Some of these vehicles in this list cost as much as the Kenya Government spent to build the Standard Gauge Railway, while others can easily fund the cost of bringing in those Cuban doctors in June.
This luxurious cars make you want to rethink your life and the decisions you are making now, but for now just drool!!!
Pagani Huayra ($1.4M)
That’s a cool Sh141Million.
This car is named after a South American wind god called Huayra Tata. A mid-engined hypercar with a better power-to-weight ratio than a Bugatti Veyron SS, the 1,350kg Huayra uses a 6.0-litre AMG-sourced 60-degree V12 with two turbos to produce 700-ish bhp and 728lb ft of torque. Translation? Zero to 62mph in less than 3.5 seconds and ‘over’ 230mph. There’s a seven-speed sequential driving the rear wheels only, and the ‘box is interesting in that it isn’t a dual-clutch: Horacio Pagani believed that the increase in weight (70kg extra) over a normal sequential wasn’t the kind of trade-off he wanted to make.
Aston Martin One-77 ($1.4M)
Sounds crazy right? But again, that’s Sh141Million.
The car which was developed in New Zealand can reach 100kmph from zero in just 3.7 seconds and travels up to 354kmph. It weighs 1630kg, has a whopping 7.3L V12 engine, and a carbon fibre monocoque structure.
Koenigsegg One:1 ($2.0M)
The car boasts of a 1:1 kilogram-to-horsepower ratio. . That’s right, this car has 1,340 hp, and can theoretically peak 273 mph. Simply put, this is one of the fastest automobiles ever made, and behind its F1-style honeycomb core, carbon fiber intake manifold, and ventilated ceramic brakes, it’s one of the most militant. The car goes for Ksh201.6 million.
Ferrari F60 America ($2.5M)
The car goes for Ksh 252 Million, with that kind of money you can buy land in Lavington according to statistics released in Kenya, invest and still walk around throwing some cash.
Mansory Vivere Bugatti Veyron ($3.4M)
The luxurious car boasts of a fascinating carbon fiber body, an accumulation spoiler package, upgraded LED lights, a rebuffed cabin, and a redesigned stomach grill. Further classifying the Veyron as a take take steps of art, and it can do 254 mph
Larger air outlets on the flanks of the vehicle and at the rear give optimized motor cooling, and together with the new diffuser and the two air intakes, they underline the transition from roof to bonnet on this powerful car design.
The car goes for Ksh342.7 million