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DiMora Motorcar is creating the world's first hand-built, $2 million, sixteen-cylinder production automobile. The Natalia. The world's most luxurious, expensive, and technologically-advanced creation.


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Alfred DiMora, the founder of DiMora Motorcar, based in Palm Springs, California, is known for his expertise in designing high-end luxury cars such as the Clenet and Sceptre. He was also the founder of Starbridge Systems, Inc. where he developed the world's fastest FPGA supercomputer. With his technological and automotive backgrounds, Alfred blends the two worlds together to create this new experience in automotive history.

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Alfred Di Mora & Yvonne Di Mora with their Ser I Clenet car number 228.

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