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The Top 15 Most Expensive Cars In the World

Whenever you buy a high-end car, you actually invest in lightning fast speediness and shiny hoods. You’re actually buying a little piece of history and you’re supporting the innovative automatic tech of future.

Majority of the costliest cars have lot to offer you than just their price tags, they’re magical inventions. They’re the results of the hard work and efforts put in by their makers and they offer you some awe-inspiring features.

Most Expensive Cars In The World

Most Expensive Cars in the World

If you have a dream of buying an expensive car in 2021 and make it a memorable year, you should definitely go through the list given below.

1963 Ferrari 250 GTO – $70,000,000

We have to turn to history for the most expensive car of all time. The 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO has a top speed of 174 miles per hour and it has an acceleration of 0-100kmph in 6.1 seconds.

The auto-enthusiasts of today will certainly be amused to know the stats of this car. In the 60s, it was the fastest car in the world and now decades later, it is the most expensive car of the world.

Bugatti La Voiture Noire – $18,700,000

Bugatti made a rather brilliant decision while rolling out their latest supercar in 2019. The French manufacturer chose a minimalistic and iconic title for this car – La Voiture Noire : The Black Car. It has got a quad-turbo W16 8.10L engine that produces 1500 horsepower and also an acceleration of 0-100kph in 2.4 seconds.

Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta – $17,600,000

The Zonda was the first car out of Pagani Automobili auto house. The Zonda HP Barchetta was named barchetta due to Horatio Pagani and this resembled a little boat. At its tallest, it stands 21 inches tall. Its acceleration is 0.60 mph in 3.4 seconds and the car can reach a top speed of 355kph or 220mph!

Bugatti Centodieci – $9,000,000

Bugatti’s 2021 Centodieci is an even more exclusive car and till now just 10 of these luxurious hypercars have been sold. This brand is already known for its unique bodywork and comfort features.

With the help of these features, this model thankfully got everything that was needed to make it memorable. With a 1577 hp-quad turbo W-16, this is the fastest Bugatti.

Bugatti Divo – $6,000,000

The reputation for expensive and luxurious cars continues with few more cars in this ranking list. After Bugatti’s Chiron which was a huge success, the Divo closely followed it with almost similar features but being more exclusive.

Only 40 Divos were produced and sold and it has a 1500 horsepower and acceleration of over 0-100kph in 2.4 seconds.

Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ – $5,740,000

Bugatti’s Chiron Super Sport 300+ offers speed and power apart from beauty that makes a Bugatti a Bugatti. Under its sleek and smart facade, it gets a mind-boggling 1577 horsepower from a quad-turbocharged 8L W-16 motor.

This model accelerates from 0-100kph in 2.4 seconds and it can reach its top speed of 300mph.

Gordon Murray T.50 – $3,080,000

The engineer of McLaren F1, Gordon Murray was an exceptional auto maker for a long stretch of 50 years. This car is billed by many as the last great analog supercar.

The car has a 6-speed manual gearbox, a powerful yet small V-12 engine and a conventional 3-seat layout. It claims its top speed to be 220mph or 354kph.

Koenigsegg Jesko – $3,000,000

Taking a stark leap upward from Ferrari’s Stradale, the Jesko is the first expensive hypercar that costs in seven figures. The Koenigsegg Jesko also happens to be one of the fastest supercars in the world in 2021.

The engine of this car is an overwhelmingly powerful 1280-hp V-8 and it has a nine speed transmission is bespoke.

Mercedes AMG One – $2,700,000

Road presence is the entire point of this hypercar and this car is built to immitate Formula One cars but in a street-legal way. As per the website of Mercedes, they claim their acceleration to be 0-200kph in 6 seconds.

A 1.6-L V6 hybrid petrol and 4 electric motors allow this AMG One a top speed of more than 350 kms/hour or 217 miles/hour.

Aston Martin Valhalla – $1,300,000

One more in Aston Martin’s lineup sourcing names from the romance of Norwegian lore, 2021’s Valhalla will be the result of a collaboration between Red Bull Racing Team and Aston Martin.

This car has a turbocharged 3L V-6 engine with horsepower that is yet to be disclosed. The interior of this car has abundance of space-age elements and innovations.

Ferrari SF90 Stradale – $625,000

The exterior of the fast 2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale is only about speed. This car has a streamlined and flattened aesthetic and the car is sure to turn heads wherever it goes.

The SF90 has brought about a transformation in this industry. With a rip-roaring 986 horsepower, top speed of 340 kph and 2.5 seconds to 100kph.

Rolls Royce Ghost – $315,000

Although this is described as entry-level model for this extremely luxurious brand, the Ghost still claims to be a powerful, comfortable vehicle that you can expect at its price point. The doors are power-operated and the cabin is filled with rich materials and leaves enough space.

Aston Martin Lagonda EV – $250,000

Rolls Royze and Bentley previously cornered the market on the best grade sedans. The Lagonda EV is hoping to break this duopoly. It has a wind-whipped silhouette and the battery is powered by Aston Rapid E-motor. This is a new EV Sedan, they wish to create a historic status.

Bentley Flying Spur Speed – $215,000

The 2021 Flying Spur Speed is recognized instantly. This is a supercar that brings style and comfort within a six-figure auto industry. This car offers more than just its looks. The entry level 500-level hp motor or the amped up 600 level motor, you’ll find this car more agile and athletic than you expect.

Maserati MC20 – $200,000

Maserati’s 2021 MC20 mid-engine sports car has 630 hp twin turbo V-6 for now. Maserati has teamed with an expert motorsport engineering company to build this car and the carbon-fiber structure and aluminium subframes which feel as light as feather.

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