The Worlds Most Expensive Cars And Their Prices

Here are the top 10 most expensive cars in the world and their current market prices. No 1 is a Top-notch and will get u ecstatic.

 

10. Aston Martin Vanquish = $255,000

The Aston Martin V12 Vanquish is a super car manufactured by Aston Martin
since 2001. It rose to fame after being featured as the official James
Bond car in Die Another Day, the twentieth James Bond film. In the film,
the Vanquish has the usual Bond film embellishments, including active
camouflage which rendered the vehicle virtually invisible. The Vanquish
is powered by a 5.9 L (5935 cc) 48-valve 60° V12 engine, which produces
343 kW (460 hp) and 542 N·m (400 ft·lbf) of torque. It is controlled by a
fly-by-wire throttle and a 6 speed ‘paddle shift’ or semi-automatic
transmission. A special V12 Vanquish S debuted at the 2004 Paris Auto
Show with the power upped to 388 kW (520 hp) and 577 N·m (426 ft·lbf).

9. Lamborghini Murcielago = $279,900

The Lamborghini Murciélago is a GT and supercar automobile made by
Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. and designed by Luc Donckerwolke. It was
introduced in 2002 as the successor to the Diablo. The body style is a
two door, two seat coupé. The LP640 version was introduced at the Geneva
Motor Show in March of 2006. It features a 6.5 L engine, now producing
640 bhp, improving performance substantially. There were also a few
minor external changes, primarily to the low air intakes.

8. Rolls-Royce Phantom = $320,000

 

The Rolls-Royce Phantom is a luxury saloon automobile made by
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, a BMW subsidiary. It was launched in 2003 and is
the first Rolls-Royce model made under the ownership of BMW. It has a
6.8 L, 48-valve, V12 engine that produces 453 hp (338 kW) and 531 ft·lbf
(720 N·m) of torque. The engine is derived from BMW’s existing V12 power plant. It is 1.63 m (63 in) tall, 1.99 m (74.8 in) wide, 5.83 m
(228 in) long, and weighs 2485 kg (5478 lb). The body of the car is
built on an aluminum space frame and the Phantom can accelerate to 60
mph (100 km/h) in 5.7 s

7. Maybach 62 = $385,250

 

The Maybach 57 and 62 were the first automobile models of the Maybach
brand since the brand’s revival by DaimlerChrysler. They are derived
from the Mercedes-Benz Maybach concept car presented at the 1997 Tokyo
Motorshow (which was based on the Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedan).
DaimlerChrysler attempted to buy the Rolls-Royce/Bentley marque when
Vickers offered the company up for sale. When this attempt failed (they
were outbid by BMW and Volkswagen respectively) they introduced the
Maybach as a direct challenger in 2002. Both models are variants of the
same ultra-luxurious automobile. The model numbers reflect the
respective lengths of the automobiles in decimetres; the 57 is more
likely to be owner-driven while the longer 62 is designed with a
chauffeur in mind. The engine is a Mercedes-sourced 5.5-liter twin-turbo
V12, generating 550 hp.

6. Mercedes SLR McLaren = $455,500

The Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren is a sports car and supercar automobile
co-developed by DaimlerChrysler and McLaren Cars. It is assembled at the
McLaren Technology Centre in Woking, England. Most people presume “SLR”
to stand for “Sportlich, Leicht, Rennsport” (German for “Sport; Light;
Racing”). The car’s base price is £300,000 or $455,500. The SLR has a
supercharged 5.5 (5439cc) litre dry sumped 90 degree V8. It produces
466.8 kW at 6500rpm (626 hp) and 780 N·m (575 ft·lbf) torque at 3250 –
5000 rpm.

5. Porsche Carrera GT = $484,000

The Porsche Carrera GT is a supercar, manufactured by Porsche of
Germany. The Carrera GT is powered by an all-new 5.7 litre V10 engine
producing 612 SAE horsepower (450 kW). Porsche claims it will accelerate
from 0 to 100 km/h (62.5 mph) in 3.9 seconds and has a maximum speed of
330 km/h (206 mph), although road tests indicated that in actuality the
car could accelerate from 0-60 in under 3.5 seconds and to 0-100 in 6.8
seconds and has a top speed of 335-340km/h (209-212.5mph).

4. Koenigsegg CCX = $600,910

The Koenigsegg CCX is the latest supercar from Koenigsegg. CCX is an
abbreviation for Competition Coupe X. The X commemorates the 10th
anniversary of the completion and test drive of the first CC vehicle in
1996. The CCX is intended to be more suitable for the U.S. market and
thus engineered to comply with US regulations. The CCX is powered by a
Koenigsegg designed and assembled, all aluminium, 4700 cm³ DOHC 32-valve
V8 based on the Ford Modular engine architecture enhanced with twin
Rotrex centrifugal superchargers with response system, 1.2 bar boost
pressure and an 8.2:1 compression ratio. The engine produces 806 hp (601
kW) and 678 lbf.ft (920 Nm) on 91 octane (U.S. rating) gasoline, 850 hp
(634 kW) on 96 octane (Euro rating) gasoline and 900 hp (671 kW) on
biofuel.

3. Pagani Zonda C12 F = $741,000

The Zonda C12 F debuted at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show. It is the most
extensive reengineering of the Pagani car yet, though it shares much
with its predecessors including the 7.3 L V12. Power is increased to 602
PS (443 kW/594 hp) with a special clubsport model producing 650 PS (478
kW/641 hp). The company promises a 3.2 second sprint to 60 mph (97
km/h, a top speed over 374 km/h (225 mph) and it will be the queen in
braking from 300 km/h to 0 (186 mph to 0). The Zonda F clubsport has a
power to weight ratio of 521 bhp/ton (384 W/kg) . Compare, for example,
the Enzo Ferrari which has a power to weight ratio of 483 bhp/ton (356
W/kg)

2. Ferrari Enzo = $1,000,000

The Enzo Ferrari, sometimes referred to as the the Ferrari Enzo and also
F60 is a 12-cylinder Ferrari supercar named after the company’s
founder, Enzo Ferrari. It was built in 2003 using Formula One
technology, such as a carbon-fiber body, F1-style sequential shift
transmission, and carbon-ceramic brake discs. Also used are technologies
not allowed in F1 such as active aerodynamics. After a maximum down force of 1709 pounds (775 kg) is reached at 186 mph (301 km/h) the
rear spoiler is actuated by computer to maintain that down force.

1. Bugatti Veyron = $1,700,000

The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is the most powerful, most expensive, and
fastest street-legal production car in the world, with a proven top
speed of over 400 km/h (407 km/h or 253 mph). It reached full production
in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti
Automobiles SAS and is sold under the legendary Bugatti marque. It is
named after racing driver Pierre Veyron, who won the 24 hours of Le Mans
in 1939 while racing for the original Bugatti firm. The Veyron features
a W16 engine—16 cylinders in 4 banks of 4 cylinders.

 

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