Consumers looking for a new motor to put in the garage of their property investment in Dubai may be interested in a model from BMW's 7 Series.
The manufacturer has announced sales in the Middle East of these vehicles have increased by 73 per cent during the first half of 2009.
It also revealed the UAE was another strong market, with the number of autos sold in Dubai and Abu Dhabi rising 32 and 142 per cent respectively.
Director of sales and marketing for the company's Middle East group James Crichton said the results were very encouraging, adding the 7 Series offers the best in engineering and technology.
"We are confident our flagship model will continue to set the trend in the luxury performance class and maintain BMW's leading position at the forefront of automotive innovation," he asserted.
Earlier this week, it was announced auto importer AGMC had installed its 6,000th vehicle with the BMW ConnectedDrive technology.