World’s 9 Most Ridiculously Expensive Cars


Recently, CBS News came up with a good story about the most expensive cars in the world and their features. Today, we are showcasing that story and providing you with the necessary details about the costliest cars of the world. This list was originally put forward by David Zuckerberg of Rides magazine

1. Koenigsegg Agera

The Swedish car manufacturer focuses exclusively on uber-expensive autos. The Agera pumps out over 900 horsepower, and its carbon fiber body makes it lightweight, aerodynamic and very pretty to look at.

Koenigsegg’s website claims the Agera was built with a “less is more” philosophy. When it comes to the price, the emphasis is definitely on “more.” $2.1 million “more.”

2. Aston Martin One-77

The number one choice of superagents, Aston Martin is known for their hyper-elite rides. The One-77 is the pride of the pack, utilizing all of Aston Martin’s technological skills and artistic design. The company only built a limited number, so expect to shell out quite a bit for the privilege of owning one.

Aston Martin doesn’t call the One-77 a car, but rather an “automotive art form.” Like all good art, it isn’t cheap. It’ll cost you $1.87 million.

3. Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport

Italian manufacturers Bugatti are automotive artisans. They built the luxurious Veyron, the high-performance Grand Sport, and for their next trick they combined the two into this elite supercar. It’s the best of both worlds, but you had best be ready to drop some serious cash for it.

Bugattis are built for the wealthy, and when you get two of their most prominent brands combined in one car, even the rich might have trouble fronting the cost: $2 million.

4. Maybach Laundalet

For those who prefer their insanely expensive rides to be comfortable rather than speedy, Maybach built the Laundalet. Almost a yacht on wheels, the Laundalet has a spacious leather interior with only the finest luxuries and a convertible rear roof – the better to wave at commoners as you zip by.

The Laundalet costs $1.4 million. Chauffeur sold separately.

5. LeBlanc Mirabeau

On the sporty side of the spectrum is the LeBlanc Mirabeau. This car is built for speed and can hit 230 mph without breaking a sweat. But performance comes with a price.

Compared to other cars on this list, the Mirabeau is a steal. Compared to any other car on the planet, the Mirabeau is an outrageous luxury at $755,000. It’s all relative.

6. Pagani Zonda F Roadster

Italian manufacturer Pagani makes a variety of uber-expensive sports cars. The Zonda F Roadster has all the luxury and performance you’d expect from an Italian supercar. It also has a price that might exceed expectations.

Pagani may be the least known of the elite Italian manufacturers. But you wouldn’t guess that from looking at the price: $1.4 million. Amazingly, the Zonda F Roadster isn’t even the most expensive car Pagani makes.

7. Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster

Was the Zonda F Roadster not outrageously ostentatious enough for you? Check out the Zonda Cinque Roadster. All the performance you’d expect from a Zonda, plus an even more tricked-out chassis and a ridiculous paint job.

That red racing stripe will set you back $1.8 million.

8. Lamborghini Reventon

Lamborghinis are known for their performance and price tag. With a reputation like that, their only option is to build cars with better performance and bigger price tags. Meet the Reventon, Lamborghini’s most expensive car. How expensive could a 211 mph hyper-car possibly be?

Anyone thinking of driving at that speed should have $1.42 million handy.

9. Koenigsegg Trevita

Back to Sweden for this beauty. Koenigsegg tops the list with the carbon diamond-weave Trevita. Only three have ever been made, making it possibly the most exclusive car on the planet. All the precision of a Koenigsegg, plus the bragging rights of owning this rare automotive beast.

This ridiculously expensive car will set you back $2.21 million.

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Source: CBS News


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