16. BUGATTI VEYRON MATCHES A BLUE DRESS
Luxury supercar manufacturer Bugatti makes only three models: the Veyron, Chiron, and Divo. Prices start with the least expensive Veyron at $1.7 million, bump as much as $3 million for a Chiron, and its newest model, the Divo, is just a hypercar which sold-out in 1 day, at a sales price of $5.8 million. Maintenance is not any bargain for a Bugatti, either.
According to Royalty Exotic Cars, for the least expensive Veyron model, a fat change costs more than $20,000. A new Toyota Camry sells for comparable price. It only seems appropriate that the luxurious Bugatti Veyron is photographed having an attractive female model wearing a classy, matching blue-colored dress. Who knows if she was paid more or less than the cost of a fat change?
15. FERRARI CALIFORNIA T AND PINUP ART SELLS
The word “Pinup Art” was first coined in 1941 but its origins date back once again to the 1890s. Pin-up images were cut right out of newspapers and magazines, or even a postcard, and pinned on walls, desks, or calendars. The means of having an attractive female model to advertise almost anything continues to be used today.
This photo was part of an advertising campaign for a Southern California exotic car rental company. The blonde posing on the hood of a Ferrari T is a contemporary accept the classic pinup photography of Betty Grable and Ava Gardner. The Ferrari generates 560 horsepower with a premier speed of 196 miles hourly and can be rented for only under $1,500 per day.