If you’re a petrol-head and were to win the Lotto, you could certainly afford to indulge your passion for all things motoring. Depending on how much you won, the world would be your oyster in terms of fast cars, especially if you bagged a prize like Colin and Christine Weir who walked away with £161m in 2012.
If your idea of a dream machine is an exclusive one then you could do worse than get your hands on a Lamborghini Veneno.
There are only three of these made every year, so you would certainly be in esteemed company if you decided to invest in one. It has a top speed of 221 mph and goes from 0 to 60 mph in an eye-watering 2.8 seconds.http://www.asiapk88.net
A car like this does not come cheap though, and this particular model would set you back a cool £2.5 million, so even if you won big you would have to be a real fan to invest.
If that just seems like an obscene amount of money to be paying for a set of wheels you may want to consider Maxim’s list of ultimate dream cars.
The good news is, even if you won £1 million on the Lottery, you would be able to afford all of the vehicles listed. Plus, you’d still have change for a nice house, luxury holidays and shopping sprees.
First place goes to the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG which will set you back a mere £129,000, has a 563 hp engine and shifts from 0 to 60 in 3.5 seconds.
The publication suggests the car’s appeal lies in its “near perfect weight balance” when driven around the test track.
Other motors from Maxim’s dream list include the Porsche 911 GT2 RS, Corvette ZR1, Lexus LFA, Aston-Martin Rapide, 2011 Ford Shelby GT500, Nissan GT-R, an Audi R8 5.2, a Ferrari 458 Italia and last but certainly not least the Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera.
It seems that people who play the National Lottery on sites like Lottobytext and win are, in general, slightly more conservative with their choice of wheels.
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In a survey conducted on behalf of Camelot in 2012, it was revealed that, in total, more than £460 million had been spent on buying new cars and the average price was £46,116.
The most popular marque was the Audi with 16 per cent of Lottery winners owning one, followed closely by Range Rover and BMW in second place. Mercedes and Land Rover were in the top five.
You would be in good company if you opted for one of these as car enthusiast and sporting megastar David Beckham has at one time owned an Audi Q7, A4, RS6 and an S8, BMW M3, 645 and an X5, a Mercedes CLK and a Range Rover Sport.