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World's Most Expensive Cars

Updated on October 14, 2012

It is rather sure that you will not have a chance to see one of these exquisite cars out in the streets unless you are extremely lucky. The following cars are the most expensive cars in the world today - they cost a fortune, but they do deliver!

Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

Bugatti is used to having a model in the top position of multiple lists (for example top speed, most expensive, etc). At this one, we got the most expensive car in the automotive industry by far; this version of Veyron is the fastest car existing, having achieved a world record max speed of 429.7 km/h. Its price? Only an approximate of $2.4M.


Aston Martin One-77

The British automaker delivers beauty and performance in one package. Only 77 of this model will be ever produced. With a horsepower of 750 HP, it can achieve 60 mph in 3.4 seconds and its max speed is 208 mph; all come with a cost, however; it is priced at $1.85M.


Pagani Zonda Roadster Clinque

One of the finest and most exotic cars ever produced, this Zonda is also one of the most expensive, sold for $1.85M. Its twin turbo V12 from AMG (678HP) offers tremendous amount of torque and the car needs only 3.4 seconds to reach 60 mph and has a top speed of 217 mph.


Lamborghini Reventon

Lamborghini has always had models of extreme performance and price. Just noting the legendary Diablo and the newest Murcielago. Nevertheless. the most powerful and most expensive car produced by the Italian automaker is the Reventon. Of course, there is no chance it would be off this list.
It takes 3.3 seconds to reach 60mph and its top speed is 211 mph. Even if you have enough money ($1.6M to be exact) your chances of getting this are slim, if not none at all; only 20 will ever be produced.

Koenigsegg Agera R

With a top speed of 260mph and 2.9 seconds to reach 60mph, the Agera is one of the fastest cars ever produced. Its engine can deliver 1099 HP from a 5 liter V8. However, as you might suspect, it isn't cheap at $1.6M.

McLaren F1

Used to be the fastest and most expensive car of the 20th century. Production stopped 15 years ago so now it additionally is rare to find, but its fame is incredible. Powered by a BMW V12 with 627 HP, it has a top speed of 240mph and can reach 60mph in 3.2 seconds. It couldn't be cheap - $968K.

Ferrari Enzo

The Enzo was produced in only 399 pieces, thus its price at $670K is rather reasonable, at least for what it offers: a beautiful Ferrari supercar with V12 engine providing 660HP, reaching 60mph in only 3.4 seconds and with max speed of 217mph.

The sad thing about these cars is that with their price they need to be insured and secured, and that means they will rarely go out in the streets. What is actually more possible is that most of them will be stored in an underground garage, where no human can see them and enjoy their looks. Besides, it is not a secret that most of these extremely rare automotives end up as another collectible of millionaires who want a garage full of supercars or luxurious cars and would never even bother to drive them.

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