10 Most Expensive Cars
Looking for the 10 most expensive cars? Look no further, these world class vehicles will put a serious dent in your pocket.
- SSC Ultimate Aero. At $740,000 dollars, the Shelby Super Cars-made Ultimate Aero was the 1280 horsepower behemoth that used to be the world's fastest production car. It can reach roughly 270 mph and is carbon fiber in all the right places.
- Leblanc Mirabeau. The Mirabeau is well known as being designed for the 24 Hours Le Mans race. Don't fret though, this 4.7 liter V8 tops out at 230 and will top your bank out at a cool $765,000.
- Koenigsegg CCX. In the $1 million range, the CCX has more bells and whistles than you can shake a bells and whistles machine at. This Price: $1.1 million. It'll hit 60 in 3.2 seconds and looks like it should probably be able to lift off and take you to space as well.
- Koenigsegg CCXR. Only one letter difference in the name, but a $200,000 difference in price, the CCXR packs as much punch as the CCX but can run entirely on biofuel. This supercharged engine can run with the power of over 1000 horses and can hit 0 to 60 in 3 seconds flat.
- Maybach Landaulet. The V12 Landaulet may be the most hoity-toity of cars on this list. Meant to be driven by a chauffeur, it can hit 155 from its V12 as well as featuring white leather armchairs in the convertible passenger compartment of the vehicle. That seems entirely necessary.
- Lamborghini Reventon. As mean as the bull it's named after, the Reventon is a sharp and incredibly exclusive vehicle. It looks more like a sleek ship than a regular car. Hurry up though, there are only 25 made in the entire world.
- Lamborghini Reventon Roadster. The Roadster version of the Reventon is so bad ass that it comes with a G-force meter installed in the dash. Don't try to pretend you wouldn't show that off on every date. Although since it costs 1.5 million dollars, we doubt you need anymore to pick up a girl.
- Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster. This V12 convertible that can hit 62 mph in 3.2 seconds, and drop back down to 0 in 2.1, tops out at 217 mph. This street legal version of the Zonda R racecar will only set you back $1.8 million.
- Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport. The Bugatti, a personal favorite of late night genius Conan O'Brien, costs more than 2 million bucks but is one of only 120 in creation. With a top speed of 233, the Bugatti isn't a slouch under the hood.
- Koenigsegg Trevita. The Trevita is the rarest, and thus most expensive, vehicle in production. Street legal and on fire, only 3 copies of this 2.21 million dollar luxury supercar will be made.
Posted on: Dec. 06, 2010