as the Emir of Qatar since 2013.

He is worth about £939million, half of his dad’s estimated net worth of £1.9billion.

The family's wealth comes from the Qatar Investment Authority, which controls oil and gas reserves.

In August, a £300 million-pound superyacht belonging to the Qatari Royal Family was spotted docked in the UK.

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