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Friday, March 27, 2009 

Most expensive cars in the world

Every year a new dilemmas appears to find out the most expensive car in the world. Even in times of crisis, people love to buy expensive cars not just for driving , but also to show a good status of life. Which makes this business a success. The question of which car is the most expensive in the world could be a bit difficult to answer. You know it !!! In terms of production cars I can pretty easily come up with a factual list. Before we get started, a few notes to remember. There are single or custom cars that may exceed these prices. What you’ll see below are just the most expensive new models you can buy today in quantities of 20 or more. They are luxurious and extremely fast. It’s a very special car for customers who want to take the bespoke experience to a higher level. Surprisingly enough, you won't find Lamborghini, Bentley, Ferrari or Rolls Royce on this list. If your passion for performance and luxury autos cannot be stopped, then it’s time to find out the10 most expensive production cars available on the road today.........

1. Aston Martin One-77. It’s a $2.3 million hand-made coupe from Aston Martin. With a projected weight of 1,500kg the One-77 will occupy soon the very highest echelons of road car performance. Top speed is estimated at 220 mph and 60 mph arrives in 3.5 seconds. Thanks to the purity of a front-engined, rear-drive layout, the responsiveness and immense tractability of a naturally aspirated V12 and the low mass, high-rigidity properties of a carbon fibre chassis, this fabulous car promises a driving experience of unrivalled intensity and excitement while representing the world’s most desirable automotive art form. Aston Martin is building only 77 examples of this car. I want one !!!!

2. Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron is the fastest accelerating car reaching 0-60 in 2.5 seconds and claims to be the fastest car with a top speed of 253 mph+. The exotic two-passenger Bugatti Veyron is powered by a four-turbocharged, 8-liter, 16-cylinder engine that creates 1001 horsepower. A complicated 7-speed transmission and AWD system allows the Veyron to control the 1001hp. Its interior is almost completely leather upholstery, save the center console, and its body is fashioned with carbon fiber to offset the weight of the powertrain. Some unique features are a large rear spoiler that tips forward at elevated speeds to act as an air brake and a large interior cabin designed to accommodate six-foot seven-inch drivers. This remarkable car benefits from aeronautical and aerospace technologies, making it the fastest production car ever made. It can cost up to $1.2 million dollars right off the showroom floor if you opt for some designer special editions.

3. The Pagani Zonda is a mid-engined sports car produced by Pagani in Italy. Hard top version priced at $667,000.

4. SSC Ultimate Aero is aiming to be the fastest car in the world for half the price of the Veyron priced at $654,000.

5. LeBlanc Mirabeau is a street legal race car priced at $645,000. Mirabeau is the car from Wysstec GmbH and Leblanc cars. A real piece of art with the spirit of race and prepared to FIA/Le Mans standards. With this kind of potential, the Leblanc Mirabeau really belongs on the racing track. The fact that it is street legal, is almost unbelievable. Swiss supercar builders, Leblanc, designed the Mirabeau to comply with all the FIA / Le Mans Homologation standards to drive the racing version of the LeBlanc Mirabeau at Le Mans. Another remarkable car. This piece of art also can be driven on public roads, is sensational.

6. Saleen S7 Twin Turbo which is a real American 250 mph super exotic priced at $555,000.

7. Koenigsegg CCX Swedish with a top speed of over 250 mph priced at $546,000.

8. Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren priced at $457,000.

9. Porsche Carrera GT priced at $440,000.

10. Maybach 62 priced at $385,000.

Only the richest of the rich can afford them, we can still dreaming..............


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Thanks for the info!

With a 16.4 liter engine and 1001 hoursepower this car can take you to a maximum speed of 400 kilometers per hour. This is very impressive, just like the price tag of $1,2 million which makes the second car most expensive.

Thought Maybach Coupe Exelero was the most expensive car with a price tag of $8 mil... :P. V12 engine, 700 bhp and a top speed of 350 kph make is pretty impressive

That is a DBS, not a 0ne-77.

And where is the Reventon? Where is the Enzo? both of which cost more than a few cars on this list...

were is the Manstang GT 500 ?

i heard someone say a mercedes benz clk gtr amg 98' costs 2,000,000 !!!
Is that TRUE ?


I didn't know that. thanks for sharing it here.


yo cars are very good

Folks, Im really getting sick of everyone saying the bugatti is the most expensive car in the wrold, they have a lamborghini that is 2.5m look it up on youtube…

wat about the excelero.............. 8 million$...........

Very expensive, indeed. I wouldn't pay this kind of money on a car, but still..they are very beautiful.

i really love these cars....so much!!!
thanks for the info.....

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