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    Default An extensive review of the coolest car on the road today.

    And presented by two of my favorite people on the planet.

    Sit back, turn up the volume (for those V8 sounds) and relax.


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    Default Re: An extensive review of the coolest car on the road today.

    The unfortunate soul that voted this one star must drive something way better.

    Do share

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    Default Re: An extensive review of the coolest car on the road today.

    Thanks Johan. Fascinating!
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    Default Re: An extensive review of the coolest car on the road today.

    A trip into the motoring future of the super rich. $ 2'400'000 x 16 = R 38'400'000. Oil baron stuff. (add VAT of R 5760000 to put it into perspective)

    Thanks Johan.
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    Default Re: An extensive review of the coolest car on the road today.

    Quote Originally Posted by Francois Theron View Post
    Thanks Johan. Fascinating!
    Quote Originally Posted by Poen View Post
    A trip into the motoring future of the super rich. $ 2'400'000 x 16 = R 38'400'000. Oil baron stuff. (add VAT of R 5760000 to put it into perspective)

    Thanks Johan.
    Thanks, I give all credit to Jay Leno for being such a wonderful host and devoted car nut, and to Christian von Koenigsegg for being the driving force behind these spectacular creations.

    What earns my admiration is how the human element remains intrinsically involved in the driving experience, and there's no talk of autonomous this and autopilot that.

    If this is the future of the hypercar, I think we are in good hands. And we can rest assured that posters of these will adorn the bedroom walls of teenagers to come.

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