Looking to invest in a supercar? Pay attention to this.
It's become fairly common for wealthy people to invest their money in exotic and other classic cars, hoping their values will increase over time. If it were only that simple, says Rob Ferretti, co-founder of Gotham Dream Cars. Generally speaking, cars today no longer go up in value. While there may be a few exceptions, investing in a rare car doesn't guarantee a return. It's just how it is. However, there is one supercar at the moment that's proving to be an exception, and that'd be the Lamborghini Murcielago.
It is currently the cheapest V12 Lamborghini you can buy, but it won't stay like this forever. The Countach and Diablo have already seen their values dramatically increase, while the Murcielago lagged behind.
That's very likely about to change because the Murcielago is also the last "proper" Lamborghini V12, meaning it was the last of its kind to be offered with a manual. That's no longer the case with the Aventador, which is also a dramatically different car, technically speaking, than the Murcielago. Even if you can't find a used manual Murcielago, this particular V12 bull is still at a bargain price right now, and those values will surely appreciate in the future.