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What are the most expensive cars of 2016? – Part 2

Dearest friends, remember what we were talking about last time? That’s right: about our favorite subject, cars. Namely, amazing, lovely cars that cost very much – but that are, probably, worth it. Perhaps if we all had the money to purchase them, we would all make this choice. What are the most expensive cars of 2016? – Part 2 will bring us not just the sports alternatives we explored last time, but also other elegant and extravagant gems on four wheels.

So once again, here is our list of most expensive cars in 2016 – some of which are re-entries from the previous year.

At 4.5 million dollars, the Lamborghini Veneno is a mean and slick car for which you have to sign up on a very exclusive (and surprisingly long, all things considered) list. Only three pieces are sold every year, so both the price and the… perpetual “limited edition” status makes this car somewhat prohibitive. All the more reason to praise those who manage to own one.

Would you imagine the second position is occupied not by a prestigious manufacturer, but by a Dubai-based company? Lykan Hypersport has become one of the greatest manufacturer of elegant, luxurious cars in the world. Available at 3.4 million dollars, this beauty promises to get to 60 mph in less than three seconds.

In a few milliseconds more, the Aston Martin One-77 is able to get to 60 mph as well, and that is not even a third of the maximum speed of 220 mph it can reach! Available for 1.85 million dollars, this model combines speed, elegance and prestige.

For the same price, car lovers with oodles of money can purchase a Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster whose capacities are similar to that of the above mentioned Aston Martin.

We’d say any of these cars would make a fitting choice.

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