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$1.35 million for the Million Euro Mini

Princess Regina Abdurazakova of Kazakhstan is the proud owner of the World's most expensive Mini Cooper, dubbed the Million Euro Mini. Her one-of-a-kind Chauffeur Vehicle isn't tiny, with a pink body encrusted with over a million Swarovski crystals. A crystal measuring nearly 3 inches in diameter sits in the middle of each automobile wheel. As if that weren't enough, the Chauffeur Vehicle's window film is made of pure gold, weighing around 50 grams. The Million Euro Mini is equipped with 20 parking cameras, 30 parking sensors, 70 TFT panels, and a 47-inch TV on the inside.

  1. $4 million for The American Dream

The American Dream is a custom-built Chauffeur Service provider owned by Jay Ohrberg, a well-known automobile designer and collector. This Chauffeur Vehicle has held the title of the World's longest Chauffeur Vehicle for decades: it's 100 feet long and has 26 wheels. Consider this vehicle to be a luxurious mobile condo. It contains a pool, multiple king-size beds, a helicopter landing pad, and a sun terrace and Jacuzzi.

$150,000 Armour Horse Vault XXL

The Armour Horse Vault XXL is for those who wish to have some fun with high-end security features. This Chauffeur Vehicle is built with G-40 grade steel to withstand potent weaponry, and all of its glass is bullet resistant. There are six LCDs, a retractable pole for dancing, a high-tech music system, and a large wet bar inside the elegant wood-panelled interior.

  1. $1.4 million Maybach Landaulet

The style of the Maybach Landaulet is inspired by a Chauffeur Vehicle type produced by Maybach in the 1920s, and it emanates sophistication and elegance. Although it isn't a Chauffeur Vehicle, it costs more than $1 million, thanks to gold-flecked granite inlays and a 612-hp twin-turbo V12 engine. The interior is finished in buttery soft white leather, and the roof can be lowered to let passengers enjoy the sun.

  1. Cadillac One, $3 million / World's best Chauffeur Vehicle

In 2009, President Barack Obama had a Cadillac One made especially for him. It's part of a presidential fleet that also includes heavily armoured Cadillac Chauffeur Vehicles, and three of them move in procession behind the president at all times. Because its interior blueprints are confidential, little is known about the Chauffeur Vehicle's abundant amenities. What is known is that there are oxygen masks, tear gas, an ample supply of guns and ammo, firefighting equipment, and luxury inside for the president and his entourage to feel at ease. Cadillac One is said to have a couple of grenade launchers, however, this has never been confirmed.

  1. Sultan of Brunei's Rolls Royce Silver Spur Chauffeur Vehicle, $14 million / World's most expensive Chauffeur Vehicle

The Sultan of Brunei owns one of the World's most expensive and finest Luxury Chauffeur Vehicles. Many heads of state and nobility have Chauffeur Vehicles, but this one is the most abundant. The car's exterior is ludicrous in and of itself: it's clad in pure 24-carat gold and was custom-built for the royal family. The Sultan's Rolls Royce Chauffeur Vehicle stands out among the Sultan's extensive automotive collection as the epitome of decadence. It contains just about everything one might want in a Chauffeur Vehicle.

$1 million for the Boeing 727 Chauffeur Vehicle

The creative team behind the Boeing Chauffeur Vehicle had to be thinking, "don't waste, don't want." When a Mexican Chauffeur Vehicle firm saw a Boeing 727, they decided to convert it into a Chauffeur Vehicle by removing the plane's wings and placing the plane's body on a Mercedes bus chassis. It has a sunken living room, a fireplace, a heart-shaped bed, and a dance floor, and it weighs in at a whopping 24,000 pounds. This is only the beginning. The Boeing Chauffeur Vehicle boasts 40 seats, a private back area, numerous televisions, and a top speed of 124 miles per hour.