According to Supercars.net the most expensive sports car is the 2007 Bugatti 16/4 Veyron Pur Sang coming in at a whopping price of 1.9 million dollars. This vehicle is seconded by the 2005 Ferrarri FXX which comes ready to purchase at 1.82 million dollars.
the most expensive sport car is Pagani Huayra
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