This is the Ugliest and Most Ridiculous Car You Can Buy for $895K

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If you have $895,000 just burning a hole in your pocket, say hello to the most ridiculous thing that money can buy.

There’s a 2014 Youabian Puma being offered on JamesEdition and its description explains the very small audience it appeals to: “This car is for those individuals who have owned every exotic sports car and are looking for something unique and different that not many people can have.” That’s right, even the listing says you shouldn’t consider the Youabian Puma unless you’ve spent all your hard-earned cash on every other exotic sports car in existence.

Sporting 521 miles on the odometer, the Youabian Puma is definitely one of the most unique vehicles in the world. Truth be told, it’s a capable “monster truck” sporting a 7.0-liter LS7 engine under the hood with 505 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque and its fully street legal, even in California, where it is currently registered.

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It even has a fully automated convertible hardtop and “all the luxuries of present day luxury cars,” or so the description claims. Weighing in at 6,800 pounds, the Puma returns a paltry 12 mpg in the city and 15 mpg on the highway, but we’re going to safely assume if you can afford it, fuel economy is the least of your worries.

As for those luxury amenities, the interior boasts eight-way power adjustable driver and passenger seats, premium leather, power windows, heated side mirrors, automatic dimming mirrors, power steering, Bluetooth hands-free and more. It even has an eight-speaker audio system with 1,300 watts and Sirius XM satellite radio.

Hopefully your New Year’s resolution wasn’t to be more frugal with your money, because this Youabian Puma is calling out for you.

[Source: JamesEdition]

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  • Actually looks wise it is very similar to the article below this one in the news feed. The Mercedes benz fuggerly wagon

  • smartacus

    Loox like one of those power scooters covered by Medicare Part B?

  • TexRob

    I wouldn’t give them $895 for that monstrosity.

  • Chris

    Is that some kind of bad joke, it looks like a Peugeot RCZ has had a baby with a mud buggy, and what the hell has someone done to the Boxster too, truly a household of bad taste……..