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The latest car news and automotive events from Qatar and its capital Doha.

Car Crash: Ford GT Wrecked in Qatar

Yesterday, a Ford GT was wrecked in Qatar. The members over at SupercarsDubai managed to get pictures of the wreck. Again, there's no details...

Video: Ferrari 458 Italia in Qatar Doing 245km/h

YouTube member Justin Supercars experienced an amazing ride in a Ferrari 458 Italia owned by one of his friends when he was in Qatar....

Video Of The Day: Maserati GranTurismo S in Qatar

GTspirit reader Justin just uploaded another video from his trip to Qatar. Whilst we don't condone driving at these speeds through traffic, we think...

Turquoise Rolls-Royce Phantom in Doha, Qatar

GTspirit reader Justin just got back from a two week holiday in Qatar and Dubai. He spotted many awesome cars, but there is one...

Video: First Koenigsegg Agera R in London

The first Koenigsegg Agera R arrived in London yesterday. This Koenigsegg Agera R drives around on Qatari plates and its owned by the Royal...

Official: 2012 Nissan GT-R VVIP Edition for UAE & GCC

The release of the 2010 Nissan GT-R is a known fact to us all. The updated model is available in numerous versions including the...

Official: Volkswagen Touareg Gold Edition

Volkswagen showed another special Touareg concept at the Qatar Motor Show this week. The Volkswagen Touareg Gold Edition is one of the most expensive...

Official: Porsche Panamera 4S Exclusive Middle East Edition

Porsche will reveal the Panamera 4S Exclusive Middle East Edition at the Qatar Motor Show. Limited to just 66 vehicles, this Gran Turismo is...

Army Panamera at Qatar National Day

A military parade was held in Doha, Qatar last weekend in celebration of Qatar National Day. During the parade the Qatar Armed Forces (QAF)...

Pink Lamborghini Murciélago LP 670-4 SV in Doha

Just to cheer you all up a bit after the sad story of the Jaguar XJ220 parked in Qatar, the guys at Crank &...

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