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Pakistan registers its most expensive car, a Lamborghini worth Rs115 million

Pakistan has registered its most expensive car, Lamborghini worth Rs115 million ( Rs11 crore and 50 lakh), it emerged on Monday.

It is a Lamborghini Huracan Spyder, owned by a person who is resident of Lahore.


The car has fetched a record Rs45 lakh registration fee, the highest so far in Pakistani history!

As being reported, initially, the Punjab Excise and Taxation department  had refused to register the luxury vehicle.

The provincial department said that its system could not register a car worth over a hundred million rupees.

The department had made special amendments in its system and the relevant laws and was be able to register the sports car.

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