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Ferrari SA Aperta: Triple Paint
Starting off the list is Ferrari’s super-rare, super-fast, and super-cool V12 Roadster. The car is expensive enough without the triple-layer paint job. With the paint, it’ll set you back an extra $28,000. On the plus side the paint job does look absolutely fantastic in person.
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Bugatti Veyron: Bare Carbon
The fact that one of the most expensive paint options belongs to the company who make one of the most expensive cars should come as no surprise. The Bugatti Veyron is an iconic car, and it comes at iconic prices. It should also be noted that cars of this calibre and expense also have paint options that aren’t cheap. The Bugatti Veyron can be finished in sleek carbon. This option is rumoured to cost up to £250,000. Pricey.
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Pagani Huayra: Bare Carbon
Everyone loves carbon fibre these days, hence why so many high end manu- facturers are offering it as an option. As with the aforementioned Bugatti, Pagani have their own carbon finish which can be had on your Pagani Huayra. Pagani are well known for creating a few notable custom Zonda’s, which are now discontinued. We’re sure Horacio wouldn’t mind selling you another Zonda, with a carbon finish if you can put your money where your mouth is. That money will be around 112,500 Euros.
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Porsche 918 Spyder: Liquid Metal Paint
The Porsche 918 Spyder is a fantastic hybrid hypercar, akin to an automotive work of art; and like fine art, it doesn’t come cheaply. This ‘liquid metal paint job’ costs buyers an astonishing £60,000. This might sound like a lot, but when the car costs £715,000, everything is relative, right?
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Bentley Mulsanne: Personalised Satin Paint
The Bentley Mulsanne is a large road yacht that will waft you anywhere you like in absolute luxury. Sure, you can’t see what the outside looks like when you’re on the inside, but that’s besides the point, because OTHER PEOPLE CAN. Therefore why not spec your Mulsanne with a personalised satin paint. It’ll set you back £24,320, and it does look good.
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Maserati GranCabrio: Matte Paint
Matte paint looks cool on some cars, and while it doubtless also looks awesome on the Maserati GranCabrio, you won’t like what you’ve got to fork out for an option which you can’t polish, and which requires more work to look after. This option sets you back £15,000, which is also 13.6% of this cars value when new.