Monday, November 11, 2013
Price - $1,6 million
Huh, that’s cheap, as compared to other heros of this review. If you first look at the Reventon, you will probably think this is a stealth fighter. What makes this car so special? Well, it managed to reach 220 mph in Dubai (well, where else?) and can accelerate to 60 mph in 3.4 seconds. It is the second most expensive Lamborghini car. This is Lambirghini, and it cannot be cheap.
Aston Martin One-77
Ah, those sweet Aston Martin cars that Agent 007 James Bond loves so much. Indeed, Aston Martin have a unique charm. If you have $1.8M this car can be yours. What are you going to purchase? It is a 750 hp vehicle with top speed of 220 mph. Not bad, huh? V12 engine will take you to 60 mph in 3.4 second. Aston Martin is a popular choice for Saudi princes. By the way, there are only 77 such cars in the world. So, $1.8M is not that much, I think! After all, if you have $1.8 for a car like that, you certainly have some more money left.
W Motors Lykan Hypersport
Now let’s get to babies that are really expensive. By the way, did you know that Lebanon is the country that produces one of the most expensive cars in the world? You may or may not believe me, but this is a fact! Lykan Hypersport is made in Lebanon, no matter how weird this may sound. This baby is very powerful. With V6 engine it can reach 245 mph and gain 60 mph in 2.7 seconds. The company focused on both performance and design. The design is simply fantastic and futuristic.
This is the most expensive car in the world. Should I tell you more? It is fast, it is stylish, it is futuristic. This is more than just a car. Lamborghini Veneno will offer you anything you’d want in a car and even more. I don’t know what kind of person you should be not to like this vehicle. This is a dream, and for most of us it will remain such.
Well, if you do not have that much money, you may look for a used car at http://www.carsautobuy.co.za/. This is a popular used cars marketplace, and pretty reliable too.
Robert Davis is a journalist that spent more than 20 years researching cars and car history, so he knows a little bit about everything that relates to vehicles. He also loves technology and loves blogging about it at http://techeden.net/.