1. Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita ($ 4.8 million)
The first is a 4.8-liter V8 with two loads and a total output of 1,004 hp and 797 lb-ft, which means it should have little or no problem getting past the main road semifinals. The car's specifications — in terms of performance and price — were almost strange at the time, and only three were made.
Alex Todd Brand Manager at Boxy Mo commented: “The 1931 Bugatti Royal Keller Coupé was sold for $8.7 million in 1987. Which, and many others not on this list, are no longer available on the market. Market.” 1. Koenigsberg CCXR Trevita ($4.8 million)
(2) Lamborghini Veneno ($4.5 million)
The car is absolutely breathtaking from all angles and to date, we are not convinced that it is not an alien spacecraft that is monitoring our planet for possible detection. It doesn't seem real. The only notable aspect is the price: $4.5 million.
3. W Motors Lykan Hypersport ($3.4 million)
You may remember Lykan Hypersport from his lead role in the movie Furious 7, in which the Lebanese supercar crossed not only one, not two, but three skyscrapers in Dubai. In a franchise full of exotic and unique high-end creations, the fact that hyper sport has put so much emphasis is proof of its magnetism.
4. Mansory Living Bugatti Veyron ($3.4 million)
This list would not be complete without a version of the powerful Bugatti Veyron. We put the Mansory Living issue in the spotlight here because it is not only one of the fastest cars in the world, but also one of the most expensive.
5.Ferrari F60 America ($ 2.5 million)
The super sports car is mechanically identical to the F12, but the Berlinetta was not initially a Fiat Panda. Its 6.2-liter V12 delivers 740 hp, enough to bring the car to 60 mph (96.56 km/h) in just 3.1 seconds. The very rare heel flag comes from Ferrari's tailor-made past when the company built several region-specific sports cars in the 1950s and 1960s.
6. Koenigsegg One: 1 ($2.0 million)
With 2 million dollars, you can buy a lot: a very nice house, around 80 Mazda MX-5 or the Swedish “Megacar” illustrated above. A logical thinker might think of a better way to spend your savings, but mega cars don't care about logic. Because I'm mega. And after reading what the car is capable of, $2 million could actually be work for
7.Aston Martin One-77 ($1.4 million)
A V12 with a naturally aspirated engine hides under the ventilated bonnet, which moves 7.3 litres, which is a lot. It produces 750 horsepower and 553 lb (0.25 t)-ft, which is way too much. These figures make the One-77 the fastest Aston Martin ever built, as this spy hunter will exceed 220mph (ca. 354 km/h) in the right conditions. From a stop, 0 to 60 miles per hour (ca. 97 km/h) can be reached in 3.5 seconds.
8.Pagani Huayra ($ 1.4 million)
Huayra is as famous for its strange sounding name as for its melting performance on the face. The Huayra (pronounced why-rah), named after the Inca god of the winds, has a V12 of 6 litres of AMG with two turbochargers with a power of 620 hp and a huge 740 lb (0.34 t)-ft.
9. Ferrari La Ferrari ($1.4 million)
Few cars on the street are more surprising and accelerate even less quickly. With a dry weight of less than 2,800 pounds (1.27 t), this high-performance kite-like car accelerates from 0 to 60 mph (ca. 97 km/h) in less than 3.0 seconds and travels to 124 mph (ca. 200 km/h) in less than 7 seconds. Exhausted, it exceeds 217 miles per hour (ca. 349 km/h).
10.Zenvo ST1 ($ 1.2 million)
The last shot for our list is zenvo ST1 is less than a car and more than a wild animal. The Zenvo, assembled in Zealand, Denmark, creates an absolutely obscene amount of power by combining a 6.8-liter V8 with a compressor and a turbocharger. How obscene is it exactly? How about 1,104 horsepower and 1,054 pound (0.48 t)-feet of torque, all of which are directed to the rear wheels of the car?
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