Little did Carl Benz realise that his once pondered idea in 1886 would lead to the luxurious super cars of today.
Here is a list of the best and most expensive cars this side of 2013
A top speed of 240mph, 0-60 in 3.1 seconds, 550 horse power per ton, beautiful interior and gold-foil plated engine preventing over heating. This luxuriously comfortable super car combines performance with style at a price tag of $970,000, being the cheapest on our list.
Voted the worlds best convertible super car, you’ll certainly be holding onto your hat with 0-60mph in only 2.5 seconds! It’s 2 Garrets Superchargers ramp this convertible rocket up to a massive 1200 horsepower. Which is no wonder why the Veno GT has a world renowned fastest acceleration. Buying one of these beauties is fairly difficult as they only make up to 10 a year, but if you’ve got a spare $1.1 million handy then put your name on the list.
Heres a pic of Aeromsith frontman Steven Tyler with his Veno GT
This Lamborghini has a price tag of a mere $300,000 yet it would appear the rich and famous prefer it to thousands of more expensive and one-off super cars. Lamborghini’s have always been the popular dream car for generations, yet it appears that many are splurging extra hundreds of thousands to fully customise their already glamorous look.
Here we see a Aventador Roadster owned by famous US rapper Tyga, custom wrapped in a rose-gold.
If pulling up in a Aventador Roadster didn’t turn enough heads, why not do what Nicki Minaj has done and spray it bright candy pink, with custom black and pink rims.
The standard Roadster can reach 62 mph in 2.9 seconds and tops out around 217 mph. For the cheaper price of $300,000 Lamborghini have really made the Aventador a real rich boys toy.
This one of a kind Delorean DMC-12 has been customised hugely by West-Coast Customs for the price of $900,000. Under the Brand name IAMAUTO, the owner and founder ‘Will I Am’ has so far only built 2 cars including his newest 1958 Custom Corvette that he designed on Photoshop.
With a 8 litre engine, 4 super chargers and a max speed of 267 mph! this is the fastest ‘road legal’ super car you can buy. All for the price of $2.6 million, however some buyers have found that the stunning standard look of the Veyron wasn’t enough, for example Pop sensation Flo Rida decided to get his Bugatti tailored with gold wrapping and gold rims, all for a huge extra cost.
Flo Rida also customised a Bugatti Veyron in aid of Breast Cancer research.
This modern Lebanese built super car goes for a substantial $3.5 million. Only 7 units will be made, and the customer gets the choice of Rubies or Diamonds to be fitted within the headlights of there own Hypersport. The interior is created from the finest leather, gold, platinum and diamond. This extremely modern super car has a top speed of 245 mph and a horsepower of 740.
For all fans of 4×4′s the Lamborghini Urus is a must. Retailing at $2 million this stunningly engineered 4×4 has a max speed of 186 mph, 600 break-horsepower, and does 0-62 mph in 4.8 seconds, not too shabby for a all terrain vehicle.
F1 legend Juan Manuel Fangio won the World Championship of Drivers five times (which was the record for 46 years until Michael Schumacher broke it). Considered one of the greatest F1 drivers ever. And this was one of the cars that he drove when he raced for Daimler Benz AG in ’55 and ’56. This car fetched $29,601,500 at the Bonhams’s 20th-Anniversary “Festival of Speed,” at Goodwood England in 2013.
Made by the luxury German manufacturer, there is only 1 of these cars in production, making it the most expensive production car ever made at $8 million. The interesting concept with this Mayback is that it was solely designed by college students. With a V-12 twin turbo engine and a max speed of 218 mph, this luxury car is as smooth as it is fast.
This cars claim to fame is that it was used in Jay-Z’s music video ‘Lost One’
Everyone knows the Ferrari GTO 250, and they know it was the ultimate racing car. The most recent owner and rare car collector Paul Pappalardo recently sold this fantastic piece of engineering history for a sum of $52 million to an unknown buyer.
Sergio Pininfarina the designer of the GTO amongst Ferrari’s other amazing designs passed away in 2012, heres a video of Sergio’s Ferrari history.