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The 5 Cars We’ve Driven in 2017 with the Biggest Price Tags
For the majority of the car-buying population Earth, the average price tag, or at least what’s considered a normal, is closer to $30,000 than it is even $50,000, let alone $100,000. But, there is an upper stratosphere in the car market where no option list is too long and no custom appointment is too outlandish, and every so often Gear Patrol is granted access to that upper echelon of automotive royalty. Some of the cars are more special than others — but it’s always a treat.
2017 Bentley Bentayga
Your IKEA furniture does not count as “handbuilt.” A Bentayga, though…
2018 Aston Martin Vanquish S Volante
Aston Martin is welcoming a new era; first, a goodbye party for the old.
2017 Aventador S
It’s Lamborghini’s most technologically advanced V12 ever.
2017 Ford GT
The best Ford has to offer, all in one mind-blowing car.
2018 Bugatti Chiron
The Chiron is much, much more than an avalanche of statistics.
There are 265 car models available in the U.S. market; thus, there are choices. We help narrow them down. Read the Story