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Here's The List Of The Most Expensive Cars That Have No Roof, Windows & Windscreen.

Hearing the word most expensive car with no roof and windows you might be thinking this has to be a racing car, some people might say it's a convertible. Its not even like that, these cars have no windows or roof like totally, that's how they where designed.

In rainy weather you can't drive these car at all and they cost an arm and a let. The cars where made by giant Auto makers Ferrari, McLaren and Aston Martin. The most expensive one costs a whooping $2million that's nearly R30 Million.

Let not waste time and get to the cars.

Ferrari Monza SP1 & SP2

The Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 are limited production sports cars produced by Italian automobile manufacturer Ferrari, introduced in 2018 for the 2019 model year. The cars mark the start of a new lineage of models called the "Icona" series, a program aimed at creating special cars inspired by classic Ferrari models, all to be produced in limited series.

Ferrari Monza SP1 R27 Million

The first cars of the new lineage are the Monza SP1 and SP2, whose designs are inspired by the 750 Monza, 250 Testarossa and 166 MM. The SP1 is a single seater, while the SP2 features two seats. Fewer than 500 are expected to be produced at a price of $1.9 million before options.

These two cars are practically twins, they over a 6.5 liter V12 with 810 hp. This is enough to take the Monza twins from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.9 seconds. If you are brave enough to stay on the brush, the 200 km / h mark will fly past you just five seconds later.

Ferrari Monza SP2 R29 Million

The top speed is indicated as more than 300 km/h. Due to the acute lack of things like a roof or a windshield, reaching the Vmax should be a rather rough experience. Ferrari itself compares the ride with the Monza to driving a Formula 1.

McLaren Elva R30 Million

The McLaren Elva is a limited-production mid-engine sports car manufactured by McLaren Automotive. The car is the fifth addition in the McLaren Ultimate Series, joining the F1, the P1, Senna, and the Speedtail. The open-top sports car is inspired by the open top racers cars developed by Bruce McLaren in the 1960s.

The Elva can accelerate to 100 km/h in less than three seconds and to 200 km/h in 6.7 seconds.

Production was to be limited to 399 units with customer deliveries began in late 2020. On April 3, 2020, McLaren CEO Mike Flewitt announced the production total would be reduced to 249 units, citing customer feedback encouraging exclusivity as the force behind the decision.

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