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Anonymous asked in Cars & TransportationCar MakesMercedes-Benz · 1 decade ago

what is the costliest car in the world?

it is starting with the letter m

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  • Pablo
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    1 decade ago
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    The most expensive car in the world is the original Rolls Royce Silver Phantom, 1911, license # AX 201. It is worth 200 million U.S.

  • 1 decade ago

    Saleen S7 $395,000

    Exotic supercars are extreme in every sense. But what to make of this claim: According to the Saleen S7 press release, its aerodynamic ground effects are so effective, and create so much down force (what holds a car to the road at high speeds), that even if you drove the S7 upside down at 160 mph on some sort of Hot Wheels roller-coaster track that exploded into real-life scale, the car wouldn't lose its contact with the road.

    Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible $363,990

    The Corniche Convertible may be the world's last completely anachronistic automobile. That is, it's a Rolls-Royce, a car in which anyone with any sense would want to be driven. And yet the Corniche has less backseat room than a C-Class Mercedes-Benz--and you could buy a dozen C-Classes for one Corniche Convertible. Also, there's only seven cubic feet of trunk space, which isn't much better than the trunk space of a Mazda Miata. OK, you don't buy a Rolls to be practical, but the car at least should be big, right?

    Bentley Azure Convertible Mulliner $376,485

    If this car looks a lot like the Rolls Corniche Convertible, you're on to something. Both cars ride on the same wheelbase and have the same motor, although in the Bentley you get much more torque and horsepower.

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    Lamborghini Murciélago $273,000

    The newest Lamborghini has gotten some criticism of late because it's not as gonzo as the first Countach was when it debuted. Funny thing is, a lot of those critics haven't even seen a Murciélago in person. When you do, your jaw drops and then closes again, and your mouth forms a grin. And you do not criticize. This may not be as groundbreaking a design as the first shark-like Lambo, but it's still one awesome-looking machine. And you know what, there's no mistaking it for anything else. That's why the design wins for us.

    Ferrari 575 M Maranello (about $215,000; final prices will be set soon)

    The "M" in the new 575 M Maranello stands for "modified," with an increased displacement of 5.75 liters, versus the 550 Maranello, which was, of course, 5.5 liters. The engine is still up front, still one of the prettiest sounding V-12s you will ever get to hear, but shifting can now be made via a Formula 1-style paddle unit that resides behind the steering wheel. Power is up to 515 horsepower, 0-60 times have dropped to four seconds and top speed is up to 202 miles per hour, if you're in a very big hurry.

    Source(s): forbes
  • 1 decade ago

    I am Maybachjr, but I am not the costliest car in the world.

    I may qualify a the most expensive luxury sudan available through your local dealer by speacial order.

  • 1 decade ago

    It said in the newspaper recently that the Bugatti Veyron which has a W16 cylinder engine of 1,000 Horse Power costs around $2 million dollars brand new. That is the most expensive brand new car you can buy. But some classic cars are priced higher but thats only because they are classics. so they dont count.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Id agree with the previous answer, Mclaren F1.

  • 1 decade ago

    Bugatti Veyron.

  • Bugatti Type 41 Royale. There is only one made in the entire world and it costs $10,000,000.

    M could also be the Maybach

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    McLaren F1 $1,131,120 than Maserati MC12 $840,000

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Bugatti Type 41 Royale - $10million

  • 1 decade ago

    McClaren F1

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