A few decades ago, cars were considered a good investment as many modern luxury sports cars are depreciating faster and faster these days. However, there are always a number of exceptions to this rule. The value of a car model increases when a reputable car company restricts the work of a selected number of vehicles. A Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren from RW Automobile GmbH is considered the most valuable Stirling Moss in the world with a price of 3,965,650 euros, according to a report by autoevolution.com.
While two other units that were bought at a price of around 2,500,000 euros may be a bargain, this is still well beyond the financial capabilities of a normal consumer. These models originally sold for 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 rising value of the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren may be due to something it had when it was first produced. It can have an added appeal that the collector finds difficult to resist funding. In comparison, a production Mercedes-AMG can only be seen as a rival to the best that its competitors can offer.
In addition to using the SLR for inspiration and the name of one of the most revered drivers in the world, the Stirling Moss has the distinctive design of a luxury sports car. It has no windshield or roof, while its arrow-like design enhances the overall appearance significantly.