5 cool cars at the 2019 Detroit Auto show!
With a 6.5-liter V12 engine hand built in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy and 729 horsepower, the Aventador can definitely turn some heads. Launching in 2011, Lamborghini originally planned to make just 4,000 of these vehicles, but hit the 5,000 mark in 2016. To get behind the wheel of a 2019 Aventador S, it will set you back a cool $417,650.
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It's not hard for this car to get double takes with a 616 horsepower and a top speed of more than 200 mph. This 7-speed dual-clutch whip can rip from zero to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds and hit the quarter-mile mark in less than 11 seconds. It's also the base car for McLaren 650S.
RK Rally Custom Corvette
A customized Corvette Z06 that's a member in the RK Rally Group. If you see this squad rolling into town, be sure to stop and watch as some of the most beautiful cars roll from event to event.
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Rolls Royce Ghost
Assembled at the Goodwood plant in West Sussex, England, the Ghost has a 6.6-liter V12 engine and can churn out more than 560 horsepower. Starting at a cool $311,900, the Ghost is one of Rolls Royce's more "affordable" vehicles.
Mercedes Benz G-Wagen 4x4 Brabus
It's not quite as rugged as the 6x6, but Mercedes' 4x4 G-Wagen is a car most of us would still feel comfortable off-roading in. That is, if you're okay with taking a quarter-million dollar vehicle off the pavement. And that's before Brabus, the largest aftermarket Mercedes-Benz tuner, gets its pricey hands on these rides.