We all know that sticking to a budget is the smart way to live, and that we will be rewarded in the end for our thrifty ways. But sometimes, you just want to throw that caution out the window, and splurge on something that will bring a smile to your face every time you see it. All of the cars on this list fit that description. These vehicles are not well-known because they are affordable or practical – they are known for being expensive, luxurious, and just plain awesome. Consider the following list and dream about life in one of these beautiful machines.
The Top Seven Most Expensive Cars in the World
Bugatti Veyron Super Sport
Coming in at just over two million dollars, this beauty certainly fits the bill of one of the most expensive cars. For your millions, you will get a car that can hit 60 mph from a dead stop in 2.5 seconds, and the fastest street legal car in the world.
There are two problems when trying to purchase this car – affording the over $1.5 million price tag, and finding one. There are only 20 total in the world, so you better start searching (and saving) right away.
Unique on this list in that it is a sedan, the Maybach can still put down a 0-60 time of right around 5 seconds. An incredibly luxurious interior is what sets this $1.3 million vehicle apart from the pack.
If you are lucky enough to find one of the only 400 Enzo’s in existence, you are likely to have to pay over a million dollars for the right to own it. Classic supercar looks and a top speed of well over 200 MPH will be your reward for this investment.
Aston Martin One 77
As you might guess from the name, only 77 of these 750 horsepower machines are available, and you will pay almost two million to own one. Need to hit 220 MPH out on the track? This baby can get it done.
One of the ‘old hats’ in the supercar category, the F1 is one of the most popular of all-time. At just under a million dollars, the McLaren is a downright steal compared to others in the category.
With an engine that puts out a ridiculous 751 horsepower, this supercar is capable of speeds that don’t even seem possible. With a zero to 60 time of under 3 seconds, the Hypersport is up for any task you throw at it – for $3.5 million, it better be.