In the current world, vehicles accomplish something beyond transportation. Vehicles are worked to rouse wonder. Rich people presently request vehicles to be altered as they would prefer alone.
While the essence of vehicles has changed over the previous century, there have been occurrences where an auto has had a ludicrously thorough sticker price and makes you can’t help thinking about what else these vehicles may be utilized for.
If you have at any point pondered or got into a contention of what the most costly vehicles on the planet are, read on to discover reality. We are disclosing the 20 most costly vehicles on the planet. We will start from the most to the most economical.
The Porsche 918 Spyder Price: $929,000
This plug-in hybrid from Porsche proves that you don’t have to give up speed or style for going green(er) – this beauty of a beast goes 0-62 mph in 2.2 seconds!
This is very near to the Tesla Model S, which is all electric – a nice feat for a hybrid! This was the most technologically advanced road car by Porsche at the time it was unveiled in 2013, and still is a good choice, if you can get your hands on a unit from the 918 that were made until May 2015.
The Rimac Concept One Price: $980,000
The outstanding Croatian supercar we see here, is a limited edition, fully electric concept car, with outstanding technical specifics, a total output of 913kW,
and it goes from 0-62 mph in a matter of 2.5 seconds – TWO AND A HALF SECONDS which is the same as the Bugatti Veyron, for a more affordable price.
McLaren Senna Price: $1 Million
This beauty is powered by a 4.0 L M840TR twin-turbocharged V8 engine and its cost comes nowhere close to the emotional value of the car – created to honor the late Ayrton Senna, the F1 driver who earned the McLaren racing team four consecutive Formula One World Championship titles between 1988 and 1993.
His career was abruptly ended in 1994, on the San Marino racetrack, when he suffered a horrible crash – circumstances are disputed to this day.
Aston Martin one-77 Price: $1.1 Million
This car is a V12 engine with a 7.8-liter tank and produces about 750horsepower. If you must know, this is the fastest Aston Martin in the world!
It can easily go from 0- 60mph in just 3.5 seconds!
Hennessey Venom GT Price: $1.2 Million
This high performance car is another rare find, as 7 coupés and 6 spyders were ever made of this model, between 2011 and 2017. It was based on the Lotus Elise/Exige and is the product of Hennessey Performance Engineering, based in Texas, USA.
It set the Guinness World Record in 2013, for the fastest road legal car – going from 0-186 mph in 13.63 seconds (average acceleration time).
Zenvo ST1 Price: $1.2 million
At 3/4 of our list is the ST1 that goes for a whopping $1.2 million.
This car qualifies more like a road beast with its 1,104 horsepower from a V8 super and turbo-charged 6.8-liter tank engine. Say little about the 1,054 lb-ft of torque just at the car’s rear wheels!
Ferrari LaFerrari Price: $1.4 million
It’s not a dragon. It just looks that way.
This car weighs just 2800 pounds and accelerates from zero to 60mph in a little below 3 seconds and can even accelerate to 124mph in less than 7 seconds! With all this performance comes the impeccable style Ferrari delivers.
Pagani Huayra Price: $1.4 million
Although the name might sound odd, the Huayra is a popular car with very high performance.
The engine is a V12 6.0 liter with twin turbochargers that exudes a whopping 620 horsepower and it costs as much as $1.4 million.
Koenigsegg One Price: $2 million
Paying $2 million for just a car is considered ridiculous but yes, you only have to pay $2 million to get this Koenigsegg one.
The Koenigsegg one is the pride of Sweden and despite costing so much, the mega car’s capabilities might make that price tag look cheap.
Koenigsegg Regera Price: $2 Million
This Swedish-made plug-in hybrid combines the feel of electric cars and combustion engine cars – it is most revered for the Direct Drive system’s unique feel, and generally praised as being state-of-the art levels of beautiful.
The customizable driving experience – fine-tuning the power delivery and transmission feel to your needs – signals the arrival of the new generation of cars, before self-driving models take over.