The five most expensive cars in the world are so much more then a car just for transportation. It's more than what you call a car. And sometimes, you may wonder why people spend so much money just to buy a car. Criticism aside, there are truly mind-boggling machines. And I would like to list them here.
1. Zenvo ST1($ 1.2m).
On our first list, we have Zenvo ST1 , which is less of a car and more of unchained animal in the ST1 Assembled in Zealand. The Zenvo creates an absolutely obscene amount of power by combining a 6.8 litre vs turbocharger.
2. Ferrari laferrari ($1.4m)
This car is well known for its fast moving quality. With a dry weight of less than 2,800 pounds.
3. Pagani Huayra ($1.4m) The Huayra is equally as famous for its odd-sounding name as it is for face-melting performance.
4. Aston Martin one-77 ($ 1.4m)
5. Koenigsegg one :1 ($2.0m) this one is the most expensive.
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