Vehicles have always been a fascinating thing to every generation, especially boys. Whether it be a bike or a car or an aircraft. Driving a machine in a high speed, drifting it across the surface and enjoying the view on a steady pace is a thrill which everyone craves for.

Out of the all those machines, Car has always been on top priorities. Why ? Because it is liked by every age group from grandfathers to grandsons. Also apart from being a fascinating want, it is a matter of need to most of the middle class families.  Therefore, this demand has brought up a diverse range of cars from cool, funky and sporty
cars to sober, luxurious and classy models. Here is a list of some most fantasized cars you can buy in India:

Bugatti Veyron Grand Sports:

The most expensive in Indian market worth Rs.38
Crore is an endearing sports model which touches a speed of 100 kmph in just 2.7 seconds. This beast has a top speed of 407 kmph with a 987 bhp of power.

 Aston Martin One 77:

Priced at Rs. 20 Crores, this brand is many times used in
James Bond movies as his top-notch buddy. With a great carbon fiber chassis, it has an acceleration time of 3.5 secs for 0-97 kmph. Generating a 750 hp with 7500 rpm.

Koenigsegg Agera:

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Manufactured in Sweden, this agile machine is named
‘Hypercar of the year’ in 2010 by ‘Top Gear’ magazine at a price of Rs 12.5 Crores only. Top speed is measured to be 400 kmph with a power to weight ratio to be just
1.51 kg/hp.

 Bugatti Veyron:

Developed by Volkswagon, this car has been named as the ‘Car of the decade for the decade 2000-2009. Its Super Sports version is recognized by Guinness World Records as the fastest street-legal production car in the world.
Marked at Rs. 12 Crores, this showstopper has jotted down with a top speed of 432 kmph.

Rolls Royce Phantom Series II :

The Standard wheelbase version priced at Rs. 8
Crores and the extended wheelbase version at Rs.9 Crores, it makes the person fanatic by its looks and its class. Its rich and sophisticated presence does not go with the fact that it produces 453bph at 5350rpm. This epitome of luxury stands at par with top-notch sports cars as well.

 Bentley Mulsanne:

Available in petrol version and priced at Rs.7.5 Crores, this
model has a potential of reaching 100 kmph in just 5.3 secs. It features an 8-inch multimedia screen with Naim audio system. Its sound system is power by 2200 Watt
amplifier with 20 custom speakers.

 Lamborghini Aventador:

This sports car tagged at Rs. 5.36 Crores, is power by
6498 cc engine with a maximum speed of of690 bhp at 8250 rpm. In just 3 secs, Aventador flies up to 100kmph. Nasty sports looks and enticing speed is worth experiencing.

Maybach 62 S:

One of the most expensive cars of Maybach Series priced at Rs. 5.10 Crores, this 6.2 meters long machine, it has an air conditioning with 4 zone climate controls. With various equipment combinations, the company provides
options to personalize their vehicles.

 Bentley Brookland:

This car is having a  history of getting off the belt in the year 1997. This amazing piece of art is poised at Rs.3.8 Crores when it re-established in the year 2008 and is still maintaining the earmarked legacy.

Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano:

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This Italian Grand tourer launched in the year 2007
goes from 0-100kmph in just 3.2 secs. The two-seated flagship, priced at Rs. 3.57 Crores, is awarded as the ‘Car of the year’ by Evo Magazine.

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