Most Expensive Cars In The World

We are bringing you the list of most expensive cars in the world, most powerful, and fastest production car.

  • Lamborghini Veneno

Lamborghini Veneno

Country of Origin: Italy
Engine: 750-hp, 6.5-liter, 12-cylinder
0-62 mph: 2.9 seconds
Starting price: $4.5 million
Lamborghini says it plans to build only nine copies of the Lamborghini Veneno Roadster in 2014. Among many other innovations its lightweight body design makes extensive use of carbon fiber-reinforced polymer. Top speed is 221 mph.

  • Lykan Hypersport

Lykan

Country of Origin: Lebanon
Engine: 3.8-liter twin-turbo flat-six sourced from Porsche tuner RUF
0-62 mph: 2.8 seconds
Starting price: $3.4 Million
The scoop on Furious 7’s mystery super-car. The Lykan Hypersport is the car Dom CGI-smashes through two skyscrapers. The 770 hp and 708 ft.-lb. of torque pulse through a six-speed sequential or seven-speed PDK gearbox to the rear wheels. It’ll get up to 24 mpg, saving you from becoming an OPEC top customer. Its’ seats-stitched-with-gold-thread nutzo.

  • Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse

1607056

Country of Origin: France
Engine: 1,200 hp, 8-liter, 16-cylinder
0-62 mph: 2.6 seconds
Starting price: $2.5 million
Bugatti says its current model is the “fastest production roadster in the world,” having been driven 255.5 mph in April 2013. Bugatti announced earlier this month, December 2013, it sold its 400th Veyron worldwide since its introduction in 2005. Only 50 are available out of a total planned production of 450.

  • Ferrari F60 America

Ferrari

Country of Origin: America
Engine: 740 horsepower V12 engine
0-62 mph: 3.1 seconds
Starting price: $2.5 Million
The F60 houses capable of speeds of approximately 200 mph (320 km/h). The exterior is rendered in blue with a center white stripe, the livery of famed importer Luigi Chinetti’s NART outfit. Stripes on the seats reminiscent of Old Glory finish off the treatment. The front-mid-mounted V-12 is likely unchanged from the 730-hp unit in the F12 and can, Ferrari says, propel the F60 from 0 to 60 mph.

  • Koenigsegg Agera S

1414262960_maxresdefault

Country of Origin: Sweden
Engine: 1,030 hp, twin-turbo, 5.0-liter V-8
0-62 mph (that is, 100 km per hour): 2.9 seconds
Starting price: $1,520,000
Koenigsegg said it expects to ship its first Agera S to the United States this month, December 2013. The Agera S belongs to the exclusive 1,000-hp-plus club, with a twin-turbo V-8 that generates 1,030 hp. That flings the car from zero to 62 mph in 2.9 seconds, or zero to around 188 mph in 22.7 seconds – that is, if you’re on a racetrack or if you own your own highway. If that’s not enough Koenigsegg has a new model called the One:1 in the prototype stage. According to press reports, it’s said to produce 1,400 hp and weigh around 1,400 kg. The name refers to the “1-to-1” power-to-weight ratio. It’s expected to sell for around $2,850,000.

  • Zenvo ST1

Zenvo-ST1-2010-wallpaper-1920x1200-016

Country of Origin: Denmark
Engine: 1,250-horsepower speed of 233mph
0-60 mph: 2.9 seconds
Starting price: $1.8 Million
The massive 7.0-litre supercharged and turbocharged V8 was positioned longitudinally directly behind the passenger cell, and the armoury of radiators and other ancillaries were then scattered around the car. The ST1 has three engine modes – normal, sport and race – liberating 650bhp, 850bhp and 1104bhp respectively, and selection of any of these is a mere twist-knob away. Traction control is fully operational in the normal mode, and partially so in sport.

  • Hennessey Venom GT

Hennessey-Venom-GT-front-three-quarter-2

Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Engine: 1,244 hp, 7.0-liter, twin-turbo V-8
0-60mph: 2.7 seconds
Price: $1.2 million
Hennessey Perfomance, based in Sealy, Texas, says its Hennessey Venom GT set a Guinness World Book-record time of 13.63 seconds from zero to 300 kph, or 186 mph, in January 2013. The company said this month, December 2013, it had sold only 11 Venom GTs to clients around the world, including only five in the United States. The company plans to build a total of only 29 all told. The Hennessey Venom GT design is based on the Lotus Elise roadster and Exige coupe model. The Venom GT is created from a base Lotus Elise/Exige and utilizes components including but not limited to the roof, doors, side glass, windscreen, dash, cockpit, floorpan, HVAC system, wiper and head lamps. Hennessey Performance and the Venom GT are not associated with Lotus Cars.

  • Ferrari LaFerrari

8lhYbK5

 

Country of Origin: Geneva
Engine: 963 horsepower/718 kW, 663 lb.ft/900 Nm
0-60 mph: 3.0 seconds
Starting price: $1.7 Million
That’s insanely fast. LaFerrari also beats lazy old Enzo round Fiorano – that time-honoured benchmark of overall Ferrari awesomeness – by five whole seconds, to record a lap time under 1min 20secs. The V12 features an F1-derived variable geometry air intake system, uses an oil pump whose capacity varies depending on g loads. The doors are made of T1000 carbon fibre, which has phenomenal impact-absorbing properties, and is used in the nose-cone of Ferrari’s F1 cars. The suspension pick-ups are part of the tub’s structure, as are the seats.

  • Porsche 918 Spyder

2015-porsche-918-spyder-_8_

Country of Origin: Germany
Engine: 887 hp (total output), 4.6-liter V-8 with two electric motors
0-62 mph: 2.5 seconds
Starting price: $845,000
Besides the hybrid gasoline-electric powertrain, other innovations include rear-wheel steering, where the rear wheels adjust slightly in turns. It can go up to 19 miles on battery power alone. By itself, the V-8 gasoline engine produces 608 hp. Like many race cars, the Porsche 918 Spyder is largely built of lightweight but strong carbon fiber-reinforced polymer. The lightweight, even more racing-oriented Weissach Package of options boosts the sticker price to $929,000.

  • McLaren P1

maxresdefault

Country of Origin: Denmark
Engine: 3.8-liter 727-hp V-8 paired with a 177-hp electric motor
0-60 mph: 2.9 seconds quarter mile result
Starting price: $1.5 Million
he P1 is a superhero among supercars: supermodel shapely, heroically powerful, stratospherically expensive, and – here’s the one drawback – unavailable. That’s because all 375 examples of the million-dollar plus, 903-hp gas/electric hybrid land rocket only 375 of the cars were available for sale, which have unfortunately all been bought. The hydro-pneumatic suspension, electro-hydraulically assisted steering, and even a rear wing that extends almost 12 inches.

  • Rolls-Royce Phantom Extended Wheelbase

1706528-20150108-n7STvU

Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Engine: 453-hp, 6.75-liter V-12
0-60 mph: 5.8 seconds
Starting price: $298,900
The Rolls-Royce Phantom Extended Wheelbase model is about nine inches longer than the standard-wheelbase. That extra room is most noticeable in the back seat, where the owner presumably will spend a lot of his or her time being driven around. The brand image is old-fashioned but Rolls-Royce’s current cars have high-tech features like cameras at five locations to watch out for obstacles when parking, and to project the predicted path on a screen when reversing.

  • Pagani Huayra

Pagani-Huayra-2

Country of Origin: Italy
Engine: 700hp Mercedes-Benz-made V12
0 – 60mph: 3.5 seconds
Price: $1.3 million
Ludicrous in every way and utterly fascinating in every gorgeous detail, this is a 720-hp, mid-engined, million-dollar super-car for those who have grown bored with mere Ferrari’s and Lamborghini’s and already have two Bugatti’s. Somewhat obscure, and very low production, it’s a hard-core machine for discriminating connoisseurs with sufficient liquidity.

  • Ferrari F12berlinetta

ferrari f12 berlinetta white3433

Country of Origin: Italy
Engine: 740-hp, 6.3-liter, V-12
0-62 mph: 3.1 seconds
Starting ?price: $315,888
The Ferrari F12berlinetta (that’s how Ferrari writes it, all one word) has a top speed of “over 211 mph,” the company said. Not only that, it reaches 125 mph in only 8.5 seconds. Ferrari says it has the fastest acceleration of any road-going Ferrari – as opposed to Ferrari race-cars, which are confined to the track.

  • Bentley Mulsanne

2014 - 1

Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Engine: 505-hp, 6.75-liter, twin-turbo V-8
0-60 mph: 5.1 seconds
Starting price: $298,900
Bentley calls the Bentley Mulsanne “the grandest of grand tourers.” The interior has features like wood veneers and leather upholstery made from “blemish-free” hides, from herds raised in cooler climates where there are fewer insects. Having said that, performance is pretty amazing, considering it weighs close to 6,000 pounds.

  • Aston Martin Vanquish

aston-martin-vanquish-10

Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Engine: 565-hp, 6.0-liter V-12
0-62 mph (that is, 100 km per hour): 4.1 seconds
Starting price: $279,995
The Aston Martin Vanquish is a two-door hardtop coupe, which also comes as a convertible, called the Volante. It’s the first Aston Martin with lightweight but strong carbon-fiber body panels. Top speed is 183 mph. Aston Martin also offers a long list of personalized options like matching a favorite color to paint the exterior, or custom leather. Aston Martin calls the customized collection of options “Q by Aston Martin.” Aston Martin’s brand image is caught up with classic James Bond movies.

  • Mercedes-Benz CL65 AMG Coupe

1_s_klass

Country of Origin: Germany
Engine: 621-hp, 6.0-liter, bi-turbo V-12
0-60 mph: 4.2 seconds
Starting price: $215,500
The Mercedes-Benz AMG division used to be a separate company that souped up stock Mercedes-Benz models. Bigger, more powerful engines continue to be the heart and soul of the AMG treatment, even though the company became a wholly owned subsidiary years ago. The engine in the Mercedes-Benz CL65 AMG Coupe is a handcrafted V-12. The AMG tradition is that the individual master craftsman who builds each engine puts his signature on it when he’s finished. That’s not to say the end product is some quaint relic. Top speed is 186 mph, not bad for a car that could be used as a family car, unlike a two-seat race-car.

Advertisements

8 thoughts on “Most Expensive Cars In The World

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s