Top 5 Most Expensive Cars in the World
Getting one’s hand on the most expensive cars is the dream many lives with. To car lovers, super car is so much more than transportation.
Here are top 5 most expensive car in the world. Although the price for the most expensive cars fluctuate depending on different factors such as customer build requests, brands, models; these super cars in this list are top-famous brands and stay in the wish list of many car lovers.
Lamborghini Veneno Roadster ~ $3.3 million
Lamborghinis are known for their performance and price tag. The Lamborghini Veneno is a limited production supercar based on the Lamborghini Aventador and was built to celebrate Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary. Veneno Roadster is the most expensive production Lamborghini on the road today and it’s also the perfect car for sports-driving lovers. With a 6.5 liter aspirated V12 engine and a top speed of 355 km/h, this Lamborghini concept car represents state-of-the-art design inspired by aeronautics, capable of giving you the indescribable feeling of flying on the road.
Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta ~ $2.2 million
The LaFerrari is a limited production hybrid sports car built by Ferrari. On 3 December 2016, a LaFerrari was auctioned off for $7 million (£5,743,500.00) making this car according to some “the most valuable 21st century automobile ever sold at auction”. LaFerrari is the first mild hybrid from Ferrari, providing the highest power output of any Ferrari whilst decreasing fuel consumption by 40 percent. It has a top speed of 217 mph, crushed the track record at Maranello, and goes from 0 to 60 in under two seconds. The Aperta retains the LaFerrari’s hybrid powertrain comprising an 800 cv 6,262 cc V12 (specific power output 128 cv/l, compression ratio 13.5:1) coupled with a 120 kW electric motor, for a total power output of 963 cv. The dynamic control systems integrated with the active aerodynamics remain unchanged.
Mansory Vivere Bugatti Veyron~ $3.4 million
Compared to its predecessor the VINCERO, the VIVERE has received a comprehensive facelift at the front, consisting of modified wings, a shortened bonnet and a striking front apron. Augmented by German witch doctors Mansory, the 1,200-hp Veyron starts out as a Grand Sport Vitesse Roadster, only to be adorned with a gorgeous carbon-fiber body, a new spoiler package, upgraded LED lights, a revamped cabin, and a redesigned front grill. With the top speed of 254 mph, Mansory Vivere edition not only is it one of the most expensive cars in the world, it’s one of the fastest.
Pagani Huayra BC ~ $2.8 million
This list wouldn’t be completed without this Italian mid-engined sports car. With 730 horsepower on tap via an AMG-sourced biturbo V12 and less than 3,000 pounds to motivate, the Pagani Huayra is an intensely competitive space, and the pressure is on the Italian firm to step up its game. All of this sorcery is run through tripod drive shafts developed through Le Mans prototype program to the rear wheels by way of a seven-speed Xtrac transmission. The transmission itself is controlled by electro-hydraulic actuation and carbon-fiber synchronizers. Each shift in this dynamic transmission has been tuned from the standard Huayra 150 milliseconds to the BC’s 75. That’s taking a fast shift time and slashing it in half.
Lykan Hypersport ~ $3.4 million
The Lykan Hypersport is a Lebanese limited production supercar built by W Motors, a United Arab Emirates based company. You may recall the Lykan Hypersport from its starring role in the blockbuster Furious 7, where the Lebanese supercar crashed through not one, not two, but three skyscrapers in Dubai. What makes it so expensive is the use of jewels in its making. It has titanium LED blades with 420 15 cts diamonds and the purchaser can embed jewels in the headlights on demand, including yellow diamonds, rubies, and sapphires. The Lykan HyperSport is powered by a 3.7 litre (3746cc) twin-turbocharged Flat-six engine developed by RUF, producing 581.6 kW (780 hp) and 960 N⋅m (708 lb⋅ft) of torque. The manufacturer claims a top speed of 395 km/h (245 mph) and a time from 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.8 seconds.