Milan Red Hypercar Launches in Dubai

Deals on Wheels luxury car showroom launched the Milan Red Supercar, the first of its kind in the UAE. The limited Supercar is one of 99 pieces available. The confusingly named Milan Automotive is based in Austria and the Milan Red is named after the Red Kite Bird of Prey (known as Rotmilan in German) The driving modes are quite cleverly named: Glide, Hunt, and Attack.


In the age of hybrid powered supercars, Milan Red chooses to be powered by a 6.2L quad-turbocharged V8 that produces 1,307HP, that’s quite a few ponies! It makes 0-100 km/h in 2.47 seconds with a top speed of 400 km/h.


It sports a lot of carbon fiber, the Austrian supercar will be the first street legal production car with a carbon fiber reinforced plastic double-wishbone suspension, arguably the most interesting feature of this car along with a proposed steering wheel that measures the heart rate of the driver. Interesting, but sort of gimmicky.


Deals on Wheels will be the supplier of the Milan Red in the GCC region. The invite only, unveiling of the car was star studded with many notable VIPs making an appearance. Abbas Sajwani of Damac Properties and many members of the royal family were among them. Instagram celebrities such as MoeMoneyOfficial, Natalia Itani, Mo_vlogs and his family, and many others were in attendance. The launch event took place with much song and dance (I mean that literally, there were dancers) An elegant event for the top 1% of the UAE. We are yet to see the interior as the model unveiled at the Deals on Wheels showroom was a clay model, with the original coming in some time next year.


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