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Most Expensive Cars in the World


Most Expensive Cars in the World – Buying the absolute best often comes at a cost and a high one at that.

This is especially true when it comes to the world of automobiles.

These cars combine unforgettable design work (both inside and out) with boundary-pushing performance, neither of which ever comes cheap.

They also cost a staggering amount to develop and build, because of which they can easily end up costing more than a house—or three, in the case of a handful of cars currently on the market.


Most Expensive Cars in the World – Pagani Huayra Codalunga – $7 Million

Pagani decided to go all out when saying goodbye to its second hyper, the Huayra.

The result is the Codalunga, a restyled interpretation of the model that pays tribute to the race cars of the 1960s with its beautiful flowing body.

The streamlining of the car’s exterior also allows it to cut through the air with more ease than before.

Add in an AMG-sourced twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter V-12 that produces 840 horses—which his 110 more than the standard version of the model—and it’s little wonder it’s the most expensive hypercar currently out there.


Most Expensive Cars in the World – Bugatti Mistral – $5 Million

No automaker is more represented in the top ten of this list than Bugatti.

The French marque doesn’t just build hypercars, it builds luxury hypercars.

Of those currently still rolling off the line, the Mistral is the closet thing to a range topper.

It’s a stunning roadster based on the Chiron that breathes new life into seven-year-old model with its more muscular stance.

It’s also the brand’s final car that will feature its trademark W16. And thanks to that 1,577-hp mill, there’s a good possibility the Mistral could become the world’s fastest open-top production car before all is said and done.


Most Expensive Cars in the World – Aspark Owl – $4.2 Million

Japan’s first hypercar, the Aspark Owl, might be the most unique-looking entry this list.

That’s because its lower to the ground and more stretched out than practically any other high-performance vehicle out there.

You’re either going to love or hate the vehicle’s exaggerated design, and consider us firmly in the first camp.

The Owl’s design isn’t its only standout feature.

It’s also monstrously powerful thanks to a quad-motor electric powertrain that delivers 1,985 hp and 1,475.

There’s only one problem with the Owl, nearly three full years after production was supposed to begin the vehicle is still in the prototype phase.


Most Expensive Cars in the World – McLaren Solus GT – $4 Million

The Solus GT is a video game car come to life.

The track-only hypercar actually made its debut way back in 2017 in Gran Turismo Sport for the Playstation 4.

Five years later, McLaren announced plans to put produce a limited run of the vehicle.

Like its virtual counterpart, the real version looks just like a Star Wars-esque starfighter. It’s also powered by a completely unique naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V-10 that the marque says will produce 829 horses and 479 ft lbs of twist while revving at up to 10,000 rpm.

The car will be hard to get, though, with only 25 slated to be built.


Most Expensive Cars in the World – Gordon Murray Automotive T.50s Niki Lauda – $3.9 Million

The Gordon Murray Automotive T.50 is one of the more hardcore hypercars available thanks to its lightweight construction and downforce-producing integrated rear fan.

The track-only T.50s Nikki Lauda—which the company stresses is its own distinct model—is even more extreme in basically every way. It has a host of aerodynamic upgrades, including a giant rear wing, weighs 300 pounds less than its street-legal counterpart, and wrings even more power out of its Cosworth-designed 3.9-liter V-12.

Specifically, the naturally aspirated mill generates 725 hp and 358 ft lbs, or 71 horses and 14 ft lbs of twist more than the standard T.50.


Most Expensive Cars in the World – Koenigsegg CC850 – $3.7 Million

Even hypercar makers aren’t afraid to look backward from time to time.

Last year, Koenigsegg unveiled a new model called that CC850 that was based on its very first vehicle, the CC8S.

The two cars share a similar design and shape, but the new version has a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 derived from the one featured in the Jesko.

The new mill is potent to say the least, producing 1,385 horses when the car is running on E85.

Thanks to that, the car can sprint from zero to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds and has a top speed of 280 mph.

The car has proven to be so popular, that the company decided to build 20 more after the initial run immediately sold out.


Most Expensive Cars in the World – Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut – $3.4 Million

Koenigsegg calls the Jesko Absolut a “land-based rocketship” and it’s hard to disagree.

The variant is a “stealthier interpretation” of the track-based Jesko.

Its carbon-fiber body has been redesigned to be even more aerodynamic, which includes replacing the base model’s large rear wing with two fighter jet-style wings.

It’s again powered by a twin-turbo 5.0-liter V-8 that can produce up to 1,600 hp when running on E85.

A top speed has yet to be determined but the Swedish marque has said the vehicle will be “unbelievably fast.”


Most Expensive Cars in the World – Aston Martin Valkyrie – $3.2 Million

When you picture an Aston Martin, chances are you think of a slick grand tourer with plenty of power.

The Valkyrie, though, is something completely different.

The beastly hybrid looks more like a Le Mans prototype racer than something James Bond would drive.

The car’s forward-thinking powertrain more than makes up for this lack of romance.

The setup includes a naturally aspirated V-12 and electric motor that combine to put out 1,160 hp and 664 ft lbs of torque.

It’s little wonder the brand is asking so much for its most unorthodox model.


Most Expensive Cars in the World – Koenigsegg Jesko – $3 Million

Koenigsegg was always going to have trouble following up the Agera, but the Jesko has done an able job living up to the reputation of the its predecessor.

The aggressive coupé is powered by a rear-mid-mounted twin-turbocharged V-8 that produces 1,280 hp and 738 ft lbs of torque.

Fill the the tank with E85 instead of regular pump gas and those numbers balloon to 1,600 horse and 1,106 ft lbs of twist.

It’s little wonder the Jesko is currently the world’s fastest accelerating car.

Of course, performance isn’t all the vehicle has to offer.

It also has a beautiful shape that allows it to slice through the air and a tall rear spoiler that increases downforce.

A targa top and dihedral doors are pretty cool details as well.


Most Expensive Cars in the World – Hennessey Venom F5 Revolution – $3 Million

The Venom F5 is about as hardcore as American-made cars come. Still, the Texas shop somehow saw an opportunity to wring even more from the vehicle.

While the standard version of the supercar can rip around a race circuit like few others, the Venom F5 Revolution is even more of a track beast.

The supercar’s 6.6-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 has been left untouched but its aero elements have been reworked so that they produce more downforce that before.

The car also tips the scales at less than 3,000 pounds, which means this might be the first Venom F5 to break the 300-mph barrier.

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