Top 7 most extravagant cars in Nigeria

02/03/2018

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Check out top 7 most unbelievably expensive luxury cars spotted across the country now.

There are hundreds of vehicles running on Nigerian roads but most of them are the regularly-price cars and you can totally afford one among them.

Would you like to look at the most expensive luxury models which only wealthy people or celebrities in Nigeria can afford to own?

Check out top 7 most unbelievable expensive supercars spotted in the country now.  

1. Porsche Turbo S

Davido and his Porsche Turbo S

One of the most the expensive cars in Davido's unbelievable collection is a Porsche Turbo S

Davido owns himself the most expensive luxury car collection of over 12 pricey supercars in his garage. One of the most the expensive cars in Davido's unbelievable collection is a Porsche Turbo S.

2. Bugatti Veyron

A Bugatti Veyron

A Bugatti Veyron now cost more than ₦330,000,000 

A Bugatti Veyron now costs more than ₦330,000,000, boasting an impeccable design, sleek lines, outstanding driving characteristics and iconic status in the automotive industry.

You can regularly spot this Veyron on the Lagos streets, so it seems that it is not too hard for a population of wealthy Nigerians to own this pricey car.

3. Rolls-Royce Phantom II

Roll-Royce Phantom II

Nigerian buyers seem to fonder British models, especially the Roll-Royce Phantom II 

Nigerian buyers seem to fonder British models, especially the Roll-Royce Phantom II. The supercar appears to have no change in the design over the time but still completely different with other models you have ever seen.

The iconic Phantom II looks even more attractive when coming in gold colour. Of course, the gold Roll-Royce Phantom II would get a much higher cost than ones in other colours. Customers must add 100,000 Naira for this fancy colour.  

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4. Mercedes Brabus G700

Mercedes Brabus G700

Mercedes Brabus G700 is sold at ₦180,000,000 

Sold at ₦180,000,000 in the market, the Mercedes Brabus G700 deserves to be named in the list of the most extravagant vehicles in Nigeria. Some people say that it is too expensive to own such car, but please check out what Mercedes Brabus G700 offers like its style, the thrill of driving and mechanics, you would see that the car totally deserves with its price.

5. Plymouth Prowler Convertible

Plymouth Prowler Convertible

The Plymouth Prowler Convertible is appreciated as the most eye-catching luxury car 

Even though not being the most expensive car, the Plymouth Prowler Convertible is appreciated as the most eye-catching one.

Jim Iyke, a famous Nigerian actor as well as a costly car collector, is the owner of this extravagant Plymouth Prowler. The car has the appearance similar to a true racing car which is admired by numerous car lovers around the world.

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6. Range Rover Sentinel

Range Rover Sentinel

Most of the famous celebrities and politicians around the world use this armored Range Rover Sentinel 

This Range Rover Sentinel is the best choice for those who prefer a supercar coming with both a good look and advanced security features.

Many of the famous celebrities and politicians around the world use this armored Sentinel. Therefore, it is no wonder that the richest Nigerians also would like to buy this car as soon as it has gone on sale in the market.  

7. Lamborghini Aventador

Lamborghini Aventador

Due to its too expensive price tag, ₦80,000,000, this Lamborghini Aventador is just a dream of car lovers

Talking about the most extravagant cars in Nigeria, the first one jumping to the car lover’s mind might be the Lamborghini Aventador. However, due to its too expensive price tag, ₦80,000,000, this luxury car is just their dream.

Nevertheless, similar to Bugatti Veyron, the expensive car is often spotted on Lagos roads, which reveals several rich Lagosians can afford this Lamborghini.

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