VIDEO: Check out an Audi R8 V10 Plus and R8 RWS in Al Hazm Mall

Located in the Qatar’s capital of Doha, the Al Hazm Mall is the world’s most luxurious shopping center. Apparently, it’s nicknamed the “Mall for Millionaires”. It’s said to be the result of an $825,000,000 effort to build one of the world’s most astonishingly luxurious and beautiful places. It’s said to be home to more than 60,000-tons of marble, much of which comes from Italy and Greece. It’s simply breathtaking. And in this new video from Auditography, we see an Audi R8 RWS and an R8 V10 Plus hanging out inside.

Despite being incredibly new, the Al Hazm Mall looks as if it was designed by Michelangelo himself. It looks ancient and gorgeous. And in stark contrast of that are the Audi R8 twins sitting on priceless Italian marble. The Audi R8 is one of the most modern looking cars on the road, with crisp lines and almost impossibly sharply stamped steel. Combine that style and design with sleek LED headlights and taillights and it’s the exact opposite of the world’s most expensive mall. It looks fantastic.

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As always, Auditography’s videography is beautiful, showing off the sleek, modern lines of the Audi R8 against the old-world style marble. The slow shots of Audi’s LED turn signals pulsing look fantastic. When those mighty V10s rev inside the echoing marble hall, it sounds absolutely epic. Although, we can only get but a small taste of what it actually sounded like in person. We’d pay to hear a 5.2 liter, naturally-aspirated V10 scream in a marble hall like that. It must have been glorious.

What’s funny, too, is the fact that the people shopping at that mall must actually think the Audi R8 is cheap. These people are the elite of the elite, driving Bugattis and McLaren P1s. We’re talking million-dollar hypercars, not $150,000 Audis. Still, the design and style of the Audi R8 makes it look right at home there.

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Nico DeMattia

I've been in love with cars since I was a kid, specifically German cars. Now I get to drive them talk about them on the internet.