A number of decades ago, cars were considered good investments since many modern luxury sports cars lose their value at a increased pace these days. But, there are always a number of exceptions to this rule. The value of a car model increases when a renowned car company limits its work of a select number of vehicles. A RW Automobile GmbH- owned Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren is considered the most valuable Stirling Moss in the world with its price reaching €3,965,650, as indicated on a report from autoevolution.com.
While two other units that were bought at a price tag of around €2,500,000 may be a bargain, this is still way beyond the financial capabilities of an ordinary consumer. These models were originally sold at around €1,300,000 in 2011, which means owners of these vehicles may be sitting on a pot of gold if they never took it out for a spin.
The increasing value of the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren may be due to something it had when it was first produced. It may have an added appeal that collectors fund hard to resist. In comparison, a standard Mercedes-AMG can only be considered as a rival to the best its rivals can offer.
Aside from using the SLR as its inspiration and getting its name from one of the most revered drivers in the world, the Stirling Moss has a distinctive design of a luxury sports car. It has no windshield and roof, while its arrow-like design essentially enhances its overall appearance.