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Top 10 most expensive cars ever sold,

Number 10. Pagani Huayra Cotalunga

Pagani Huayra Cotalunga

Let's start the top of this car that was born in a joint project between Pagani customers and the Pagani Grandi Completiona department. The company's special projects division. The aim of this collaboration was to create a Pagani Huayra with a long tail inspired by the 1960s Italian bodywork. The result was this superb two-seater with doors that open in the shape of a gull. It has a 12-cylinder, 6-liter, twin-turbocharged ceramic-coated engine. The car outputs 840 horsepower and 811 pound-feet of torque and its top speed is 230 mph. Despite its large size, it weighs only 2821 pounds, which is significantly less than the original Pagani Huayra, so apparently it will take less than 3 seconds to go from 0-62 miles. Part of this weight reduction is thanks to be using titanium in the exhaust system. If only 5 units have been manufactured, all of them sold for $7.4 million even before their presentation.

Number 9. Maybach Exelero

Maybach Exelero

This vehicle is a classic among the most high-priced cars. It's been in the top 10 most expensive cars in the world for over a decade and doesn't seem to want to leave its spot. The Maybach Exelero was launched in 2005 at the Tempo Drome in Berlin. The designers were inspired by 1930s cars, especially the Maybach SW38, hence its vintage look. It has a 12-cylinder, 5.9-liter, twin-turbo engine that grants 690 horsepower, 752 pound-feet of torque, and can accelerate from 0-62 miles in just 4.4 seconds. Its max speed is 218 mph. Mercedes only made one copy and it's priced at $8 million. An amount paid by the rapper Birdman to purchase it in 2011 and join his collection of millionaire cars in which there is also a Maybach 62 Londale and a red Bugatti Veyron.

Number 8. Lamborghini Uenend Roadster

Lamborghini Uenend Roadster

Sometimes there are cars that go up in price at auctions long after they've left the factory. This is the case of the Lamborghini Uenend Roadster, of which only 9 units were made, and the 7th went to Teodoro Nuevo Obiang-Mange, son of the director of Equatorial Guinea. Shortly after, the Swiss Justice ordered to confiscate his impressive car collection, including a Koenigsegg one, a Bugatti Veyron, a Ferrari LaFerrari, and an Aston Martin 177, in addition to the Lamborghini Uenend Roadster, which was sold for no less than $8.4 million, an impressive price, even if it's secondhand. Among the most outstanding specifications of liter engine. That provides 508 pound-feet of torque and 750 horsepower. Plus, it can go from 0 to 62 miles in just 2.8 seconds and hit 220 miles per hour. Amazing.

Number 7. Aston Martin Ualkyrie AMR Pro

Aston Martin Ualkyrie AMR Pro

Racing cars can also be tremendously expensive. The two-seater Aston Martin Ualkyrie AMR Pro is the racing version of the Aston Martin Ualkyrie. In addition to this British company, Red Bull Advanced Technologies and Adrian Newey, one of the world's most successful racing car designers, have also participated in its construction. It boasts an impressive carbon fiber body with an airflow system that increases its aerodynamic potential, flexi-glass windows, and a removable steering wheel as in racing cars. It has a 12-cylinder, 6.5-liter engine that produces 1,050 horsepower and a speed of 250 miles per hour. Plus, the Aston Martin Ualkyrie AMR Pro has carbon ceramic brakes and Michelin racing slick tires and, believe it or not, a professional driver's suit is included with your purchase. This is an exclusive model, only 40 units exist and all of them have been sold. Do you know how much it costs? Brace yourself, $9.1 million dollars!

Number 6. Rolls-Royce Sweptail

Rolls-Royce Sweptail

This is Rolls-Royce's super luxury car, described as the automotive equivalent of Haute Couture. It was designed in 2013 and is inspired by 1920s cars and sports yachts. Seen from behind, it looks like a boat. It took four years to build and was showcased in 2017 at the Concorso de Alleganza Villa de Est in Italy. It has a striking panoramic glass roof that covers its interior, where elements such as leather, titanium, ebony, and hand-crafted finishes are combined. The center console has a mechanism that automatically opens the refrigerator with a button and displays a bottle of champagne with two crystal glasses. It has a 12-cylinder, 6.7-liter engine that outputs 446 horsepower and 531 pound-feet of torque. It also hits a top speed of 155 miles per hour. There's only one copy on the market. It belongs to Sam Lee, son of multi-millionaire Samuel Packley, and it costs $13 million.

5 The Bugatti CentoDieci

The Bugatti CentoDieci

Bugatti CentoDieci is a two-seater built to celebrate the 110th anniversary of and it's inspired by the Bugatti EB110. According to the designers, the challenge was not to get carried away by the nostalgia of the old car and create a vehicle with its own personality. The exterior of the vehicle is characterized by its white color, side-air inlets, thin lines of LED lights, and red brake calipers that stand out among so much white. It has a max speed of 236 miles per hour, 1,578 horsepower, seven clutch speeds, 1,180 pound-feet of torque, and 0–62-mile acceleration in just 2.4 seconds. All of these important performance characteristics are produced by a 16-cylinder, 8-liter, 4-turbocharged engine. Paul Bugatti's CentoDieci have been hand-built in France and there are only 10 units, one of which belongs to Cristiano Ronaldo. Can you guess its price tag? a whopping $14 million!

Number 4. SP Automotive Chaos

SP Automotive Chaos

This car stands out for the aggressive design of its carbon fiber and Kevlar monocoque, which has numerous inlets and channels to allow airflow. 3D printed parts have been used to manufacture it, such as the wheels or the carbon ceramic brakes. Despite being quite a big car, it's been considerably lightened thanks to aerospace technology materials such as titanium or magnesium. At the end of 2022, the manufacturing company opened a web to place an order. The buyer will have to choose between two options, the earth version and the zero-gravity version, which is the only one that interests me because it's the most powerful. Its 10-cylinder, 4-liter, twin-turbo engine outputs 1,396 pound-feet of torque, 3,064 horsepower, pin 0–62-mile acceleration in 1.55 seconds. The manufacturers claim it reaches an incredible speed of over 310 miles per hour. All this obviously remains to be proven in test drives. What is certain is the price. The most expensive version is no less than the most expensive version is no less than $14.400,000 $

Number 3. Pagani 20NDA HP Barchetta

Pagani 20NDA HP Barchetta

The Pagani 20NDA HP Barchetta was showcased on the 60th birthday of the company's founder, Horatio Pagani, who wanted to give a copy to himself and built two others for customers. Previously, the model was called Fangio F1 in honor of Formula 1 champion Juan Manuel Fangio. This is a two-seater, convertible sports car with a 12-cylinder, 7.3-liter engine that produces 778 horsepower, 627 pound-feet of torque, acceleration from 0-62 miles in just 3. one seconds, and a top speed of 221 miles per hour. Of the three cars made, one crashed. The tragic event took place in Zagreb, Croatia. One wheel ended up ripped off, the rear end smashed, the bodywork scattered on the road, and the rear axle broken. It was definitely a million-dollar loss accident, as the cost of the remaining Pagani 20NDA HP Barchetta is It was definitely a million-dollar loss accident, as the cost of the remaining Pagani 20NDA HP Barchetta is $17.6 million.

Number 2. Bugatti La Uoiture Noire

Bugatti La Uoiture Noire

La Uoiture Noire means black car in French. It's a very elegant vehicle that was presented at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show. It has 2 seats, its bodywork is handmade with carbon fiber, its light pattern is similar to that of an insect. This vehicle is based on 1 of the world's fastest cars, the Bugatti Uoiture, although it's 7.7 inches longer than its predecessor. The Uoiture Noire has a 16-cylinder, 8-liter, 4-turbocharged engine that brands 261 miles per hour. An acceleration from 0 to 62 miles in just 2.4 sec and 1,500 hp. Only one copy has been built, and it costs, listen carefully, only one copy has been built, and it costs, listen carefully, $18.7 million and is owned by Cristiano Ronaldo, who may not have a world cup, but he has a Bugatti La Uoiture Noire. This luxury tour doesn't end here, it's time to meet the most expensive car in the world.

Number 1. Rolls-Royce Boat Tail

Rolls-Royce Boat Tail

The world's most expensive car is a four-seater vehicle with a fully removable roof. At the push of a button, the rear of the car opens completely. As the name suggests, it's inspired by the aesthetics of 1920s and 1930s yachts. The interior features cocktail tables and matching seating with Armand, the brick-neck champagne bottles, full Kristoff China, and two refrigerators. It boasts a 12-cylinder, 6.7-litre engine that can deliver 563 horsepower, reaching 211 miles per hour. It's equipped with a Bose sound system, and along with the purchase comes a Beauvais inside the glove compartment. Only three units have been manufactured, and each is priced at $28 million.

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