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UPDATED! Top 10 Automobiles Reigning the World in 2019 and Their Prices

Do you love cars? Are you an automobile freak? Do you love the fusion of elegance and top notch engineering. Then here is the place for you to be. Tonight we feauture 2019's top best cars in the world. 
Sit Back, Relax and Enjoy.

Number 10: Volkswagen T-Cross


At number 10, we have the Volkswagen T Cross. This is one of German automobile giant Volkswagen's newest release. 
The T-cross is a Subcompact crossover SUV, it comes with a 5-door SUV body style, Front-engine, front-wheel-drive layout,  an engine that runs on Petrol: 1.0l (I3), 1.5 TSI (I4) and also a Disel engine version. 1.6l TDI (I4)
It also comes with a 5 or 6-speed manual transmission.
Current Price: From $15,100.

Number 9: Chevrolet Tahoe


Number nine position goes to the Chevrolet Tahoe. The Chevrolet Tahoe (and its rebadged version the GMC Yukon) is a full-size SUV from General Motors, Chevrolet and GMCIt comes with a Front-engine, four door SUV layout, and rear-wheel-drive / four-wheel-drive seperate versions. It was assembled and designed in the United states.Current Price: From $48,000.


Number 8: 2019 Acura RDX


If anyone has accused Acura of getting boring and forgetting its roots, the RDX is here to silence them. No longer just a luxury Honda CR-V, the all-new third-generation Acura RDX now has its own dedicated platform and engine, not to mention a great new look. It was assembled in Marysville, Ohio, United States at the Marysville Auto Plant. It has a Front engine, front-wheel drive, all-wheel drive (SH-AWD) layout. It's engine spots a 2.3 L K23A1 Turbo I4. It also comes with a 5-speed automatic transmission.
Current Price: From $37,400.

Number 7: 2019 Ford Ranger


At our number 7 spot, we have the 2019 Ford Ranger. Like it's predecessors, the Ford Ranger spots a Mid-size pickup truck, Turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine and Rear- or four-wheel drive versions.  It also comes with a 10-speed automatic transmission and the Standard Ford Co-Pilot360 anti-collision system on XLT and Lariat trims.
Current Price: From $60,000.

Number 6: Mercedes-Benz GLE 450


Our sixth slot is held by the Mercedes Benz GLE 450. This all terrain vehicle features a 5 (7 optional) Passenger capacity, an engine capacity and performance of  3.0L inline-6 turbo with EQ Boost Engines which run at 362 hp @ 5,500-6,100 rpm
It has a Net power of 9G-TRONIC and a 9-speed Transmission 
Current Price: From $80,000. 

Number 5: 2019 Nissan Altima

Taking our number five spot is this bad boy, The 2019 Nissan Altima. The 2019 Nissan Altima comes with an all-wheel drive, making it stand out compared to the Toyota Camry.  Another thing that makes the new Altima special is the available VC-Turbo variable compression engine, which delivers more power when you need it and more efficiency at cruising speeds. "A new high-tech turbo engine, the option of all-wheel drive and a host of driver assist are part of the reason we added the updated Altima to our list this year," Brian said of the Altima. The 2019 Nissan Altima Opens a New Window. 
Current Price: From $100,000 

Number 4: Lamborghini Huracan Evo Spyder


Our number four spot is held by the Lamborghinui Huracan Syder. Only a few months after Lamborghini introduced the Huracán Evo Coupe to the world, the house of the raging bull is chopping the top to create the Evo Spyder.
As with the hard-top coupe, the convertible is motivated by a tweaked version of Lambo’s 5.2-liter V10 engine, which now produces 640 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque just like the race-inspired Performante model. With the help of a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and an all-wheel drive, it can propel the Huracán Evo to 62 mph in 3.1 seconds and on to a top speed of more than 202 mph. It also comes with a back wheel steering.
Current Price: Starting from $300.000

Number 3: McLaren Speedtail


Coming to the top three, we have the McLaren Speedtail at the third position. The McLaren Speedtail (above and top) is the spiritual successor to the 1992 McLaren F1, the legendary ultralight, V12-powered, mid-engine coupe whose beastly acceleration and 250 mph top speed made it the world’s first hypercar. 
Like the legendary F1, the Speedtail seats three, with the driver steering from the center of the cockpit. However, that’s where the similarities seemingly end. 
At first glance, the car looks like it’s breaking the speed limit standing still. Every detail—from its ultra-low stance to the ultra-slim headlights in the front fascia to jet-fighter style canopy covering the cockpit—has been designed to enhance the car aerodynamically. Even the traditional side mrors have been replaced with rear-facing cameras that can retract into the bodywork so as not to cause any drag, and fixed carbon-fiber pieces cover the front wheels.
Generous motivation is provided by a 1,036-horsepower, gas-electric hybrid powertrain that will propel the Speedtail to 186 mph in a staggering 13 seconds and to a top speed of 250 mph, making it the quickest McLaren built to date.
Current Price: Sadly, you can’t have this one either. All 106 Speedtails slated for production have been sold, despite their $2.3 million price tag.


Number 2: Koenigsegg Jesko


The number two spot goes to the Koenigsegg Jesko. Swedish automaker Koenigsegg builds some of the fastest supercars in the world. Take the Agera RS, for instance. It holds the top-speed record for a production car (read: street-legal): 277.9 mph. 
Jesko hits an amazing 300 mph.
The Jesko is motivated by an all-new 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 capable of producing 1,280 horsepower on standard gas (1,600 horsepower on E85 biofuel) and 1,106 pound-feet of torque, which makes it the most potent Koenigsegg internal combustion engine ever made.
An ultra-fast-shifting 9-speed transmission is also on tap, allowing for instant, prodigious power that’s always optimized and available for maximum acceleration.
Other notable enhancements are a new rear wing, front splitter and rear diffuser. They combine to form the core of an active aerodynamics and airflow package that maximizes downforce while minimizing drag. Dynamic rear steering allows for faster cornering, better maneuverability, and more grip.
Current Price: From $2.8 million.

 

Number 1: Bugatti La Voiture Noire


The much contested number one spot is held by yours truly the Bugatti La Voiture Noire. La Voiture Noire translates quite simply to “The Black Car.” However, there is nothing simple about this black-on-black one-off coupe with the comfort of a luxury limousine and the muscle of a hypercar.
Technically, the vehicle borrows much of its underpinnings from the Bugatti Chiron. Distinctive bodywork, an elegant glossy black finish, a longer wheelbase and significant engine tweaks make it one of a kind.
At its core is the automaker’s iconic W16 8-liter 16-cylinder engine, which develops 1,500 horsepower and 1,180 pound-feet of torque. 
Current Price: Sadly, you can’t buy this black beauty. Not because Bugatti is keeping the $12.5 million (before taxes, nearly $19 million after) vehicle for itself—but because even before the Geneva Motor Show began, it was sold. 

This brings us to the end of the list, I hope you enjoyed yourself. You can leave a comment about which car was your personal favorite at the comment section.

Also do well to see our fresh list of African countries and their capitals.
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