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Dubai $15 Million World’s Most Expensive ‘P7’ Number Plate Spotted On A Tesla Model X SUV

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Dubai $15 Million World’s Most Expensive ‘P7’ Number Plate Spotted On A Tesla Model X SUV - autojosh

Dubai $15 million world’s most expensive ‘P7’ number plate spotted on an all-electric Tesla Model X SUV.

Amount smashes $14m a collector paid to own the ‘1’ registration plate in 2008 during a number plate auction.

During the charity auction earlier in the month, the ‘P7’ plate was affixed to limited-edition Bugatti Divo worth $5.9 million.

'P7' License Plate Sells For World Record $15 Million At Charity Auction In Dubai - autojosh





A world record-breaking ‘P7’ number plate has been spotted on an all-electric Tesla Model X SUV just days after an unnamed buyer paid an eye-watering 55 million dirhams ($15 million) to buy it at a charity auction in Dubai.

Footage of the $15 million plate hitting the road on the black Tesla in Dubai was shared by Omar Sultan Al Olama on Twitter. Al Olama, a UAE Minister, also recalled Tesla owner Elon Musk’s visit to Dubai.

Dubai $15 Million World’s Most Expensive ‘P7’ Number Plate Spotted On A Tesla Model X SUV - autojosh

Dubai $15 Million World’s Most Expensive ‘P7’ Number Plate Spotted On A Tesla Model X SUV - autojosh





Al Olama said :

“I remember @elonmusk’s visit to Dubai to officially launch @Tesla. Now, a Model X carries the most expensive car number plate in the world ($15 million) in which all proceeds went to feeding people around the world. Next step is autonomous driving for the masses in the UAE.”

While many thinks that six-to-seven figure ultra-luxury cars from brands like Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Bugatti or Mercedes-Maybach will be taken the vanity plate for spin, the unknown owner has decided to affix it to a Tesla Model X which starts at $99,990.

'P7' License Plate Sells For World Record $15 Million At Charity Auction In Dubai - autojosh

The amount paid to own the ‘P7’ vanity plate smashes the 52.2 million dirhams ($14.2 million) Saeed Abdul Ghaffar Khouri, paid to buy ‘1’ registration plate in February 2008 at a charity auction in Dubai.

During the charity auction organised by Emirates Auction earlier in the month, the $15 million P7 license plate was affixed to limited-edition Bugatti Divo hypercar worth $5.9 million.





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