Most expensive cars like Bugatti, Rolls-Royce Sweptail, Mercedes or may be Koenigsegg & many more vrooming on the roads, globally. Just the names of these cars is enough to catch your attention. Some of us may be ready to sell other property to buy these most expensive, but luxury cars.
There’s something to be said about the presence and power expensive cars demand. We’ve put together this collection of the “21 most expensive cars in the world“. I am too passionate about driving and dream of owning at least one luxury car. I know, prices of these cars, little costly or I must say more than “little” costly, but its time to treat ourselves.
If you could only choose one to have for a day, which one would you choose? All is yours, have a look and feel of these luxury, expensive cars.
With a price tag of $12.5 million and a selling price of $18.7 million after taxes, the one-off Bugatti La Voiture Noire is officially most expensive new car ever. And understandably, a modern interpretation of Jean Bugatti’s personal Type 57 SC Atlantic, the La Voiture Noire uses the same quad-turbo 8.0-liter W16 engine as the Chiron, producing 1,479 horsepower (1,102 kilowatts) and 1,600 Newton-meters (1,180 pound-feet) of torque. It has six – that’s right, six exhaust tips, radical new wheels, an aggressive, bespoke fascia, and a gigantic light-up badge out back that spells out the name of the brand. Of course, this one-of-one Bugatti already has a home.
So Technically the Rolls-Royce Sweptail claimed the title “world’s most expensive car” in 2017. Problem is, Rolls-Royce didn’t officially confirm that number, meaning the next car on our list takes home the title. But at an estimated $12.8 million, the one-off Sweptail out-priced the next-most-expensive vehicle by a jaw-dropping $5 million (if reports are true). The Rolls-Royce Sweptail took more than four years to develop before its debut at the 2017 Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este.
Like many others before it, the Mercedes-Benz Maybach Exelero is a one-off. Commissioned by Fulda, a German subsidiary of Goodyear, to test its new tires, the Exlero debuted in 2004. Mercedes built the Exelero on the bones of a Maybach, and gave it the same twin-turbo V12 engine producing 690 horsepower (510 kilowatts) and 752 pound-feet (1,020 Newton-meters) of torque. Top speed is listed at 218 miles per hour (350 kilometers per hour) and adjusted for inflation, the Exelero would cost more than $10 million in today’s money.
Koenigsegg introduced it’s “most affordable” model, the Jesko, this year in Geneva. But the diamond-coated, $4.8-million CCXR Trevita sits on the opposite end of the Koenigsegg price spectrum. Finished in a proprietary Diamond Weave finish exterior (essentially carbon fiber covered in diamonds), the Koenigsegg is motivated by a twin-turbocharged 4.8-liter V8 with 1,004 horsepower and 797 pound-feet of torque. The company built just three examples before discontinuing the CCX for good.
Lamborghini built just 14 examples of the Aventador-based Veneno between 2014 and 2015. Each one cost around $4.5 million, depending on how it was spec’d, and was available in both convertible and coupe configurations. Underhood Lamborghini fitted a more-powerful iteration of the Aventador’s 6.5-liter V12, now producing 740 horsepower (552 kilowatts) and 509 pound-feet (609 Newton-meters) of torque, which gave it the ability to sprint to 60 miles per hour (96 kilometers per hour) in a blistering 2.9 seconds. To date, it’s the most expensive new Lamborghini ever.
Dubai-based W Motors shocked the world with its edgy Lykan Hypersport supercar in 2013. With titanium LED headlights housing 420 15-carat diamonds and a holographic display in the center console, it’s no surprise it was the third most expensive car ever when new. It falls to number six on our list here, but it’s still a wild hypercar with a powerful heart; the twin-turbocharged 3.7-liter six-cylinder engine underhood produces 780 horsepower (581 kilowatts) and 708 (960 Newton-meters) of torque.
This Veyron gets an asterisk because technically it wasn’t produced by Bugatti. The Veyron Vivere was a limited edition build by tuners Mansory. Either way, it’s ridiculous, and its estimated $3.4 million price tag puts it well within the realm of one of the most expensive cars ever. The company built just two examples, each with an outrageous carbon-fiber accented exterior, a black and white leather-and-carbon cabin, and a 1,200-horsepower (894-kilowatt) Veyron engine underneath. Top speed is a blistering 254 miles per hour (408 kilometers per hour).
At $3.3 million ($3.26 million, to be exact), the Bugatti Chiron Sport one-ups its sibling with a more impressive price tag. Unveiled this time last year at the Geneva Motor Show, the Chiron Sport is mechanically identical to the standard Chiron, with the same quad-turbocharged W16 engine producing 1,479 horsepower (1,103 kilowatts), but it’s lighter by 40 pounds (18 kilograms) thanks to all that extra carbon fiber, and stiffer, too. While the regular Chiron excels in straight line speed, the added dynamics and reduced weight make this Chiron a Bugatti for the track.
Aston Martin’s new hybrid hypercar hasn’t even hit the market yet, but already the $3.2 million Valkyrie has sold out. For what it’s worth, Aston Martin hasn’t officially released pricing. Estimates suggest the hypercar could go for anywhere between $2.6 and $3.9 million – but $3.2 million seems to be the magic number. Whatever the case, this machine is impressive. Its Cosworth-sourced 6.5-liter V12 produces 1,160 horsepower (865 kilowatts) and 664 pound-feet (900 Newton-meters) of torque, meaning its top speed should be well over 200 miles per hour (321 kilometers per hour). The company will build just 150 examples of the standard Valkyrie, with a limited 25-run AMR model arriving later.
Probably one of the prettiest cars on this list, the Ferrari Sergio Pininfarina costs a hearty $3 million. Ferrari built just six examples of the car in 2015 and sold them to a half-dozen hand-picked customers. Based on the 458, the Ferrari Sergio produced 562 horsepower (419 kilowatts) thanks to a 4.5-liter V8.
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