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The 10 Most Expensive Cars in America

10. Wraith
>Make:
Rolls-Royce
> Fair purchase price: $298,225
> Trim: Coupe 2D

Rolls-Royce began selling cars in 1906. Today, the company produces three of the most expensive cars on the U.S. market. With a price tag of nearly $300,000, the 2015 Wraith is one of them. The British company, which is also famous for producing engines for naval warships and for commercial and military aircraft, equips the Wraith with a 12-cylinder engine that produces 624 horsepower. According to the company website, the Wraith’s body is built by hand to ensure maximum interior space. Buyers can choose from 44,000 different color hues for the vehicle’s exterior.

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9. FF
>Make:
Ferrari
> Fair purchase price: $302,450
> Trim: Coupe 2D

Introduced in 2011, the Ferrari FF is one of the most expensive cars on the American market. The FF, which stands for Ferrari Four, is the Italian automaker’s first 4-wheel drive vehicle. Ferrari describes the FF’s body style as a shooting brake, a 2-door sports car with a hatchback door. Globally, Ferrari sold all of the 800 FF units it produced in the vehicle’s debut year. The FF has a top speed of 208 mph. The car gets 11 mpg in the city and 16 on the highway, tying the Bentley Mulsanne as the least fuel efficient car in its size class.

8. Vanquish
>Make:
Aston Martin
n> Fair purchase price: $307,120
> Trim: Volante Convertible 2D

Aston Martin has been producing luxury cars for over 100 years. Producing cars designed for international racing early on, the British manufacturer eventually established itself as a luxury road car brand. Aston Martin’s brand received a significant boost after it was featured as James Bond’s car in the 1964 movie “Goldfinger.” The brand’s most expensive model today, the Vanquish Volante, debuted in 2013. A previous version, the Vanquish V12, was featured in the Bond film “Die Another Day.” The current Vanquish, which can be purchased for just over $307,000 in the U.S. market, includes a V12 engine capable of propelling the vehicle from zero to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds.

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