The Short List is back and it’s more luxurious, exclusive and exotic than ever.
It’s also more absurd.
That’s because this installment of our new video list feature is all about the Top 10 Most Expensive Cars in the World. From Bugattis to Ferraris to cars you’ve never even heard of, Craig Cole and his cousin/alter ego Fitzgerald run down the list of cars so pricey you’ll likely never even see on in person. Ever!
The more hardcore Lamborghini Aventador SV will demand nearly a 25-percent premium over the standard Aventador.
Having made its debut earlier this month at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, the Italian automaker will offer the Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce for a cool $493,069 including gas-guzzler tax and destination fee. Considering the standard Aventador runs $400,995, the Superveloce’s upgrades will cost nearly $100,000 but that might be worth it for a 110-lb weight savings and an extra 50 hp.
The Italian automaker will be giving the Huracan a diet, while shedding the all-wheel drive equipment for rear-wheel drive to take on the new Ferrari and McLaren 675LT. According to a report from Australia’s Motoring, Lamborghini has also confirmed it will develop a cheaper rear-wheel drive Huracan model that will carry the LP610-2 nameplate. It appears that the news came from Lamborghini chief test driver, Giorgio Sanna, who revealed the details to British magazine Evo prior to the Geneva Motor Show, at the launch of the LP620-2 Super Trofeo race car in Malaysia.
Modern vehicles are expensive, but one way to avoid headaches and purchasing a new ride is by properly maintaining your existing car or truck. As the old saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
Not only can regular maintenance save you money but it can also prevent unexpected mechanical failures. Nobody wants to be stranded on the side of the road in the middle of the night during a thunderstorm. Keeping up with your vehicle’s needs is critical to a happy ownership experience and fortunately there’s quite a bit the average motorist can do to keep their ride running in tip-top shape.
Lamborghini is teasing something special before its Geneva Motor Show Debut next week.
A video teaser has been released, touting the new vehicle as 'the most reactive car.' Although Lambo never reveals the identity of the vehicle in the video, it is almost surely the Aventador SV that we recently caught testing in spy photos.
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