The Most Expensive Car in the World

The Most Expensive Car in the World

In a world of haves and have nots, show of sophistication is a very common style of differentiating the two worlds. For quite some time now, expensive cars have been a symbol of financial power among the rich with some brands asking for quite absurd amounts for any logical mind. In 1987, 1931 Bugatti Royale Kellner Coupe fetched a whopping $8.7 million. However, beneath the prices lies a beast whose roar silences the road and attain very high speeds in a very short time. Performance of these cars is enhanced by fitting them with latest technology and parts that will ensure it operates at its optimal capabilities. Currently, it is almost impossible to be too sure on the most expensive car in the world due to the competition that exists between the automobile manufacturers.

The Most Expensive Car in the World

World’s Most Expensive Car

In the field of most expensive cars, the world has seen more than it expected right from early 90s to date. Brands like Bugatti, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Aston martin among others, always felt the need to provide the market with top notch machines that not only exceed markets expectations in terms of performance speeds and cost. Just to understand the weight of these words, it is important to look at the features of some of the most expensive cars in the world, that once held the record title of the most expensive car.

1. Aston martin one-77($1.4M)

• Produces 750 horse power and 553lb-ft

• Top speed 220mph

• In 3.5 seconds it can decelerate from 0 to 60 mph

• Has a naturally aspirated V12 engine , 7.3 liters

The Most Expensive Car in the World- Aston Martin one-77

2. Ferrari F60 America (2.5M)

• Accelerates upto 60mph in 3.1seconds

• 740 horse power

• 6.2 liter v12engine

The Most Expensive Car in the World- Ferrari F60 America

3. Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita($4.8M)

• Dual supercharged V8 engine, 4.8 liter

• 1004 horse power with 797 lb-ft

These cars have earned a place in the history books with performance features that defy norm, while setting new records in their respective capacities. Engine performance aside, a common feature with all these cars is the attention to detail in terms of interior designs and the bodywork. It is phenomenal, to say the least.

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The most expensive car in the world 2018

The most expensive car in the world is Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta, a 2018 model inspired by the LaFerrari model. This car is more of a trophy of the brand as it was released as the brand celebrated its 70th anniversary. It boasts being the best sports car in the world today with its performance exceeding the expectation of sports car enthusiasts. It has a hybrid engine with 800-horse power, v12 engine coupled with a 163-horse power electric motor. Its combined horsepower reaches 960 with consumption, which will not affect the quality of environment. To add on this fineness, the car has butterfly doors that open upward. Currently, the price of the most expensive car in the world is US $ 5.9 Million.

The Most Expensive Car in the World-The Most Expensive Car in the World 2018

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The most expensive car in the world of all time

The Rolls Royce Sweptail still holds the record of the most expensive car in the world. This model is limited to one with customized features to meet the requirements of the owner. This model has features similar to classic cars of the 1920 models coupled with unique features of super sport yacht. This master piece that took 3 years to figure out, attracted a total sum of up to US $13 Million, partly as a privilege to own the only Sweptail rolls in the world and mainly because of its unique design and features.

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