The world’s most expensive cars were sold to support education and a brighter future.
There are only 2 examples of Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut Coupe. The model was a prototype from 1955 that offers the best examples of design and beauty to offer Mercedes-Benz and the entire automotive world, and it still does. It is one of the most legendary and rare cars ever made, and as a result it sold an incredible and record-breaking নি 135 million at auction, making it the most valuable car in the world. As of May 5, when it went on sale, both of the 300 SLR Uhlenhaut Coupes were owned by Mercedes-Benz, but are now owned by only one brand, where it will be on display at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany. Also, the private collector who bought the car agreed to display it for the special occasion.
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The proceeds from the sale went to the Mercedes-Benz Fund, a new global scholarship fund that aims to support students who will eventually become the driving force behind environmental science and sustainability efforts and those who would otherwise not be able to. They have to follow the path of their desired career for the sake of education. A few moments compare when a great car and a great cause come together, and it’s hard to do better than a 300 SLR coupe and a Mercedes-Benz fund.