25 Most Expensive Cars in the World

Sports cars are arguably the most expensive cars in the world. They have the traits of being extremely quick and having a body designed to move in the wind. They also have extremely high engine horsepower and torque levels.

Companies like Lamborgini, Bugatti, Rolls-Royce, Mercedes-Benz, Ferarri, and Pagani have a history of building vehicles that the average person cannot buy. Some of these cars are preordered, some are customizable, and some are only produced in small quantities to maintain exclusivity.

Here are the 25 most expensive cars in the world, listed from lowest to highest price.

25. The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento (Worth $2.2 million)

The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento

One of the most expensive cars in the world is The Sento Elemento, it was first displayed at a motor show in Paris in 2010. It takes its name from the carbon atomic number in honor of the car’s extensive use of carbon fiber.

This magnificent lightweight car is built for the tracks. It produces a maximum speed of 210 miles

per hour from a 5.2L V10 engine. Its transmission is a 6-speed semi-auto transmission.

According to Lamborghini, this vehicle will change the way super sports vehicles will be made in the future.

24. The Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta (Worth $2.2 million)

The Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta

The Ferrari motor company has an exclusive reputation for producing super sports cars.

This time, it’s the upgraded Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta, unveiled to mark Ferrari’s 70th anniversary.

The owners of Ferrari mentioned that every unit of the upgraded LaFerrari Aperta has already been pre-sold on the invitation to a selected group of buyers.

If you loved the previous version, you’d definitely love this version. This new version has an open roof, and it is super fast. It has way more power than the previous version.

23. The Aston Martin Vulcan (Worth $2.3 million)

The Aston Martin Vulcan

Just like the Lamborghini Sesto Elememto, the Vulcan was built for just the tracks, but rumors say some were later redesigned for city use. A very rare Supercar. Only 24 of them were produced by Aston Martin.

It produces an outrageous 800hp from a 7L V12 engine.

22. The Mercedes-AMG One (Worth $2.5 million)

The Mercedes-AMG One

The 22nd name on the list is the Mercedes AMG one. The Hybrid engine produces a maximum speed of 217 miles per hour. It has a 1.6L turbocharged 90° V6 engine.

The production of the AMG One was to mark the 50th anniversary of Mercedes, which was unveiled in Germany at the 2017 Int. Motor Show.

It was reported that a man named Lewis Hamilton did help design this Hybrid.

Mercerdes-benz produced a total of only 275 AMG One, which were all sold out at the 2017 car show in Germany. The company has also decided not to produce more to preserve its exclusivity.

21. The Ferrari F60 America (Worth $2.6 million)

The Ferrari F60 America

This car is simply an opened-roof F12 Berlinetta, which Ferrari created to mark its 60th anniversary in North America. Costing 2.6 million dollars, this vehicle is one of the oldest on the list.

There are a few visual alterations that set the open-top F12 Berlinetta apart from its predecessor; the style of the wings, doors, and nose is slightly different. It has also been given a befitting interior, and the paint is the livery color of North America Racing Team.

20. Aston Martin Valkyrie (Worth $2.6 million)

Aston Martin Valkyrie

With 12-cylinder 6.5L engine producing a loud 1,130 horsepower, Aston Martin Valkyrie is worth our list. It was designed by two different manufacturers, Aston Martin, and Red Bull Racing which is where the name is derived from.

Although it was designed as a track car, It is now legally being used on city roads… Currently is the fastest street-legal vehicle in the world.

19. La Ferrari FXX K (Worth $2.7 million)

La Ferrari FXX K

Ferrari’s research and development vehicle is called the FXX K; the K stands for the kinetic energy recovery system (KERS), which is employed to maximize performance.

The FXX K is a road-legal version of the LaFerrari that was designed by Marco Fainello, Flavio Manzoni, and architect Evan Rodriguez.

Between 2015 and 2017, Ferrari produced 40 cars which are maintained by them. The owners of these vehicles can only use them for tracks where they provide a maximum output of 217horse power.

This vehicle is worth $2.7 million.

18. The Koenigsegg Jesko (Worth $2.8 million)

The Koenigsegg Jesko

The Jesko is a 5.0L bi-turbo 8-cylinder engine with an output of 1,281 horsepower on regular gas and 1,603 horsepower on premium gas. It is ranked 18th on the list.

Jesko is a memorial to the father of the business’s founder, Jesko von Koenigsegg.

This limited version was first showcased at the Geneva Motor show in 2019.

17. The Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio (Worth $3 million)

The Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio

Introduced as a concept car in 2013 at the Geneva auto show, Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio became one of the top cars in the world.

It served as a memorial to Sergio Pininfarina, a renowned automotive designer who passed away just a year earlier, as well as the former business chairman.

The Ferrari 458 Spider served as the design inspiration. Just six were produced, and those six got into the hand of six very wealthy people.

16. The Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport (Worth $3.3 million)

The Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport

It basically is the handling-focused variation of the standard Chiron and was initially revealed to the public in March 2020. It has front and back anti-roll bars and is 50 kilograms lighter than the original. It is also more aerodynamic.

Bugatti produced only sixty of this Chiron version.

15. The Bugatti Veyron by Mansory Vivere (Worth $3.4 million)

The Bugatti Veyron by Mansory Vivere

The Mansory Vivere special edition Bugatti Veyron is very stunning.

The car’s 8.0 L W16 engine, which delivers 1,200 hp, was based on the Grand Sports Vitesse Roadster. It maintains its position as the eighth most expensive automobile on our list, reaching a maximum speed of 253 miles per hour.

Among the world’s fastest vehicles, the original model won the title of Vehicle of the Decade from 2000 to 2009.

14. The Lykan Hypersport (Worth $3.4 million)

The Lykan Hypersport

The super sports car was the first vehicle ever to feature diamond-encrusted headlights (15cts).

Furthermore available to buyers were sapphires, yellow diamonds, and rubies.

Now let’s talk about the engine. At the middle of the rear is a 3.8L engine producing a 780hp and 708 torque to meet a 280 max speed. Simply magnificent!

It was created by Lebanese motor firm W Motors, which worked with both Italian and Lebanese experts.

13. Pagani’s Huayra BC (Worth $3.5 million)

Pagani's Huayra BC

The name of this came from Benny Caiola, one of Pagani’s early investors, in addition to being the brand’s first client and a close friend of the manufacturer.

Unquestionably one of the most expensive cars in the world. It’s quite simple to understand how this supercar can reach speeds of 261 mph with a 6.0-L bi-turbo V12 engine.

Pagani has upped the power, modified the chassis & brakes, added a new seven-speed transverse gearbox, and added sideways opening doors as inspired by the Zonda R-inspired vehicle.

12. McLaren P1 LM (Worth $3.6 million)

McLaren P1 LM

Placed at no 12 on the list is McLaren P1 LM. The McLaren P1 LM is basically a road-legal variant of the McLaren P1 GTR, which is only intended for racing. The previous P1 was purchased and modified for sale by the British company Lanzante.

The P1 LM has a bigger bi-turbo eight-cylinder engine than the P1 & P1 GTR, and it has a max speed of 214 miles per hour.

Overall, 6 LMs were created. 6th and current prototype P1 LM, codenamed “XP1 LM,” which is being utilized for testing and development, was among the five sold to private purchasers.

11. The Lamborghini Sian (Worth $3.6 million)

The Lamborghini Sian

Another Lamborghini product comes in the eleventh position on the list. A limited number of 60 units were produced and sold.

The first hybrid vehicle was sold by Lamborghini, each of which will be personally personalized to the owner’s tastes. The Hybrid is a 6.5L 12-cylinder engine.

10. Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ (Worth $4 million)

Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+

On a German circuit, Bugatti truly emerged as the first automaker to surpass 300 mph. The vehicle that accomplished it reached 304.77 mph and was an improved version of the Bugatti Chiron.

As a result, Bugatti made the decision to only create and market a small quantity of these upgraded Chiron cars. This super speed star has a tweaked version of the original car’s quad-turbo 8.0-liter W16 engine that generates 1,578 horsepower.

There were only 30 production vehicles made, thus this model represents more than simply another superb example of Bugatti craftsmanship. All thirty have been sold.

9. Lamborghini Veneno Roadster (Worth $4.5 million)

Lamborghini Veneno Roadster

Among the most expensive cars in the world, they can reach 60 miles per hour in under 2.9 seconds.

Veneno, which is Spanish for “venom” or “poison,” perfectly describes this car’s


The Aventador-based Veneno, which was developed to commemorate Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary, was first showcased at the 2013 motor show in Geneva.

8. Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita (Worth $4.8 million)

Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita

The 8th most expensive car in the world. With a maximum speed of 254 miles per hour, the CCXR Trevita is highly exclusive to the likes of Floyd Mayweather.

The cost of production was so much that Koenigsegg kept its exclusivity at just two as opposed to the intended 3.

Its highlights include a carbon fiber finish with a diamond weave, a double carbon rear wing that is distinctive, carbon ceramic brakes with Automatic Breaking System, an Inconel exhaust system, and a tire monitoring system.

7. Pagani Huayra Imola (Worth $5.4 million)

Pagani Huayra Imola

The Pagani company produced just 5 of the Huayra Imola. In September 2019, Pagani announced to the public the latest improvement in features.

With an amazing 827 hp & 811 torque power produced by the V12 bi-turbo 6.0L engine, the Mercedes-AMG created expressly for Pagani; the Imola is now more potent than the Huayra BC.

6. The Bugatti Divo (Worth $5.8 million)

The Bugatti Divo

It was given the name Albert Divo in honor of the French racing driver who twice represented Bugatti and won the Targa Florio.

This is the most nimble and dynamic vehicle ever made by Bugatti, according to them. It was made by Bugatti Automobiles SAS; this is another mid-engine sports car that was designed with a concentration on the racetrack. It tops a max speed of 236 miles per hour.

The automobile, in which only 40 were produced, was pre-sold to Chiron owners via dealers’ special invitation before it was made public. On the first day, it was on sale; it was all gone.

5. Mercedes Benz Maybach Exelero (Worth $8 million)

Mercedes Benz Maybach Exelero

This is a four-seat, high-performance sports automobile with a V12 Bi-turbo engine.

So despite its odd appearance, it still makes a resounding appearance. The engine reaches a max speed of 217 miles per hour.

It was requested by Fulda, a German division of Goodyear, to test their new Carat Exelero tire line.

Rapper Birdman bought the Exelero, which was seen in one of Jay-music Z’s videos, according to Top Gear.

4. The Bugatti Centodieci (Worth $9 million)

The Bugatti Centodieci

The Bugatti company produces masterpieces, and this is another example of superb craftsmanship.

The vehicle honors the Bugatti EB110 and commemorates the 110th anniversary of the Bugatti brand.

An 8000cc, and 1,578 horsepower, quad-turbocharged W16 engine powers the Centodieci. This version is 20 kg lighter than the Chiron. There are only 11 units built with a price tag of nine million dollars.

3. The Rolls Royce Sweptail (Worth $13 million)

The Rolls Royce Sweptail

Every Roll Royce Vehicle costs a fortune. The England production company defines the class with this beauty.

The Sweptail is one unique luxury vehicle created in the UK by Rolls-Royce, a powerhouse of automotive engineering and design. It made its first appearance as the most expensive car the world saw in 2017 at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este event.

In 2013, it was commissioned for one aircraft and super-yacht specialist. Rolls Royce has kept him anonymous.

2. Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta (Worth $17 million)

Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta

Pagani Zonda has produced the second priciest car in the world, with a peak speed of 221 miles per hour. This 789-horse power beast is the fastest Zonda has made so far.

It has this unique look. The automobile itself lacks a roof and has a roof-less design with carbon fiber covering some of the rear wheels and a smaller-than-normal windshield.

1. Bugatti La Voiture Noire (Worth $18.7 million)

Bugatti La Voiture Noire

According to Bugatti, the car was bought for 18.7 million USD (after taxes) by an anonymous buyer. The automobile is valued at approximately $12.4 million USD before taxes.

The goal of Bugatti is to produce two customized vehicles yearly. There will only be one Noire created, and we think it’s very hot. Although first mentioned in 2019, Bugatti claimed it would take an additional 2.5 years to complete the automobile.

With a max speed of 261 miles per hour, this car has a tremendous speed. It can go from 0-60 miles per hour in the space of 2.5 seconds; this vehicle is an absolute blast.


Some businesses consider exclusivity to be essential. An excessive production cost may occasionally be the cause of exclusivity.

Another factor is that they are designed with short, pointed front ends so that they may easily move in the wind. Moreover, they are fairly close to the earth.

The majority of them were created exclusively for racetracks, but some of them could be modified to use on city streets.

These ultra-luxury vehicles are pricey, with the Bugatti La Voiture Noire holding the record for the most expensive cars in the world.

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