All of the above tends to be used to refer to options that have been described in previous lines in a bulleted list, and I'm wondering how to do the same in a sentence. For example, would the following sentence be correct, and would there be a better way that merely saying "all three":
They could purchase the Cadillac, the Mercedes, the Hyundai, or all three.
I'm also unsure whether an extra or should be used because I'm unsure where the list ends:
They could purchase the Cadillac, the Mercedes, or the Hyundai, or all three.