5 Most Expensive Cars in the World
These are the 5 most expensive cars in the world.
1. Mc Laren P1:
In my article today, Mc Laren happens to be the most expensive car I the world. It was released in October 2013 by the British Manufacturer by the company name Mc Laren Automatic and it has been bought so many times by people all over the world. It is recently sold for 1.15 Million Dollars.
2. Ferrari La Ferrari:
It happens to be the most ambitious project from the limited production hybrid sports car and its current price is 1.4 million dollars.
3. Zenvo Ts1 GT:
It is a limited edition production sports car and was first unveiled at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show and its current price is 1.9 Million Dollars.
4. Koenigsegg One:
It was introduced in 2014 and was one of the most exclusive production car programs over envisaged in the car industry and its recent price is 2 million dollars.
5. Mc Laren Speedtail:
It is a limited production hybrid sports car and the fourth edition in the Mc Laren Ultimate Series.
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