The choice among luxury cars – one could even say exception – is both wide and limited … everything is a question of point of view. From the Lamborghini via the Bugatti, the Ferrari or the Aston Martin to arrive at the Porsche, there is still something to do. But which ones are the most expensive? This is what we suggest you discover in this top 10 most expensive cars in the world.
Criteria such as speed, technology or design clash in a merciless battle between the producers of these cars at prices increasingly bewildering and, indeed, reserved for millionaires, or even billionaires. Competition, like prices, is getting tougher since, through the 2016 car shows, including the Geneva Motor Show, new contenders have been able to join the very closed and selective circle of the most elitist cars in the world.
This is the case, for example, with the Bugatti Chiron, which beats the Bugatti Veyron as the most expensive production car in the world. The throne, meanwhile, still belongs to the Lamborghini Veneno. But let’s see without further ado, the most expensive cars in the world, 2019, as well as their prices.
1. LAMBORGHINI VENENO ROADSTER ($3,692,914.50)
Equipped with the V12 6.5 l 750 hp, the Lamborghini Veneno Roadster is in first place in our ranking and the most expensive car in 2019 with a price tag of $3,692,914.50. And if it is true that it now benefits from two arches to provide greater security for its passengers – which has made his weight to 1490 kg (or 40 kg more) – its capabilities in terms of acceleration and top speed remain spectacular however: from 0 to 100 km / h in just 2.9 seconds, for a maximum speed of 355 km / h. Produced in only 9 copies, its price is just as spectacular: $3.3 million excluding taxes. In the Nigerian currency, the Lamborghini Veneno Roadster will be N1,343,334,578.52 (N1.3 billion).
2. LAMBORGHINI VENENO: ($3,356,379)
The Lamborghini Veneno is the second most expensive car of 2019 with a tag of $3,356,379.00. The supercar is also equipped with the V12 6.5 l 750 hp, but weighs 40kg less than the Roadster, which ensures acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.6 seconds (3 less), for a top speed always 355 km/h. The gift that the luxury brand has offered for its fiftieth anniversary in 2013 is produced in only 3 copies, whose price is $3.3 million excluding taxes. Converted, the Lamborghini Veneno’s cost will be around N1,220,916,425.04 (N1.2 billion) in Nigerian currency.
3. FERRARI PININFARINA SERGIO: ($3,356,379)
Ferrari completes our top 3 most expensive cars of 2019 with its Sergio Pininfarina valued at $3,356,379. Ferrari only produced six of this particular model in tribute to the famous designer, who died in 2012. Equipped with V8 4 497 cm3, whose power has been increased to 605hp, it allows an acceleration of 0 to 100 km/h in 3 seconds. As for its price, it is $3.3 million. In this sense, it shares the second place in our ranking with the Lamborghini Veneno.
4. LYKAN HYPERSPORT ($2,796,987.50)
Unveiled at the Qatar show in January 2013, the W Motors Lykan HyperSport benefits not only from a sublime carbon design but also from a mechanic signed RUF – the famous German specialist. In this regard, it is equipped with the biturbo of 750 hp. which ensures acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 395 km / h. The price of this rare delight is 2.5 million euros.
5. BUGATTI CHIRON: FROM ($2,685,108)
The Bugatti Chiron is now leading the most expensive production cars in the world, ahead of the Bugatti Veyron. Indeed, with its 1500hp and its 420 km/h top speed, the Chiron slips into our top 10 with a price to melt even the most stoic among us; from $2.6 million, this wonder baby can be all yours. Converted, a Nigerian big boy will land this beauty with just N976,734,886.08 (N976 million-plus).
6. FERRARI FXX K: ($2,461,338)
The Ferrari FXX K is the sixth most expensive car in 2019. This racing beast, reserved for the circuit, is a model from F1, and this can quickly be seen through its hybrid system with the recovery of kinetic energy. With just 32 units produced and equipped with a V12 of 860hp – up to 1050 with the hybrid – the price of Ferrari FXX K is $2.4 million, that is, N895,336,310.88 (N895 million-plus) in the Nigerian currency.
7. KOENIGSEGG REGERA ($2,349,459)
Unveiled at the Geneva show of 2015 and with just 80 units produced, the Koenigsegg Regera is the seventh most expensive car in 2019. The Swedish pearl offers its owner a hybrid engine of 1800hp through its twin-turbo V8 100 hp and three electric motors. She is able to accelerate 400 km/h in less than 20 seconds. But like any pearl, it the Koenigsegg Regera is one of its cheapest with a $2.3 million (N854,639,205.84) tag. Options not included, of course.
8. BUGATTI VEYRON: FROM ($2,349,459)
Although the Bugatti Veyron is no longer the most expensive production car in the world, it remains the fastest. Its “Super Sport” version is equipped with a quad-turbo W16 engine that goes from 1001hp at 1200ch. In this regard, let us add that this engine allows the Bugatti Veyron to beat the world record in 2011, exceeding, in particular, the 431 km/h mark! The vehicle is available in many versions and if its price starts from $2.3 million (N854,639,205.84), it can, however, reach $2.5 million (roughly N1 billion) when it comes to the “Super Sport” version.
9. ASTON MARTIN VULCAN ($2,349,459)
Presented at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, the Aston Martin Vulcan has only 24 units produced. It is the ninth most expensive car in the world, 2019. This is a race car for the track, which cumulates the impressive 800hp. That said, its price is also impressive since it can reach more than $2.3 million (N854,639,205.84), the same amount as the Aston Martin Vulcan.
10. PAGANI HUAYRA ($2,349,459)
Making the tenth most expensive car in the world, 2019 is the Pagani Huayra with a price tag of $2.3 million (N854,639,205.84) This splendid vehicle shows a refined blend of Italian design and German mechanics. It is equipped with a V12 AMG of 730hp. and 1000 Nm of torque. The Pagani Huayra can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.3 seconds. As for its price of $2.3 million (N854,639,205.84) set by the manufacturer, it is interesting to note that it can sometimes exceed the amount in the resale market.