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A Ferrari 250 GTO now has a rather regrettable claim to fame for being involved in the world’s most expensive car crash, after colliding with another vehicle.

The Ferrari 250 GTO, worth over £20 million,  is regarded as the “Picasso” of the motoring world, according to Metro.

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Even a £2.1 million Bugatti Veyron or a $2.9 million Lamborghini seems like a relatively cheap buy compared to the $35 million price tag of a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO sold last month.

The $35 million car, designed for race car driver Stirling Moss, exchanged hands in a private sale and has become the world’s most expensive car ever sold.

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It might look like a Ferrari and carry a similarly expensive price tag, but this vehicle actually runs on pedals, not an engine.

The “Fahrradi Farfall FFX” is the world’s most expensive bicycle with a price tag of £1.2 million, according to The Sun.

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The Geneva Motor Show is famous for showing off an array of new and exciting car models, and the Geneva Motor Show 2012 was no exception.

Among the most expensive cars on show, Rolls Royce revealed an updated Phantom and Ferrari unveiled the new F12 Berlinetta, which was undoubtedly the star of the show.

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A classic Ferrari has become the most expensive car ever sold in Britain after it sold for £20.2 million.

The Ferrari 250 GTO is one of the world’s most sought-after cars, with just 39 built between 1962 and 1964.

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A stretched Audi R8 is set to become the world’s fastest limousine.

Limo Broker in the U.K. recently announced plans to build the world’s first Audi R8 V10 stretch limousine.

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The Wazuma V8 has become the world’s most expensive quad bike with a price tag of €200,000.

Built by French company Lazareth, the one-off Wazuma V8 can hit a top speed of 241km/h and is so powerful, it is only permitted to be driven off-road.

The special bike boasts a Ferrari engine with 250bhp and handlebars from a BMW M3.

Manufactured this year, Lazareth describes the quad as an ‘atypical three-wheel vehicle’, with the rear two wheels linked together.

Weighing in at a relatively light 650kg, it also features huge 18-inch wheels with racing slick tyres.

“The Wazuma offers matchless driving sensations with a unique design,” a spokesman for Lazareth said.

“It is designed to be simple, aggressive and high-performance. It is first of all a masterpiece of engineering, a sculpture.”

It is up for sale for €200,000 on luxury website JamesList.

Check out the world’s most expensive quad bike in the video below:

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It’s a car enthusiast’s worst nightmare – a fleet of high-performance cars, including eight Ferraris, has been involved in the ‘world’s most expensive car crash’ after a multi-car pile-up in Japan.

Apart from the eight Ferraris, police said three Mercedes Benz cars and a Lamborghini Diablo were also involved in the massive crash over the weekend on the Chugoku Expressway.

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Ferrari’s chief designer Nikolas Tombazis has said a “much more aggressive approach” has been taken in the design of the 2012 Ferrari, in the hope of starting the racing season on a strong note.

“I hope the results will speak for themselves when we launch the car and more importantly, as we tackle the first few races on the calendar,” Tombazis said on the official Ferrari website.

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The world’s fastest Ferrari – a Ferrari Enzo – ended up in deep water after spinning out of control in a road race in Canada.

Driver Zahir Rana was behind the wheel of the 240mph Ferrari Enzo in the Newfoundland Targa road race when he experienced a “slight mishap” on the gravel surface.

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