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5 Most Expensive Car Brands You May Own

Updated on March 29, 2013

Quiz time now. What is the most expensive car brand you have heard of? Is it Rolls Royce, Bugatti, Lamborghini or Ferrari? I am sure Rolls Royce, Porsche or Bugatti are your dream cars. Did you know that there are few other brands more expensive than these cars? Here are five brands that made it to the most expensive car brands list.

1) Koenigsegg CCXR

This car comes from Sweden. The car hits 0 to 60 seconds in just 2.9 seconds and has a top speed of 250 mph. The standard features include carbon ceramic brakes, carbon fiber and aluminium honeycomb chassis and a formula-1 type traction control. Additional features may include leather carpets, hydraulic lifting system and a removable hardtop with glass roof. To top it all, the car is environment friendly. Naturally, all these features reflect in its price tag. The tag costs you just over $2.175 million.

2) Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster

What is the relationship between five-time formula one world champion Juan Manuel Fangio and Pagani Zonda? He was an early Zonda engineer. In fact, the Zonda F is named for him. Horacio Pagani, the company founder formerly worked with Lamborghini before founding his own company. The car has quilted leather seats and floor mats, a detachable carbon fiber roof and a glove compartment (a hanging leather case) are just some of the features available. The car also comes with its Pagani sound system. What do you think the cost of the car would be? Just $1,882,920.

3) Bugatti Veyron

The car officially made its debut in 2006, but actually has its roots going back to 1930s. Veyron is one of the fastest cars you can find on road. It can reach a top speed of 253 mph. It is also one of the most powerful cars due to its 1,001 horse power. The Veyron has jumbo tires, plush leather seats, spacious interior and an all-wheel drive. The car has a GPS system which can be displayed in its rearview mirror. With all these features, the car costs you a little over $2 million.

4) Aston Martin One-77

Coming from a British car manufacturer, the car places equal importance on aesthetics as well as function and performance. The car has a monocoque design. This means that the entire car’s body is built from one big piece of carbon fiber. This is quite a rare scene in a street car. The customization is far beyond just color preference and transmission type. It is to a level where the suspension is fine-tuned only when it is handed over to the owner. The car can hit 0 to 60 seconds in just 3.7 seconds and it costs $1.4 million.

5) Lamborghini Reventon

Lamborghini models have a tradition of being named after fighting bulls. Reventon too keeps up with this tradition. But the story behind this car’s bull fighting story too was inspired by the world’s fastest planes. The interior of the Reventon resembles a fighter-jet cockpit. It has a G-force meter with three display monitors and a 3D grid. Only 20 of these cars were scheduled for production. The car reaches from zero to sixty seconds in just about 3.4 seconds making it one of the fastest cars on earth. The car comes with the price tag of $1.454 million.

What do you think about some of these most expensive car brands? Would you like to add any other brands to this list?


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    • karthikkash profile imageAUTHOR

      Karthik Kashyap 

      7 years ago from India

      LOL!! thanks for the comment Jon :)

    • Jon E. Royeca profile image

      Jon E. Royeca 

      7 years ago from Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines

      Dream cars, eh? Wish I had money.

      Beautiful hub.


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