SEE | Koenigsegg ONE:1, Lambo Veneno - 8 of the world's most exclusive seized supercars sold at auction

<i>Image: AutoAdvisor</i>
<i>Image: AutoAdvisor</i>

Earlier in September, Wheels24 reported that dozens of luxury cars were seized from the son of the Equatorial Guinea's president and would be auctioned off.

Car lovers from around the world splashed out more than $27 million at the auction by the UK based auction house Bonhams which sold 25 lots. The vast plethora of luxury cars included a Lamborghini Veneno Roadster, one of only 9 ever produced, and also the uber-venerable Ferrari Enzo.

Seized goods

Each of the supercars at the auction were seized goods once owned by the son of the Equatorial Guinea's president, Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue.

WATCH | These seized cars from the Equatorial Guinea president's son sold for millions!

According to Forbes, numerous other assets were seized as part of a now closed investigation by Swiss officials dating back to 2016 that includes charges of the misuse of public funds and money laundering.

The guys at AutoAdvisor takes a closer look at 8 of the most exclusive supercars in the world which were sold at the special auction.

Read the original article here.

Below is a list of some of the cars that went under the hammer:

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