Some people loves cars. Some people have lots of money. Some people love cars and have lots of money and spend lots of money on cars. There are car makers in this world that spend a very long time creating and building astonishingly expensive cars knowing that they’ll probably only sell less than a dozen of them. That really isn’t the point. These car companies are making incredible cars for people with lots of money who love cars more than anything. If you aren’t super rich and still love cars, there are still plenty of nice cars for you to own too. You can learn more about practically any car on the planet over at Cars.com. But, for entertainment purposes, here are just a few of the world’s most expensive cars?
If you have a cool $4.5 million dollars lying around earmarked for nothing of importance, you might consider blowing it on a Lamborghini Veneno Roadster. It takes less than 3 seconds for this super expensive car to accelerate from zero to 62 miles per hour. That kind of whiplash inducing speed isn’t for the faint of heart. Neither is the car’s max speed of more than 220 miles per hour. The car is considered a super sports car and a masterpiece is automobile technology. It’s something so special and so exclusive that Lamborghini only makes about nine of these cars each year.
The Aston Martin Valkyrie looks like an automobile that was built for space. It has a price tag just over $3 million and is dubbed as the fastest car in the world. The car can travel at 250 miles per hour if its driver chose to do such a thing in an environment that presented such an opportunity. Production for the vehicle is scheduled to begin in England in 2018. It remains to be seen just how many high rollers will sign on the dotted line for this super expensive car.
For a cool $2.7 million you could park a Bugatti Chiron in your driveway too. Only 500 of these vehicles have been sold since it was introduced to the market in 2016. This car is so fast that it reportedly broke a world record when it traveled two miles in 41 seconds. There is a sport version too that tacks on another $400,000 to the final price tag. But, when you have millions to spend on a car, that’s pocket change.