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This $10'000'000 Bugatti Type 41 Royale is one of the Worlds most expensive cars this 12.7 litre Bugatti was created by Ettore Bugatti after a failed atempt to secure an order from the French Goverment. The Bugatti 41 Royale was last sold in 1987 and fetched £5.5 Million pounds.
Estimated sale price $10'000'000
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With its luxurious length of 4.47 m, the Veyron is a perfectly balanced combination of high-powered performance and sleek, racy design.
Even at complete standstill, the car’s enormous power is made visible by its impressive mid-engine, elevated majestically beneath the chassis. Simultaneously, the Veyron’s bold proportions, well-balanced surfaces, and clear line structures give an impression of pure, sleek elegance.
The design of the Veyron honors a great heritage without drifting off into retro style. Every detail of the classic two-tone color scheme, a quote from the 1920s and 1930s, has been carefully thought out, resulting in the typical Bugatti profile with the classic, contrasting ellipsis – the stylistic element used by Ettore Bugatti himself. The “crest line”, which runs uninterrupted from the hood to the only 1.21-m-high roof, is a proud homage to the Veyron’s forebears. Thus, the Veyron’s classic paintwork and harmonious design connect this state-of-the-art super sports car to the glorious heritage of Bugatti automobiles. Powered by a 16-cylinder turbocharged 8.0-liter engine, the Veyron reaches 60 m.p.h. in 2.5 seconds and has a top speed of 253 m.p.h.
$2'000'000 or you can lease this car for just $25'000 a month with a $40'000 deposit!
Lamborghini has gotten some criticism of late because it's not as MINT as the first Countach was when it debuted. Funny thing is, a lot of those critics haven't even seen a Murciélago in person.
Lamborghini Murcielago $285K