What you're about to see and learn about is the world's most expensive car, the Buggati Lat Voit Nor, its value, features, and the only person on the planet who owns it.
It was released in 2019 and costs a whopping 19 million dollars (353,063,700.00 South African Rand) at the current exchange rate.
It's made of carbon fire and has a top speed of 259 meters per hour, which is faster than any other vehicle.
The Bugatti Lat Voit Nor, priced at billions of Rands, is not a toy for youngsters, and even the world's wealthiest people can only admire and photograph it, never buying it.
With the sum of it being sold, one might theoretically purchase 300 G wagons and 50 Rolls Royces.
South Africa, you're always going to have Change, which is surprising.
Cristiano Ronaldo, a Juventus footballer, is the only person in the world who is considered to own this amazing vehicle.
Former Real Madrid striker and current Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo is the world's only human with this machine.
According to rumors, he purchased it only a few days after it was released and had to wait a year for it to be shipped to his garage.
This Rare Gem is many people's dream, and all we have to do is read and write about it. For people like me (who have the means), it's a thing of beauty that I could gaze at for the rest of my life.
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