Luxury knows no bound; therefore, people spend millions of dollars on things to show their wealth and power. What could be more ideal than a sports car to show how much your purse weighs? Below we list some of the most unique and expensive cars the world has to offer.

1.Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita ($4.8M)

Most Expensive Cars (3)

This $4.8 million bad boy is literally covered in diamonds. This is most expensive vehicle being manufactured anywhere around the world. Only 3 such cars were made and the manufacturer uses a special paint impregnated with diamond dust to give it a million dollar gloss that no other car can match.

2.Lamborghini Veneno ($4.5M)

Most Expensive Cars (5)

Veneno translates to Venom; this deadly ride was made to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the company. It looks stunning from every angle, Venom is capable of reaching a tire burning speed of 60 MPH in only 3 seconds so if you ever get a chance to step in this powerhouse be wary of your foot on the gas.

3.W Motors Lykan Hypersport ($3.4M)

Most Expensive Cars (8)

Capable of reaching the top speed of 240 MPH, this super roadster comes with gold crusted headlights and an interior right out of a futuristic armor car. The design looks stunning and mere 3 seconds are enough to get this Super car to the speed of 60 MPH. Lykan Hypersport was also featured in the movie Furious 7.

Mansory Vivere Bugatti Veyron ($3.4M)

Most Expensive Cars (6)

This list would not be complete without a hard hitting Bugatti. This carbon fibered car is capable of reaching the top speed of 254 MPH. Considered to be one of the fastest and classiest cars in the world. The exterior is slick and packed with hidden symbolism that only a real car fanatic can understand. This German feat of engineering is the perfect car for speed lovers.

Ferrari F60 America ($2.5M)

Most Expensive Cars (1)

Nothing can compare with the thrill of riding a car at 75 MPH with the top down and wind rushing through your hair. Ferrari made 10 pieces of this amazing car to celebrate their 10th anniversary in the United States. Supporting a classy Blue and White striped color this car can fit right into any Clooney movie.

Koenigsegg One: 1 ($2.0M)

Most Expensive Cars (4)

A lot can be bought with 2 million dollars but it is barely enough to make you the happy owner of this Swedish marvel. This speedster is capable of dishing out the top speed of 273 MPH without breaking a sweat. Considering the power it packs $2 million is a steal, so reach back in your couch and get all that extra cash because you would need it to own this luxurious vehicle.

Aston Martin One-77 ($1.4M)

Most Expensive Cars (10)

You might think that any Manufacturer would be more than happy to provide you with a Super car in exchange of $1.4 million dollars, but unfortunately, that would not hold true for this silver beauty because Aston only produced 77 units of this car and they all have been claimed. So if you wish to enjoy the thrill of having a car that can reach 60 MPH in 4 seconds you would have to try your luck elsewhere.

Pagani Huayra ($1.4M)

Most Expensive Cars (7)

Named after the Incan deity of the wind this beastly vehicle is capable of dishing out 620 HP with its V12 engine. Beholding this beautiful car in its full glory is a treat that only very few can enjoy. An amazing performance combined with great looks makes it a great toy for a young millionaire.

Ferrari LaFerrari ($1.4M)

Most Expensive Cars (2)

Manufactured by Ferrari called a Ferrari this vehicle is the true representation of everything unique to Ferrari. Its stunning red color combined with beastly Grill and the ability to reach 60 MPH in 3 seconds makes it worth your buck.

Zenvo ST1 ($1.2M)

Most Expensive Cars (9)

This car is more of an unchained beast than a vehicle. Manufactured by the New Zealanders it boasts one of the most powerful engines on the market capable of rendering 1100 HP. This beast caused a lot of controversies when its engine burst into flames on the famous TV program Top Gear.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here