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African Dictator's Hypercars Paid 1.7 Billion Rubles

African Dictator's Hypercars Paid 1.7 Billion Rubles
African Dictator's Hypercars Paid 1.7 Billion Rubles

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Auction house Bonhams sold a collection of 25 cars of the first vice-president of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangu, which was arrested by the Swiss authorities. The organizers planned to bail out $ 12 million, but the collection went for $ 27 million, or 1.7 billion rubles at the current rate. This was reported by Reuters.

Lamborghini Veneno Roadster, Koenigsegg One: 1, McLaren P1 and Bugatti Veyron
Lamborghini Veneno Roadster, Koenigsegg One: 1, McLaren P1 and Bugatti Veyron
McLaren P1 and Bugatti Veyron
McLaren P1 and Bugatti Veyron
Lamborghini Veneno Roadster and Koenigsegg One: 1
Lamborghini Veneno Roadster and Koenigsegg One: 1
  • The most expensive car of the auction was the 750-horsepower Lamborghini Veneno roadster of 2014, released in nine copies in honor of the 50th anniversary of the brand. They paid $ 8.34 million for it.
  • The rarer 1360-horsepower Koenigsegg One: 1, which exists in six copies, sold for $ 4.63 million. Earlier Bonhams valued the coupe at $ 2.2 million, which the Swedish hypercar manufacturer did not like. For the 760-horsepower Aston Martin One-77 (there are only 77 of them), they paid $ 1.56 million, and for the 1001-horsepower Bugatti Veyron (it sold 500 copies) - $ 1.32 million.

  • Also among the sold cars there are Ferrari LFerrari, McLaren P1, Porsche CarrerGT and other models of the brands Bentley, Lamborghini, Maserati, Mercedes-Maybach, but their final cost is unknown. All proceeds will go to charity.

The collection of cars of Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangu was arrested by the Swiss authorities in 2016 during an anti-corruption investigation. Despite this, he retained his position, since his father, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, has ruled the country since 1979 and is accused of dictatorship by many states.

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