Maybach Exelero - Expensive Car In The World

Posted by sayed khalid Thursday, March 29, 2012 1 comments

Expensive Car In The World

The German car manufacturer Maybach, was first introduced Maybach Exelero in 2005. With a top speed of 351 km/hr, this is said to be the fastest two-seater car in the world. The Price of this luxury car is at a whopping $8,000,000 USD. To buy these car you have to be extraordinarily wealthy. If you just happen to win the lottery over and over and think that you can finally lay your hands on a Maybach, I’d suggest you spend that money in acquiring a vacation home in at least three continents along with a Mercedes S-class sedan to accessorize each home. But, if you happen to be P. Diddy, then nothing should stop you from buying this insanely expensive beauty for your 16 year old son’s birthday! However, you do not need to have any money to enjoy these beautiful photos of the Maybach Exelero and I’d suggest a good nap after to drive this dream car.

Expensive Car In The World
Expensive Car In The World
Expensive Car In The World
Expensive Car In The World
Expensive Car In The World
Expensive Car In The World

Maybach Exelero - Expensive Car In The World
Maybach Exelero - Expensive Car In The World
Maybach Exelero - Expensive Car In The World
Maybach Exelero - Expensive Car In The World
Maybach Exelero - Expensive Car In The World
Maybach Exelero - Expensive Car In The World
Maybach Exelero - Expensive Car In The World
Maybach Exelero - Expensive Car In The World

Response to "Maybach Exelero - Expensive Car In The World"

  1. Chverolet Captiva Says:

    This car resembles to the phantom's ring.Aston Martin, Ferrari, Maserati, Koenigsegg, Porsche are all here in India now, selling their multi crore cars. These supercars look beautiful and are superfast, but are more of a showpiece than practical vehicles for Indian roads. Their 500+ horses (Koenigsegg has 1000+) will seldom be utilized to full. With pothole and spead breaker filled Indian roads, these cars are not for everyday commute, but their buyers would buy them for status and not really for everyday use.

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