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The Lamborghini Veneno Roadster– Commanding a price tag of $4.5 million, there are only nine roadsters in existence. Built to celebrate the Margue’s 50th anniversary in 2014, and known as one of the ‘friendliest V-12 Supercars in the world”, the Veneno, in addition to being one of the most expensive cars in the world, is known for its outstanding performance, with special emphasis being given to the engine’s responsiveness, torque and smooth power output.
The 1962 Ferrari –With a giant $52 million price-tag, the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO is definitely one of the most expensive cars in the world. Private sold in 2013 for the amount, this particular model was produced between 1962 and 1964 to enter Ferrari into the FIA’s Group 3 Grand Touring Car Category. In total, 39 models of this particular model were manufactured, making this one very rare car indeed.
The LykanHyperSport– A product of W Motors, the first Arabian supercar maker, the LykanHyperSport sports a hefty $3.4 million price tag, definitely slotting in the list of the world’s most expensive cars. With only 7 models of this particular car being planned for manufacture, rarity is definitely one commodity that comes with this car. The third-most expensive vehicle to be build to date, the HyperSport is the first car to come with headlights that are embedded with jewels, with the buyer being offered a choice between rubies, diamonds, yellow diamonds and sapphires.
The 1936 Bugatti– The fact that only four models of the Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantics were ever manufactured in the world may be one of the reasons why this car sports a mindboggling $34.5 million price tag, making it one of the most expensive cars in the world. A monument to pre-war Europe, the car was one of the most advanced of its time. Made from a light but flammable magnesium alloy called Elektron, the body panels have been riveted externally.
The Bugatti Veyron– The price tag of $2.2. million is well worth it, when you consider the fact that this car holds the Guinness World Record for the fastest street-legal car in the world. While the Veyron is undoubtedly one of the most expensive cars in the world, with an 8 liter, quad-turbocharged, W16 cylinder engine, this car sports the same amount of power as two narrow-angle V8 engines bolted together. All that power equates to a top speed of 430.9km/h, while the roadster version of this car, the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse can reach an average of 408.84 km/h, making it the fastest roadster in the world.
The 1954 Mercedes w196 f1 Silver Arrow– Known throughout history as the first F1 car with fuel injection, the 1954 Mercedes Benz helped pave the way for Juan Manuel Fangio to win the world championship. A rare model (Only 16 models of this car were ever created) this car was recently sold for $29.6 million, easily cruising into the list of the world’s most expensive cars, and is the only post-war Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrow in private hands.
The Aston Martin One – 77– Coming in with a $1.6 million price tag, only 77 models of this car have ever rolled off the assembly line. This two-door coupe first appeared at the 2008 Paris Motor Show, and features a full carbon fiber monocoque chassis, a hand crafted aluminum body and a naturally aspirated 7.3 liter V 12 engine, definitely giving it a zing that goes far beyond just being one of the world’s most expensive cars. With a tope speed estimated at around 200 mph, the One-77 sports a 0-60 mph time of approximately 3.5 seconds.
1957 Ferrari 250 TestaRossa– Capable of reaching speeds of 270kph, this car comes with a staggering price tag of $13 million, making it one of the world’s most expensive cars. In all, a total of thirty four of these cars have ever been manufactured, out of which only twenty one 250 TR versions have been produced. The phrase ‘TestaRossa’ means red head, which is a reference to the red-painted valve covers on the cylinder heads of the engine. This is the second most valuable Ferrari in the world, after the 250 GTO.