Owning one of the most expensive cars in the world isn’t about going from A to B. They’re about driving fast, turning heads, and showing your status:
And these 7 cars do all three, and cost a pretty penny to boot.
7. Ferrari LaFerrari, $2.5 million
The Ferrari LaFerrari, was priced at $1.4 million when first released and is one of the most striking cars on the road:
With only 700 LaFerraris ever produced, the cars were sold out within the pre-order phase itself. Rarity has driven the price up to $2.5 million, and it is still climbing.
The LaFerrari is a carbon, two-seat hypercar that combines a 6.3 liter Ferrari V12 engine with a KERS battery pack and an electric motor that gives 950 bhp and 663lb-feet of torque.
It can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than 3 seconds and goes up to 124 mph under 7 seconds. The car can reach 217 mph.
The car is touted as the best Ferrari has ever made.
6. Ferrari F60 America, $2.5 million
Sold at $2.5 million, this supercar is mechanically similar to the F12, and many call it the open top version of that car:
The car was named the F60 America in celebration of Ferrari, marking six decades of selling cars in the United States.
The F60 can go from 0 to 62 miles per hour in just 3.1 seconds, and the top speed is believed to be 200 miles per hour, just a little less than the F12’s 211 miles per hour.
It has a 6.2-liter V12 engine and churns out 740 horsepower.
5. Pagani Huayra, $3 million
Priced at $1.5 million originally, the Pagani Huayra is famous for its out-of-this-world performance. The car has been named after the Incan God of Winds (Huayra Tata) and is the successor to the very renowned Pagani Zonda:
This is a mid-engined hypercar that has a better power to weight ratio compared to the Bugatti Veyron SS. The 1350 kg Huayra comes with a 6.0 liter AMG-sourced 60-degree V12 engine with two turbos to produce around 700 bhp and 728lb-feet of torque…
This means that the car goes from 0 to 62 miles per hour in less than 3.5 seconds, and it can easily go over 230 miles per hour.
Owning one of these now will cost $2-3 million.
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4. W Motors Lykan Hypersport, $3.4 million
W Motors is the first Arab manufacturer of high-performance luxury cars, with the $3.4 million Lykan Hypersport the companies flagship (it also starred in the blockbuster movie Fast & Furious 7).
The Lykan Hypersport is all about luxury, having a variety of precious gemstones that can be integrated into the vehicle on request. You can have yellow diamonds, sapphires, rubies, and emeralds integrated and customized as per your liking into the car.
The car has the Porsche 993 Carrera RS Porsche Boxer-6 engine, a carbon-fiber body, and a top speed of 240 miles per hour. There were only seven units produced.
3. Lamborghini Veneno, $4.5 million
The Veneno was built to celebrate the company’s 50th birthday and costs a whopping $4.5 million. It has a 6.5-liter V12 engine, which can be boosted to 739 bhp with a 220 mph maximum speed:
The car also has a permanent 4WD inboard pushrod suspension and a carbon monocoque chassis. Even the alloys of the car feature carbon rim-rings that function like turbines to push fresh air onto the hot carbon-ceramic brake disks.
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2. Koenigsegg One, $5 million
Costing around $2 million originally, the Koenigsegg One is a mega car that accelerates from a standstill to 0-300 kilometers per hour and back to zero again in just 17.95 seconds:
It has a metric horsepower output of 1360 PS and weighs only 1360 kg. A combination that lets it reach its mega car status:
And this is why it is referred to as the One:1, as the car’s power to weight ratio is one to one.
There were only seven of these cars manufactured, each of which have been sold. The price to buy one of these today is $5 million.
1. Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita, $5 million
Costing $5 million, the Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita is one of the most expensive cars in the world today:
With a lustrous finish, the car is outfitted with a 4.8 liter, dual supercharged V8 engine that has a total output of 1004 horsepower and 797lb-feet. All of which means you’ll have no trouble overtaking on a freeway.
The car was made of Koenigsegg’s diamond-colored carbon fiber and is designed to run on biofuel. There have only been three cars to have ever been produced as Koenigsegg considers this a special edition car only.
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