The 50 Most Expensive Cars in the World Right Now


The automotive world is known for its premium offerings, where the best cars often come with a hefty price tag.

While there are some accessibly priced vehicles that are impressive, if you’re looking for something truly exceptional such as a hypercar, luxury saloon or super SUV, be prepared to spend a considerable amount of money.

These classes of vehicles boast breathtaking designs both inside and out, along with unparalleled performance, both of which come at a premium price.


These cars are not only expensive to purchase, but they also cost a significant amount to develop and build, which is why they can easily end up costing more than a house.


If you’re interested in exploring the world’s most expensive cars, you’ll find that they’re being built by the likes of Ferrari, Rolls-Royce, Hennessey, Koenigsegg, and Bugatti.


While you’ll need to be willing to spend a considerable amount of money to own one, getting behind the wheel of these supercars is an experience like no other.

50. Cadillac Celestiq — $340,000

The price you see at the top of this entry for the Celestiq is not a mistake. It is the most expensive Cadillac currently available and is also the most technologically advanced vehicle produced by the luxury automaker.


This electric vehicle will serve as the flagship for the brand’s upcoming electric lineup and is built-to-order.

Cadillac hopes that customers will see the Celestiq as an American-made alternative to bespoke builds like Rolls-Royce.

As a result, this liftback sedan will be one of the most customizable models yet, allowing buyers to design both the exterior and interior to their exact specifications.

49. McLaren 765LT — $368,000 to $382,500

The McLaren 765LT is an exceptional vehicle that has been stripped down to its most essential features. It is designed for dominating on the track, and as a result, it lacks some of the creature comforts that are usually standard in cars.


For instance, it does not come with a sound system, air-conditioner, or carpets. However, this exclusion, combined with some engineering wizardry, makes it weigh only 3,060 pounds, which is 79 pounds lighter than its 720S variant.

The car is equipped with a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 engine that can deliver 750 horsepower and 590 ft lbs of torque. With this engine, the car can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds and reach a top speed of 205 mph.

48. Fisker Rōnin — $385,000

Fisker has unveiled a new electric sports car named Rōnin. Unlike traditional sports cars, the Rōnin is a four-door open-top grand tourer that can accommodate up to five adults.


The car features two full-size butterfly doors at the front and another set of smaller doors at the rear.

It has a striking design and boasts a 1,000 horsepower powertrain that can cover a distance of up to 600 miles on a single charge. Fisker plans to launch the Rōnin in the second half of 2025.

47. Revzani Hercules 6×6 —$395,000 to $459,000

It’s a given that a list of the priciest cars would feature some truly extravagant vehicles. The most ludicrous car on this list is the Hercules 6×6. This behemoth not only has six wheels, but it’s also the most potent six-wheeler currently available.


Concealed beneath its hood is a supercharged 7.0-liter V-8 engine that produces a whopping 1,300 horsepower. Additionally, it comes with several off-road packages, allowing you to make use of all that power on almost any terrain.

And if the Hercules doesn’t seem absurd enough, there’s a “Military” version that comes with bulletproof armor and is even more capable.

46. Ferrari Purosangue —$400,000

Ferrari has finally decided to build its first SUV, the Purosangue. However, it still has a lot in common with the brand’s sports cars than its other super SUV peers. The design of the Purosangue is ultra-sleek and outshines anything else in its class, even the Lamborghini Urus.


It is powered by a naturally aspirated V-12 engine that produces 725 horsepower and 528 ft-lbs of torque. The power is routed to all four wheels via a dual-clutch transaxle transmission.

Despite its weight of 4,806 pounds, the Purosangue can still sprint from zero to 62 mph in just 3.3 seconds and achieve a top speed of 190 mph.

45. Aston Martin DBS 770 Ultimate — $400,000 to $415,960

The Aston Martin DBS 770 Ultimate is the last series-production model to feature a V-12 engine. It is not just a grand tourer; it is an exceptionally attractive car with a sporty interior. The car’s 12 cylinders generate up to 759 horsepower (770 ps) and 664 ft lbs of torque.

The engine is mated to an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission. The car can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in just over three seconds and reach a top speed of 211 mph. This model is a true powerhouse, and the last of its kind.

44. Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge — $425,000


Rolls-Royce has taken the SUV to new heights of luxury with the Cullinan. The SUV fits well into the brand’s lineup, prioritizing luxury and comfort. The Cullinan, introduced in 2018, is essentially a larger and more commanding Phantom with a roof that extends all the way to the rear of the vehicle.

The cabin features all the amenities you’d expect from one of the brand’s cars, but with more space. The Black Badge variant is the top-of-the-line model, with a twin-turbocharged V-12 that produces 591 horsepower and 664 ft lbs of torque, and it comes in a blacked-out design.

43. Ferrari 812 GTS — $429,815.

“All Ferraris are special, but if you are looking for a convertible, the 812 GTS is hard to beat. This is the first V-12 spider with a front-engine configuration in a half-century and was a runner-up for Car of the Year in 2022.

The convertible version of the 812 Superfast is a sleek speed machine that packs a whopping 6.5-liter engine, generating 789 HP and 530 ft lbs of torque.

With such power, you can hit 60 mph in just under three seconds and reach a top speed of 211 mph, which is impressive for any car, but even more so for one without a top.

While the convertible costs $50,000 more than its phased-out hard-top counterpart, we don’t think brand loyalists will mind paying the premium.”

42. Rolls-Royce Spectre — $440,000

Rolls-Royce, the renowned British automaker, has recently unveiled its very first electric vehicle – the Spectre, in the fall of last year. While some may consider it sacrilegious for the brand to come up with a vehicle that doesn’t run on its trademark V-12s, this model has the potential to win over even the doubters.


The Spectre is a stunning super coupé with an elegant interior and exterior design, and with its electric motor, it may offer an even more serene ride than its predecessors since there will be no engine noise.

Despite the absence of a combustion engine, it still delivers a thrilling experience with its dual-motor powertrain that produces 576 horsepower, allowing the EV to go from zero to 60 mph in just 4.4 seconds. Not bad for a first attempt, right?

41. Rolls-Royce Ghost Black Badge — $443,000

Rolls-Royce has been known for producing the best cars in the world since 1906, when the Silver Ghost was first introduced. The Ghost, which was launched in 2009, is a full-size saloon and a true embodiment of a Rolls-Royce car.

It is as enjoyable to drive as it is to be driven in. This is especially true for the high-performance Black Badge variant. The four-door car is blacked-out and features a specially tuned 6.6-liter V-12 engine that generates 591 hp and 664 ft lbs of torque.


This is an increase of 28 hp and 37 ft lbs of torque over the standard version. Thanks to the extra power, the car can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds. It’s amazing to think that a gas-powered Rolls-Royce can be so quick!

40. Rolls-Royce Phantom — $458,000

The Rolls-Royce Phantom is an iconic model that has been around for almost a century now. The current version, which was introduced last year, is a full-size luxury sedan powered by a twin-turbocharged V-12 engine that can generate 563 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque.


The interior of the car is incredibly quiet and elegant, and can be customized to meet your specific preferences. Whether you prefer to drive or be driven, the Phantom is an excellent choice.

39. Ferrari SF90 Stradale — $524,815 to $575,445

Automotive purists are often resistant to change, especially when it comes to beloved automakers like Ferrari. However, it’s hard to believe that anyone could be skeptical of the SF90 Stradale.

Ferrari’s first plug-in hybrid and all-wheel-drive sports car is a true masterpiece that will likely become one of the defining cars of its era. This is because the SF90 Stradale combines a bold and angular design with next-level performance. 


In fact, it was launched as the most powerful Ferrari of all time, boasting a combined 986 horsepower (769 of which comes from its twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 engine).

Furthermore, if you prefer the wind in your hair, the convertible version offers the same impressive performance.


38. Ferrari SF90 XX Stradale — $840,000 to $930,000

We have now reached the stage in our list where the prices of the cars take a significant jump. It is fitting that the car leading this leap is the SF90 XX Stradale, which is an even more extreme version of number 38 on this list. This limited-run variant is also available as a more expensive roadster and has a more aerodynamic body that creates significantly more downforce, along with a reworked electronic system. Moreover, it features an upgraded hybrid powertrain that generates 1,016 horsepower, allowing the car to accelerate from zero to 60 mph in just 2.3 seconds, making it 0.2 seconds faster than the car it is based on.

37. Lamborghini Revuelto — $890,000

How does one replace a car as respected as the Aventador? How about by creating an electrified model that can go from zero to 60 mph in just 2.5 seconds, and reach a top speed of 217 mph? Say hello to the Revuelto, the first hybrid Raging Bull to be produced in a series (the limited-run Sián was the brand’s first hybrid).


The supercar boasts an audacious design, with even more Y-shaped elements than ever before. But what truly sets it apart is its powertrain, which includes a naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V-12 engine and not one, not two, but three electric motors. This setup produces an impressive 1,001 horsepower and 793 ft lbs of torque.

36. McLaren Senna — $900,000

McLaren’s third Ultimate Series car was named after the legendary F1 driver Ayrton Senna, which set high expectations for the model. Fortunately, the Senna has exceeded those expectations since its debut in 2018.


The limited-run supercar stands out in McLaren’s lineup with its dominant but aerodynamic design, and a powerful twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 engine. The engine is paired with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, delivering an impressive 789 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque.

35. W Motors Fenyr SuperSport — $1.4 Million

The Fenyr SuperSport, manufactured by UAE-based W Motors, is the first seven-figure sports car on this list. The car is named after the monstrous wolf from Norse mythology and features an angular design that looks like it’s straight out of an old Playstation game.


However, the car’s unique exterior is not its only noteworthy feature. The coupé is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter flat-six engine developed by Run Automobile, which is mid-rear-mounted and mated to a Porsche-sourced seven-speed dual-clutch PDK transmission.

The engine is capable of producing 799 horsepower and 723 ft lbs of torque. The company plans to manufacture 100 units of the Fenyr SuperSport, which makes it less rare than its predecessor, the Lykan Hypersport, but still exclusive.


34. Aston Martin Valour — $1.5 Million to $2 Million

Aston Martin has a reputation for building impressive front-engine sports cars. The company’s other models on the list are a testament to this. However, the Valour is a unique offering that was unveiled during the automaker’s 110th-anniversary celebrations.


The car’s sculpted design is reminiscent of the iconic V8 Vantage from the 1970s and ’80s, especially the window louvers. But the Valour is not just a looker.

Under the hood, it boasts a twin-turbocharged V-12 engine that delivers 715 horsepower and 555 ft-lbs of torque. Additionally, the car comes with a bespoke six-speed manual that is sure to excite enthusiasts.

33. Czinger 21C — $1.7 Million


Did you know that American automakers can also make supercars? The Czinger 21C is a prime example. This sleek and curvaceous speed machine can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in under two seconds, making it one of the fastest cars in the world.

Unlike other supercars that may have aircraft-inspired design elements, the 21C has a distinct bubble cockpit with tandem seats similar to a fighter jet.


But this car isn’t just about speed and style; it also features a hybrid-assisted V-8 engine that can generate an impressive 1,250 horsepower. With this powerful engine, the 21C can go from zero to 60 mph in just 2.5 seconds, and reach a top speed of 253 mph.

32. Devel Sixteen — $1.7 Million

Supercar manufacturers are known for making bold claims, but UAE-based Devel has set the bar higher than anyone else. The Devel Sixteen, their debut model, is a stunningly aerodynamic coupe that looks like it’s straight out of a futuristic video game.


It is powered by a V-16 engine that can reportedly produce an incredible 3,006 horsepower and 2,407 ft lbs of torque. Devel claims that the Sixteen is the fastest car in the world, with a top speed of 364 mph, but it has yet to be seen in action. As of now, only one Sixteen has been produced.

31. Gordon Murray Automotive T.33 — $1.7 Million


Gordon Murray, the designer of the iconic McLaren F1, has created a new supercar called the T.33. This car is expected to be a legend in the making.

The coupe has a sleek and elegant design, which is more restrained than Murray’s previous models, such as the F1 and T.50. However, it is still a stunning sight to behold.

The T.33 is not as powerful as its predecessors, but it still packs a punch with a Cosworth V-12 engine that generates 607 horsepower and 332 ft lbs of torque.

Car enthusiasts will appreciate that the T.33 comes with a manual gearbox, making it a car that purists will undoubtedly love. Unlike the F1, the T.33 will also be available in a spider version.

30. Hispano Suiza Carmen — $1.7 Million

The Carmen is a battery-powered supercar that is aimed at drivers who appreciate the absurdity of such vehicles. The brand’s first model since the 1930s, this all-electric sports car has a retro-futuristic design that sets it apart from anything else on the road.


Although some critics may argue that the unusual design is a bit chaotic, it’s impossible to deny that it’s eye-catching. The vehicle is powered by a dual-motor powertrain that generates over 1,000 horsepower.

Also, the Carmen has a range of 248 miles, and it can be charged up to 80% in just half an hour. Therefore, there is no need to worry about range anxiety.

29. Koenigsegg Gemera — $1.7 Million

The Gemera is a unique supercar that can accommodate an entire family. Although it only has two dihedral doors, the car’s cabin has a 2+2 seating setup, which means that the driver can bring three adults along for the ride.


The car, which is referred to as a “Mega-Grand Tourer,” is equipped with a hybrid powertrain that features twin-turbocharged three-cylinder and three electric motors.

While a three-cylinder engine may seem inadequate, this setup produces an impressive 1,700 horsepower (or 2,400 if you choose to upgrade to a V-8 option). Additionally, the Gemera is Koenigsegg’s first vehicle to offer all-wheel drive.

28. McLaren Elva — $1.7 Million 

The McLaren car lineup often shows its appreciation for the F1 model, but the brand is always open to experimenting with new designs. A prime example of this is the Elva, the fifth car in the Ultimate Series range.


The Elva is inspired by the open-top racing cars that were developed by Bruce McLaren in the 1960s. Apart from its unique and stunning appearance, the limited-edition model shares a powerful 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 engine and a seven-speed seamless-shift gearbox with the Senna.

The engine produces an incredible 804 horsepower, which allows the speedster to go from zero to 62 mph in just 2.5 seconds and reach a top speed of 203 mph.


27. McLaren Senna GTR — $1.8 Million

If you’re planning to name a car after Ayrton Senna, then it’s only natural that you release a version exclusively for track use. The Senna GTR is more aggressive compared to its road-going counterpart in every aspect.

It features a striking aero package with a massive rear wing, which allows it to cut through the air even more easily than the standard version. Moreover, the car’s twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 engine has been tuned for increased power.


This engine is paired with a dual-clutch racing gearbox, which offers faster shifting and delivers a whopping 814 horsepower. In addition, the car boasts of a new suspension setup and rolls on specially designed Pirelli racing slicks.

26. Hennessey Venom F5 — $1.8 Million to $3 Million

Hennessey Performance, a Texas-based shop, has been known for designing and tuning high-performance vehicles.


However, in 2017, the company announced its plans to create a sports car of its own, which resulted in the remarkable Venom F5. Named after the most powerful grade of tornado, this car boasts a unique design that is not overly influenced by Italian supercars.


It is powered by a twin-turbocharged 6.6-liter Fury V-8 engine that is paired with an automated manual gearbox, producing a whopping 1,817 horses and 1,193 ft lbs of torque. Hennessey believes that this car, which is also available as a more expensive roadster, could become the fastest production car in the world.

25. Deus Vayanne — $2 Million

Deus Automobiles, an Australian startup, is targeting the supercar market with its debut model, the all-electric Vayanne. However, the company knows that this won’t be an easy feat to accomplish, which is why it’s giving itself until 2025 to get everything just right.


The design of the Vayanne is futuristic yet restrained compared to other battery-powered cars in its class. Although it’s not clear how many motors will be included in the powertrain, it’s expected to generate 2,200 hp and 1,475 ft lbs of torque.

With this amount of power, the brand claims the EV will go from zero to 62 mph in less than two seconds and reach a top speed of 248 mph. Additionally, the Vayanne will be able to travel 300 miles between charges thanks to its 85-kWh battery pack.

24. SSC Tuatara — $2 Million

“When you spend seven figures on a car, you expect it to be capable of breathtaking feats. The SSC North America Tuatara certainly meets those expectations.

While independent testing has yet to confirm a top speed of over 300 mph, the car came close with a one-way top speed of 295 mph during a run at Space Florida’s Launch and Landing Facility in the spring of 2022.


With a twin-turbocharged 5.9-liter flat-plane crank V-8 that generates 1,350 hp, the Tuatara is a rocket on wheels. It wouldn’t be surprising if the car breaks the 300 mph mark soon. SSC North America also has two high-performance variants, the Striker and the Aggressor, in the works.”

23. Bentley Mulliner Batur — $2.1 Million

Are you curious about the most outrageous Bentley car? Look no further than the Batur, an ultra-exclusive version of the Continental GT. The Mulliner bespoke unit of the marque is planning to build only 18 examples of this vehicle by hand.


The Batur features a completely reworked body that’s much more athletic than the coupe it’s based on. The latest iteration of the automaker’s revered W-12 engine is the real selling point, which is hidden under the hood and heavily tuned.

The mill features 33% larger air intakes and can generate 730 hp and 737 ft lbs of torque that you’ll feel as soon as you put your foot to the pedal. Like its extravagant open-air counterpart, the Bacalar, the Batur will also be one of the brand’s final W-12 cars as it transitions towards a fully electric lineup.

22. Lotus Evija — $2.1 Million

Lotus is hoping to rejuvenate its brand with its latest creation, the Evija. This all-electric supercar boasts an aggressive front fascia, giant air channels, and an LED-lit rear end that makes it look like it belongs on a rocket ship.


The Evija is powered by a quad-motor powertrain that can generate an astounding 2,011 horsepower, which should allow it to reach a top speed of 217 mph.

However, despite production starting two years ago, not a single car has been delivered yet.

21. Ferrari Daytona SP3 — $2.3 Million

It’s no surprise that the most expensive Ferrari in series production is something special. The Daytona SP3 celebrates the Italian marque’s rich history while also providing a glimpse into its exciting future.

This latest model in the Icona Series boasts a sleek and flowing design with clean lines, making it one of the most beautiful cars available on the market.


The 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V-12 from the 812 Competizione is equally impressive, generating 829 horsepower, 514 ft-lbs of torque and boasting a redline of 9,500 rpm.

It’s easy to understand why the automaker chose to name this car after its legendary 1960s prototype racers.

20. Rimac Nevera — $2.4 Million

Are you doubtful that supercars can thrive in the age of electric vehicles? Well, the Nevera from Croatia is here to prove you wrong. This electric vehicle not only looks like a supercar, but also performs like one. Its quad-motor powertrain produces an incredible 1,900 horsepower, earning it rave reviews since its debut in 2021.


Earlier this year in spring, the same setup helped the car set 23 speed records in a single day, including the impressive feat of accelerating from zero to 249 mph in less than 30 seconds.


Although it no longer holds the record, having been beaten by the Koenigsegg Jesko in June, there is no doubt that the Nevera will try to reclaim the title before the year is over. Additionally, this battery-powered speed machine is surprisingly efficient, providing over 300 miles of driving range on a single charge in real-world conditions.

19. Pagani Utopia — $2.5 Million

Pagani, unlike other supercar makers, doesn’t seem to be interested in exploring the potential of electric powertrains.

Their latest offering, the Utopia, is a nod to the past, featuring a streamlined design with fewer extraneous features compared to earlier models.


However, the interior is still quite extravagant. The Utopia is designed to be the most driver-focused Pagani yet, powered by an AMG-sourced 6.0-liter V-12 engine that delivers a staggering 852 horsepower and 811 ft-lbs of torque.

For the purists who prefer manual transmissions, the Utopia is available with either an automated manual or manual gearbox.

18. Pininfarina Battista — $2.5 Million

If you’re looking for an electric supercar that has a sleek style and impressive performance, you might want to consider the Pininfarina Battista. It shares the same electric architecture with the Rimac Nevera, but it looks less muscular. However, don’t let its stylish design fool you.

The Pininfarina Battista has a four-motor powertrain that can produce 1,900 hp, and it has already set records in the past, competing with the Rimac Nevera. We can expect to see more of these two supercars competing with each other in the years to come.


17. Gordon Murray Automotive T.50 — $2.6 Million

If you’re looking for a modern-day McLaren F1, you might want to check out Gordon Murray’s latest supercar, the T.50. This car is the first release from the designer’s own brand and it feels like a true successor to the legendary F1. The T.50 has a sleek and elegant design that is not too flashy.

The car’s aerodynamic design, including a fan at the back to maximize downforce, makes it one of the most aerodynamic road cars ever made.

It also boasts a Cosworth V-12 engine that produces 650 horsepower and can rev up to 12,100 rpm. With a manual gearbox, this supercar is a dream come true for any car enthusiast.


16. Mercedes-AMG One — $2.7 Million

Mercedes-AMG is renowned for producing excellent sports cars. But what about hypercars? Enter “The One” – a street-legal, hybrid-powered vehicle that looks like a race car and boasts an aggressive aero package complete with a giant rear wing.

The One’s defining feature is its hybrid-assisted 1.6-liter V-6 engine, which generates over 1,000 horsepower. This allows the car to go from zero to 124 mph in under six seconds and reach a top speed of 217 mph.

Thanks to its impressive performance, The One has already set a few records. Notably, Mercedes-AMG has leveraged knowledge from its Formula 1 team to create one of the most impressive plug-in hybrids in the world.

15. Zenvo Aurora — $2.8 Million


Zenvo has unveiled its latest hypercar, the Aurora, which is also its most powerful model yet. Interestingly, Aurora is not a single vehicle, but two. The Aurora is available in two versions – the hardcore Agil, designed to dominate the racetrack, and the elegant Tur, which is better suited for long drives.

Both versions of the Aurora are named after the natural light phenomenon and are powered by a hybrid-assisted, quad-turbocharged V12 engine that produces a mind-boggling 1,250 horsepower.

The rear-wheel-drive Agil has a single electric motor that increases the output to 1,250 hp and 1,033 ft-lbs of torque, while the all-wheel-drive Tur has two electric motors that boost it to an incredible 1,850 horsepower and 1,254 ft-lbs of torque.

14. Hennessey Venom F5 Revolution — $3 Million

The Venom F5 is an American-made supercar known for its hardcore performance on race circuits. However, the Texas-based shop responsible for the car has managed to make it even more impressive with the Venom F5 Revolution.


While the standard version of the car is already an exceptional track beast, the Revolution version has improved aerodynamics resulting in more downforce. Additionally, the car weighs less than 3,000 pounds, which could make it the first Venom F5 to break the 300-mph barrier.

Although the 6.6-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 engine remains unchanged, the car’s upgraded aero elements and lightweight design make it a force to be reckoned with on the track.


13. Koenigsegg Jesko — $3 Million

Koenigsegg faced a challenge following up the success of the Agera, but the Jesko has done an excellent job in living up to the reputation of its predecessor.

This aggressive coupé is powered by a twin-turbocharged V-8 engine mounted at the rear-mid, which produces 1,280 horsepower and 738 ft lbs of torque. Using E85 instead of regular pump gas increases those numbers to 1,600 horsepower and 1,106 ft lbs of torque. It’s no surprise that the Jesko is currently the world’s fastest accelerating car.

Apart from performance, the Jesko has a stunning design that allows it to cut smoothly through the air, while a tall rear spoiler increases downforce. Additionally, the car has some neat features such as a targa top and dihedral doors.

12. Lamborghini Sián — $3 million to $3.3 Million


The Revuelto is Lamborghini’s first series-production hybrid car. However, the Sían was the first limited-run hybrid and it was based on the Aventador.

The Sían shares technology with the Contact LPI 800-4 and is one of the boldest releases ever by the Italian automaker.

Besides its cool appearance, the Sían’s powertrain is what sets it apart. It includes a V-12 engine and an electric motor stored in a supercapacitor unit.

This potent setup produces over 800 horsepower, which allows the car to reach 62 mph in just 2.8 seconds. The Sían’s top speed is an equally impressive 221 mph.

11. Aston Martin Valkyrie — $3.2 Million

When you think of an Aston Martin, you probably imagine a sleek grand tourer with a lot of power. However, the Valkyrie is an entirely different beast.


This hybrid car looks more like a Le Mans prototype racer than something James Bond would drive. But don’t let its unconventional appearance fool you – the car’s advanced powertrain is impressive.

It includes a naturally aspirated V-12 engine and an electric motor that work together to produce an incredible 1,160 horsepower and 664 foot-pounds of torque. It’s no surprise that the brand is asking for a lot of money for this unique model.

10. Bugatti Chiron Super Sport — $3.3 Million

The Chiron Super Sport has bid farewell with a bang in the form of a road-going version of the Chiron Super Sport 300+. This hypercar first made history by breaking the 300 mph barrier in 2019. The Super Sport model combines remarkable performance with luxurious amenities.

The car’s V-12 engine produces 1,596 horsepower, which is 19 more than the figure announced in 2021. Although the car’s top speed is still “limited” to 273 mph for road use, it’s hard to imagine anyone would be disappointed with such a speed.


9. Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut — $3.4 Million

Koenigsegg has named the Jesko Absolut as a “land-based rocketship”, and it’s hard to disagree. This variant is a more subtle version of the track-focused Jesko.

The car has a redesigned carbon-fiber body that enhances its aerodynamics, which includes replacing the standard model’s big rear wing with two fighter jet-style wings.

It’s powered by a twin-turbo 5.0-liter V-8 engine that can generate up to 1,600 horsepower when running on E85. Although no official top speed has been announced, Koenigsegg has stated that the car will be “unbelievably fast.”


8. Pagani Huayra Roadster BC — $3.5 Million

The Huayra Roadster from Pagani is already an impressive car, but the company decided to take it to the next level with the creation of a track-only version called the Huayra Roadster BC.

This hypercar features a more aerodynamic body with modifications that produce over 1,100 pounds of downforce, and a monocoque made from a carbon-titanium material that’s even lighter than that used in the standard version.

The Roadster BC also comes with a modified version of the Huayra’s AMG-sourced V-12 engine, which produces an impressive 791 horsepower and 745 ft lbs of torque.

7. Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport — $3.6 Million


The Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport is considered by some as the most refined version of the Chiron. Introduced after the hypercar’s debut in 2016, each variant has made slight tweaks to the formula.

The purpose behind the Pur Sport was to create a more responsive version of the coupe without compromising on power.


The result is a V-12-powered speed machine that is lighter and narrower, making it significantly more agile than its predecessors. Although its top speed is slower at 217 mph compared to other Chirons, it’s still an impressive speed.

Most people would not mind the lower top speed when they experience its exceptional performance on the racetrack.


6. Koenigsegg CC850 — $3.7 Million

Hypercar makers sometimes look back at their history for inspiration. Last year, Koenigsegg introduced a new model named CC850, which was based on their first vehicle, the CC8S.

While the two cars share a similar design and shape, the new version features a more powerful 5.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine derived from the Jesko.

This new engine produces an impressive 1,385 horsepower when running on E85, enabling the car to accelerate from zero to 60 mph in just 2.5 seconds and reach a top speed of 280 mph.

The car became so popular that Koenigsegg decided to produce 20 more units after the initial run sold out immediately.


5. McLaren Solus GT — $4 Million

The Solus GT is a hypercar that was first introduced in the video game Gran Turismo Sport for the Playstation 4, back in 2017. McLaren has announced plans to produce a limited run of the vehicle, which looks similar to a Star Wars starfighter.


The car is powered by a unique naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V-10 engine that can produce 829 horsepower and 479 ft lbs of torque, while revving up to 10,000 rpm. Unfortunately, the car will be quite difficult to obtain, as only 25 of them are set to be built.

4. Aspark Owl — $4.2 Million

The Aspark Owl is Japan’s first hypercar and has a unique appearance that sets it apart from other high-performance vehicles. It sits lower to the ground and has a more stretched-out design.


The exaggerated design may polarize opinions, but we are in the camp that loves it. The car’s standout feature is its quad-motor electric powertrain that delivers 1,985 hp and 1,475.

However, there is a major issue with the Owl – production was scheduled to commence three years ago, but the vehicle is still in the prototype phase.

3. Bugatti Bolide — $4.3 Million

The Bolide, which debuted publicly at Le Mans earlier this year, is undoubtedly the most extreme hypercar ever produced by Bugatti. The model was constructed to be the kind of vehicle that can set a new personal record each time you take it out on the track.


This is due, in large part, to a thunderously loud W16 engine that produces 1,578 horsepower and 1,180 pound-feet of torque.

Additionally, the car is lightweight, weighing in at just 3,197 pounds, which gives it an impressive weight-to-power ratio of approximately 2 pounds per horsepower.


The car features a bold and angular design, which is unusual for Bugatti, and is sure to sell out despite the fact that it is not street-legal.

2. Bugatti Mistral — $5 Million

Bugatti is the most prominent automaker on the top ten list. This is because the French company specializes in creating not just hypercars, but luxury hypercars.


The Mistral is the closest thing to a flagship vehicle currently being produced. This stunning roadster is based on the Chiron and has a more muscular stance that breathes new life into its seven-year-old model.

It is also the last car to feature Bugatti’s trademark W16 engine. With an impressive 1,577-horsepower engine, the Mistral could potentially become the world’s fastest open-top production car.

1. Pagani Huayra Codalunga — $7 Million

Pagani has decided to create a special version of their Huayra hypercar, called the Codalunga, which pays tribute to the racing cars of the 1960s.

This stunning vehicle has a beautifully flowing body that has been streamlined to help it cut through the air more efficiently than before.


Powered by an AMG-sourced twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter V-12 engine that produces a whopping 840 horsepower, this car is 110 horsepower more than the standard version of the Huayra. All these features make the Codalunga the most expensive hypercar currently available in the market.


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