Currently in Kenya, there are many varieties of cars, some are expensive while others are cheap and affordable. The cheapest car cost as low as 300,000 Kenyan shilings while the expensive one can even cost a billion.
Here are the list of the most expensive cars, their prizes and the owners.
Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand SportIt cost 300 millions without taxes. This car was spotted at Mombasa town parked outside a motel.
Bugatti Veyron cam move as fast as 410km/h and moves from 0 to100km/h in 2.6 seconds. The owner was unleveled for unknown reasons.
Uhuru Kenyatta owns a Mercedes Benz Pullman s600 guar,it has the ability resist bullet (bullet proof). Also can negotiate a sharp corner at a speed of 10km/h,it cost 100 millions before import and 150 millions locally.
He is the sport pesa CEO and also one of the richest guys who drives the most expensive cars in Kenya and perhaps in East Africa. Ronald drives a Mercedes Benz s600 with special plate ACE 888.
He is Among the Kenyans who drives expensive cars,he owns a Mercedes Benz s class maybach which costs 48 million from his pocket after taxes. This car can sport from 0 to 100km/h in 60 seconds, luckily it is not a fuel guzzler since it can use as low as 8.9 Littles for 100 kilometers.The mentioned people are a few among many, but the remaining we shall talk about them in the next article.
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