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When is the car you want? And when can you buy it?

In January this year, the first car in the Dubai car modification simulator, called Car Modification Simulator 1, was unveiled in the heart of Dubai’s grand Sheikh Zayed Road.

Designed to be a realistic simulation, the simulator was made possible by a $5m grant from the US Department of Energy.

In the video below, we see the car in action.

It’s a four-door hatchback, the world’s most expensive car to date.

Its price tag is around $150,000.

The car is called the Car Modifications Simulator 1 and it’s a first for Dubai.

But the city’s car modification industry is only beginning.

The first car to be licensed in the simulator, the Nissan Rogue, is still in the works.

This car is a five-door coupe with a 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, making an estimated 580hp (360kW).

It’s expected to be released around 2019.

But Dubai is also planning to license a range of other vehicles, including a sport utility vehicle, a luxury SUV and a new luxury passenger car.

Dubai’s car industry is booming.

In 2017, Dubai recorded a total of more than $2.2bn in revenue, and the city has seen a growth of about 5% each year since 2013.

Dublin’s car and light manufacturing industries have also been on a rapid rise.

The city’s main car factories are now producing cars for the global market, which in turn has helped Dubai to become the world capital of the car industry.

In 2017, the city saw a total 3,865 new cars produced in its production sector.

DubbleDubai was founded in 1842 by Sultan Qaboos bin Rashid al Maktoum, who established the Kingdom of Dubai in 1887.

He founded the Dubai Economic Development Company (DITC) in 1928, a precursor to the International Monetary Fund.

Dubrisi is a city of about 200,000 people in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), which is home to about half the world population.

In 2013, Dubai was ranked as the most popular tourist destination in the world by TripAdvisor.

Dubaji’s car manufacturing sector is dominated by Hyundai and Kia.

The latter, the third-largest carmaker in the Middle East after Volkswagen and Ford, has its production plants in the UAE.

Dubiusi’s carmakers are building a range for the UAE’s domestic market, with a range called the Kia Concept.

Dubis the largest carmaker to have its production facilities in the Gulf region.

Its cars are sold in UAE markets in more than 150 countries.