Bugatti Veyron – RM 12. 5 Million
Bugatti Veyron costs over RM100k a year to maintain. Changing fluids for a regular car can be quite costly for some, but if you own a Bugatti Veyron, be prepared for a massive shock when you visit the service centre. There’s no easy way to put it: it’ll cost you US$25,000 (RM104,327) to change the fluids, which is nearly the price of the current Honda Civic 1.8 S sold in Malaysia.
Pagani Zonda S – RM 14.3 Million
Bentley Flying Spur – RM 1,800,000.00
Jaguar F-Type- RM 1,100,000.00
McLaren 650S – RM 2,400,000.00
McLaren MP4- RM 2,400,000.00
McLaren P1- RM 13,450,000.00
Mercedes SLS AMG- RM 2,530,000.00
Mercedes A45 AMG- RM 340,000.00
Mercedes S63L AMG- RM 1,600,000.00
Vellfire DBA-GGH20W- RM 340,000.00
BMW M6 Grand Coupe- RM 988,000.00
Porche 911 GT2 (2008)- RM 1,470,000.00
Porche Turbo S (2010)- RM 1,400,000.00
Porche 918 Spyder- RM 9,300,000.00
Ferrari F12 Berlinetta- RM 1,290,000.00
Ferrari 599 GTO – RM 4,860,000.00
Ferrari 458 Special – RM 2,650,000.00
Lamborghini Aventador – RM 3,500,000.00
Source : tunmvsnajib
Kita asks how Mahathir’s sons became billionaires
The People’s Welfare Party, Kita, has urged former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad to explain how his sons Mokhzani and Mirzan had become billionaires “overnight”.
Party leader Zamil Ibrahim said Mokhzani had been named the ninth richest man in Malaysia by the Malaysian Business magazine in 2014.
As a Kedahan, he said, he knew that Dr Mahathir’s father was merely a school headmaster, while Mahathir himself had operated a simple clinic in Alor Setar before becoming the top politician in the country.
Malaysians were thus curious to know how Mokhzani and Mirzan became billionaires and among the richest Malaysians.
“We humbly request Tun Dr Mahathir to clarify. Zamil described as a “world record” that sons of a former premier could own billions in past three years.
“You can’t get this world record in any part of the world. Only Dr Mahathir can explain,” said Zamil.
He also urged Dr Mahathir to publicly explain exactly how much government-owned 1Malaysia Development Berhad had lost in its ventures. He said there were discrepancies in the former premier’s own figures.
Dr Mahathir had first said 1MDB had lost RM42 billion, but recently claimed it lost RM14 billion. “Which is which now? Which figure is the right one?,” he said.
He accused Dr Mahathir of misinforming, confusing and misleading the public with different figures on 1MDB, and challenged Dr Mahathir to either submit all his evidence to relevant authorities such as the Auditor-General or just stop his “empty talk”.
Dr Mahathir has mounted a campaign to oust Najib Razak as Umno president and prime minister, in the wake of published reports about the finances and questionable investments of 1MDB, of which Najib is adviser.
He has also made pointed remarks about Najib’s wealth and the purported lavish lifestyle of his wife and family, following news reports about purchases of multi-million-ringgit property by his stepson.