It’s not the biggest car in the world, but the one that is winning the UAE auction for goodwill online.
Auctioneer Abdul Karim told Al Jazeera the UAE’s biggest car was the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG E300, which was the most valuable car at the auction in terms of value.
It was followed by the Nissan GT-R LM NISMO, which sold for a staggering $13.4 million, followed by Ford Focus RS, which fetched $13 million.
“I would have liked to see more cars in the top ten,” Karim said.
“It is important that people are aware that they can bid for good.”
“They [the car sellers] will not get their money back because they do not have the money to pay back the buyers.”‘
The money is flowing in’The biggest winner of the auction was the BMW Z4 GTI, which raised $3.3 million for charity.
It was followed closely by the Ferrari 458 Italia, which brought in $3 million.
The Porsche 911 Carrera GT3 is also the most expensive car at auction, with its estimated worth of $2.3m.
“I don’t know about the Porsche, but it has been selling at auction for the last three years,” said Karim.
“And it is now worth more than the Ferrari.”
He said there are also many people bidding on the latest versions of the Audi A6 and the BMW M5.
“People are bidding on all the different models,” he said.
In total, the auction sold more than 7,000 cars, which include rare cars from around the world.
The biggest winner was a Jaguar XK, which has an estimated value of $12.8 million.
It was sold by an anonymous bidder on the auction site and sold for $10,000, which means it is expected to fetch a hefty sum for the seller.
“It is an incredible auction,” Karisaid.
“The money in the auction is flowing into charities.”‘
Bid for good’The winner of goodwill auctions in the United Arab Emirates is a company called Bide For Good.
It operates out of a luxury hotel in Dubai.
The company says the company is in the business of helping people from the Middle East and Africa, and the UAE is one of the places where it operates.
“We are helping people get out of poverty and living in the best conditions,” the company said in a statement.
But Bide for Good is not the only one making a big splash in the Middle Eastern region.
A Saudi Arabian company called A-Team has also won goodwill auctions and is now the most popular auction site for luxury goods.
It’s a global brand with sales in the US and other countries, and it has also been successful in the West.
Bide For Now has won auctions for more than 50 brands in the past, including the Porsche 911, Jaguar XF, BMW M4, BMW S500, Bentley Continental GT, Rolls-Royce Valkyrie and McLaren F1.
The UAE has also become one of China’s fastest growing economies, attracting more than 300,000 new businesses every year, according to a 2017 report by the United Nations Economic Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ECAP).
The UAE also has the largest foreign investment in the region, at $22.9 billion.
Bide for good is one part of the Bide Foundation, which is a charity run by the Abu Dhabi government.
The organisation has donated millions of dollars to charities in the country, including in the last few years, but says it is still not enough.