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This supremely rare, 17' long whip was originally owned by a Prussian baroness, who
secretly worked for Cobra...Shelby Cobra took it with her when she fled the Nazis to Monaco, Switzerland, and finally stateside on the Queen Mary.
Foregoing exterior mirrors in favor of cameras that monitor the traffic around you, Lambo's SUV'll rock over 600hp while emitting less CO2 than its BMW or Porsche "counterparts", proving once and for all that exterior mirrors are the leading cause of global warming.
One of only 38 ever made, this Cab boasts a 135hp eight-cylinder engine that can somehow get it moving at over 100mph.
This electric supercar's not only capable of doing 0-60 in under 4s thanks to twin motors that pump 402hp, but can operate emission-free for up to 30 miles... proving once and for all that 31 miles is the leading cause of global warming.
Owned by Clark Gable, this OG convertible was featured in the 1938 film Merrily We Live, which is exactly how you live when you can afford to pay nearly $10mil for a car.
One of two debuts from the brand this weekend, RR's only planning on producing 35 of these bad boys, which harken back to the firm's aviation roots via interiors modeled after antique plane cockpits, not to mention sky-high price tags.
Used as a camera car in Le Mans following a short career actually racing, this GT sold on Friday for $11mil, the most ever for an American car at auction.
Impressively created in the six weeks following the heralded debut of their Coupe collab, this drop-top features a similar mesh "Z" grill while rocking a totally new rear, not that the original had too much junk in the trunk.
Unveiled over the weekend, this 618hp folding hard-top convertible boasts a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V-8 capable of 0-60 in 3.1 seconds.
One of only nine ever produced, this 250 once appeared in The Love Bug, but required full restoration after a classic Hollywood meltdown left it abandoned beside a freeway.