By Mark O’ConnellIn an era when car buyers are paying $50,000 for a brand new car, they’re not going to spend more than $100,000 on a Ferrari.
But there’s a price tag on a new Ferrari that you can’t ignore, and one that will surprise and impress.
The Ferrari 458 Speciale starts at just under $1 million.
That’s a lot of money for a luxury sedan, but it’s also a lot more than you might think.
If you’re a car guy, you’re likely familiar with the term “luxury sedan,” and you’re not alone.
It’s a luxury brand’s attempt to compete with luxury vehicles like the Mercedes-Benz GLA and BMW M5, while still keeping costs low.
For the most part, this has been a good thing for luxury carmakers.
As the market becomes increasingly crowded, luxury brands have become much more aggressive in their attempts to cut costs.
But for some, luxury cars are still expensive, and the trend is turning into a serious problem.
As car prices continue to increase, there’s an increasing perception among car buyers that luxury car prices are unsustainable.
The trend has been fueled in part by a massive increase in luxury sedans on the market.
The price of luxury cars has exploded in the past few years, as consumers have become increasingly frustrated with the growing number of luxury sedan models.
That discontent, combined with rising interest rates, has led to increased demand for luxury cars.
The number of cars sold for more than a million dollars increased to about 12 million in 2016, according to data from Edmunds.com.
In order to stay competitive in this market, luxury car makers have to be able to offer a car that is affordable for all budgets.
As consumers become more accustomed to paying more for luxury vehicles, car makers will need to come up with more affordable options.
“For some consumers, the luxury sedan has become a luxury item that they can’t resist,” said Scott Johnson, a research analyst at Edmunds, in a phone interview.
“They’ve seen the luxury and they’ve seen a price, and they want it for themselves.
So it’s not an everyday car for them.
That’s why luxury sedas tend to have more expensive options.
So if you want to get a luxury car, you have to pay a lot.
That doesn’t make sense.”
For example, in the last decade, luxury automakers have tried to make their models more affordable.
In 2017, Audi introduced a $30,000 “luxurious sedan,” which had four seats, an all-wheel drive system, and a six-speed automatic transmission.
The model retailed for $57,400.
Cadillac introduced a similar $30 million luxury sedan called the R-Design, which had a 5.2-liter V8 engine and a seven-speed manual transmission.
Cadillac also offered a $50 million convertible version, which was rumored to be a more affordable option.
In the past two years, luxury manufacturers have also introduced luxury SUVs.
Mercedes-AMG has offered the E350, a luxury crossover SUV that is available in two trim levels: Sport and Sport Plus.
The SUV starts at $55,000 and has four seats.
The Sport Plus trim adds a sporty sport bucket seat and a four-passenger folding hardtop.
The Mercedes-Maybach C-Class sedan was the first luxury crossover to feature a five-passengers fold-down hardtop, and it launched in 2019.
Cadillac has introduced the C-Max, a four doors and a 5-passanger coupe.
Cadillac and Mercedes-BMW teamed up to develop the Luxury SUV, which is available with an optional convertible roof.
It costs $50 a month, and features a six cylinder V8 and a five speed automatic transmission for the base model.
Luxury SUVs are not the only luxury vehicles being introduced this year, though.
In 2018, luxury models were introduced in all of the top-selling cars in the United States.
In 2017, Ford introduced the F-Series, a crossover SUV priced at $65,000.
The F-150, which comes in a choice of two different trim levels, has four doors, and is available as a base model or premium.
Ford also introduced the Fusion, which costs $70,000, and comes with an option for an optional soft top.
Ford has also launched the Fusion Prime, a premium crossover SUV.
This new model starts at a whopping $95,000 — and it comes with a 5 door.
The most expensive luxury car on the road right now is the BMW M4, a 2.0-liter four-cylinder that starts at around $70 million.
It comes with three doors and an optional heated leather interior.
Ford, Mercedes-BAMG, and Cadillac have also released premium SUVs, such as the Ford Escape and BMW 5 Series.
These luxury cars have come