Top 15 Most Expensive Mercedes Cars In The World Ranked on Price
Hello there friend and welcome to our ranking of the 15 most expensive Mercedes Cars in the world!
It’s so good to be back, and what a grater way to restart than with talking about some bad-ass cars like Mercedes.
Not everyone is buying a car as an excuse to not walk to work. No, there are some people who buy the cars just for the sake and beauty of the vehicle. Because of those kinds of people we are here today. They buy and sell so many awesome cars that we cannot shut up talking about them!
While there are still people who use the cars as a way to get from home to work, the market for luxury cars keeps getting bigger and brighter.
But it’s something about these cars. The Mercedes cars are synonymous with luxury and comfort, a different, much sophisticated comfort you are used to. Don’t you agree?
And so, we begin this journey (yes, there will be many more articles like this one, stay tuned!) with the most valuable Mercedes cars there are, so far anyway.
#15 2008 SLR McLaren Mansory Renovatio – $1.5 million
Ever since McLaren started the producing of Mercedes Benz SLR McLaren they haven’t made one quite like the Mansory.
Showcased at the 2008’s Auto Salon in Geneva, this beauty got a full facelift, some ultra-light forged wheels and a luxurious interior.
The engine was also given a full makeover, and got modified supercharging by means of Mansory compressor technology.
To save weight and make the car more maneuverable, they built its body components out of carbon. The reason why they chose this is to give great value to individual design as well as aerodynamic efficiency.
The 5.5 litre V8 engine with its standard 626 HP also suffered modifications, becoming an example of what their motto is about: “evolution instead of revolution.”
The final touches given to the performance upgrade are a sports air filter and modified engine management. The result of all that is a Mansory Renovatio two tenths faster from zero to 100 km/h than the super sports car production model.
The top speed increases to 340 kph and because of the changes, Renovatio has 700 PS and generates 880 Nm torque on the crankshaft.