Top 4 Most Expensive Cars Made In America

Posted: Aug 30 2016, 1:22pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 30 2016, 1:33pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles


Top 4 Most Expensive Cars Made in America
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  • Here are the Four Most Expensive Cars Made in US

These are the most famous and most expensive cars made in America.

A six figure price makes a car pretty expensive. It was the first time in 2008 when Chevy introduced a ZR1 for $100,000. After that so many cars with a six figure price tag have been released.

Here is the list (via AutoBlog) for you that will tell you that most expensive cars are being made and also sold in America these days too.

Hennessey Venom GT
This is by far the most expensive car that has ever been made in America. It’s a monster that has a lot going on under the hood. It is compared to Bugatti and Koenigsegg. It has a V8, 7.0 liter twin turbo engine. It costs $1.1 million and $1.2 million for Spyder version.

Acura NSX
The Acura NSX is manufactured in Marysville at the manufacturing center of Honda. The car is packed with a 3.5 liter twin turbo engine with a V6 hybrid powertrain. The new NSX is a state of an art car with a price tag of $157,800. However with a few added features its price can go as above as $200,000.

Dodge Viper ACR
It is another great car which is manufactured in America. This can be yours in $90,000. The car is available in $118k with new technology and increased facilities. Its price can go as far as $150k with the addition of many other features. It is developed in the facility at Detroit.

Mercedes AMG GLS63
Everybody knows that Mercedes are made in Germany, however that is not entirely true. Mercs are being made and assembled in America as well. The AMG GLE63 is available almost as near as $100,000. The GLS63 is available at $125,000. With the addition of a few new features you can get it in almost $140,000.

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