An expensive car speaks a lot about the person who owns it,their financial status and their style.
Owning a car in Kenya is a dream for many people.However,it comes down more than just owning but also to your style and taste.Besides your style,it tells people about your financial status, something that interest Kenyan.Photo Courtesy.
The Roll Royce Ghost
It is a powerful machine that comes with a V12-engine with a capacity of 6592cc.It is owned by a Billionaire Jimmy Wanjigi and costs about KES 45million.Photo Courtesy.
President Uhuru Kenyatta is using one of the most expensive cars in the world.This classy machine is worth Ksh.160 million.The vehicle is armoured and can withstand bullet shot.Photo Courtesy.
Maina Kangemi is a popular Classic FM presenter and a car enthusiast.His love for car made him among the first people to own a Hummer in Kenya.Maina's cars BMW worth 19million.Photo Courtesy.
This powerful machine is worth KES 24million in Kenya today.It is owned by Kevin Mulei the businessman behind Mo Sound and Groove Awards.Photo Courtesy.
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