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The electric PFO hypercar from from Automobili Pininfarina is slated to be introduced to the world at the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland in March of next year.
Ferrari GTOs have long been at the top of the collectible car pyramid for various reasons, including "their rarity, power, beauty and success on the race track."
The contract was Cena's first in pro wrestling, and the Jeep also represented its own milestone for the then-rookie wrestler: He's said it was "the first car I ever paid cash for without some money from the parents."
The $3 million Chiron came on the scene as the latest in a prestigious dynasty of top-speed supercars, after the Bugatti Veyron set a top speed record of 267.8 miles per hour.
"What's with the Honda?" CBS's Bob Simon asked Amazon founder Jeff Bezos in 1999.
If Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's marriage doesn't end up working out, Prince Harry may be in position to lose a lot of money.
The Lamborghini Terzo Millennio is a concept car that would work by way of a body made out of "exotic carbon nanotubes" acting as a supercapacitor.
The 971K's significance in the history of auto racing isn't purely cinematic – Porsche dominated the field of endurance racing in the early 70s, with back to back victories won with the 971K in 1970 and 1971
Just in case you've lost track of every hypercar in the Mayweather fleet, the Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita is the one he's said to have paid almost $5 million for back in the summer of 2015.
Having a half a million dollars isn't enough to own one of these high-performance supercars. Ford needs to make sure that you're ready to tame the beast.
Anybody with an eBay account and $3.95 million can make an offer on the 2015 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse formerly owned by Floyd Mayweather.
The car itself was one of only 28 F1 GTRs developed and built back in the mid-90s for just the kind of racing that Mason was using it for, so it's hard to fault him too much for crashing it.