7 Most Expensive Cars From Around The World

March 25, 2018 Author: Gaurav Shingala
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    Bentley State Limousine-$15.17 million

    The Bentley State Limousine is Queen Elizabeth's ride, the most costly limousine on the planet, made uncommonly by the marque car creators for her Golden Jubilee in 2002.
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    Gold Plated Rolls Royce Silver Spur Limo-$14 million

    As though gold plated window films in the Princess' Mini weren't sufficient, the Sultan of Brunei praised his big day going in a 24 karat gold plated Rolls Royce Silver Spur Limo. Unique accentuation was laid on the wheel tops that were additionally created with gold.
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    Batmobile Limousine-$4.2 million

    It won't astound you if Bruce Wayne pulled up in a limo, isn't that so? In any case, imagine a scenario in which Batman slid out of a Batmobile limo. While we'll never know the response to that inquiry, we do know there's this Batmobile limo out there no doubt and it's a significant machine, finish with batwings!
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    The American Dream-$4 million

    Suitably named, the longest auto on the planet, the 100 foot Cadillac Eldorado is genuinely a ponder! The vehicle has its lone heli-cushion and a jacuzzi in light of the fact that after you arrive from a long excursion in the chopper you need to go in for an unwinding shower.
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    Moves Royce Phantom Limo-$3.8 million

    Extravagance is a given the moment you read the words "Moves Royce" and this Phantom limo is a reinforced form of that undeniable extravagance. Clearly the lodge has a whole office space worked in!
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    The Midnight Rider-$2.5 million

    A trailer, for's the love of all that is pure and holy, the Midnight Rider is absolutely a sparkling dark brute. What's inside is past amazing - a whole dance club for 40, packed with a bar!
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    Maybach 62 Landaulet-$1.4 million

    The most extravagant limo of now is the right time, the Maybach 62 Landaulet was a question of interest for a few Middle-Easterners who had the sort of transfer salary to binge spend in the moving lap of extravagance. The most magnificent element of the Landaulet was its completely retractable best, a first in a limo.