Porsche Boxster S via Wikipedia.
Must work wonders for the governmental funds.
«Car buyers in Singapore must pay for excise and registration duties of about 150 percent of the vehicle’s market value, as well as bid for a limited number of government permits, called certificates of entitlement, that allow a car on the road for 10 years. The cost of a permit alone would now buy a new Porsche Boxster in the U.S., or a C-Class Mercedes in Hong Kong, where curbside pollution rose to a record last year.»
More from Bloomberg here: BMW 3 Series Costs $260,000 as Singapore Tax Keeps Cars for Rich.
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