This summer as ever there is a huge influx of some of the world's most exclusive and rarest cars hitting the narrow roads of the most exclusive parts of London. These gas-guzzling motors are flown from the Gulf states.
Most Arab owners of these supercars are in their 20s or early 30s from extremely rich families from Qatar, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.
These mega rich boys have made London one of the world's supercars capital. The value of these expensive cars is expected to be around £50 million over this summer, like this McLaren owned by a young emirate who introduced himself as Rashed from Dubai only.
He said: every summer I fly my car and I liaise with my friends who bring also their cars, we enjoy ourselves together for a month and half, we go to Cannes then we return to London before we ship the cars back to our countries.
The cars from the Gulf that we caught a glimpse of were all luxurious and expensive, like Ferrari, Rolls Royce and Bugatti. Some owners did not want to be filmed but were happy to have shots taken of their precious motors.
Car spotters document the where about of these cars, Like this Bugatti Veyron, the world's first car to wear the finest porcelain on its body, It is the most expensive car with a price tag of £1.6 million, no wonder it draws onlookers. While it is an absolute bliss for car lovers, roar of the engines have shattered the nighttime peace for residents near the world famous department store Harrods.
An onlooker commented, "I am a car lover and the noise of the cars make me smile, but if I was a resident here, I can see why they probably get upset about it."
A young female car fan said: "I am taking a picture of the car because my colleagues told me it is the most expensive car in the world, it is a very special car with a unique appearance, adding I never seen such a car before."
With the London Olympics is less than four weeks away, it is anticipated to see a huge increase in Arab tourists this summer to the capital and the likely increase also in flouting parking restriction for those bringing their own cars as figures show £4 million has not been paid yet for 2010 traffic offences.