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15 Most Expensive Cars In The World(2020 Updated)


2020 Most Expensive Cars In The World


When money is no object, you can buy any car you want, and that includes the top level of supercar. The most expensive cars in the world are more than just vehicles — they deliver joy on four wheels and show it off with exotic body styles. If you’ve really got money to spend, well, you can hire your favorite carmaker to build a one-of-a-kind dream car just for you.

Luxury cars are much more than conveyance. It's swag, style, flamboyance and power—all moulded into one. Here are the world's most expensive cars, as of 2020.

#15. Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Volante


Price: $305k

The Superleggera Volante has a V12 engine—an engine that is considered by many modern auto manufacturers as overkill; that is, until they rev the engine of a Volante, hear the 12 cylinders roar into action, and realise that the intense, exhilarating power of a V12 is unlike anything else in the world.

Combining the speed its gigantic engine delivers with a gorgeous plush interior, the Superleggera Volante is ideal for long trips in comfort and style. 715 tons of horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque make this truly a car that can take your breath away.

Its supercar performance is available for a tenth of the price of some of the other cars on this list, making our pick for the best valued car for your money the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Volante.

#14. McLaren P1


Price: $1.15 Million


Kicking off our list of the 20 most expensive cars in the world is the McLaren P1.

Following the footsteps of the iconic McLaren F1, this limited edition hybrid supercar was released in October 2013 by British manufacturer McLaren Automotive.

Interestingly, 34% of all cars were purchased by owners in the United States, followed closely by 26% in Europe.

All 375 cars sold out within one month of release!

#13. Bugatti Chiron


Price- $3 Million

Bugatti Chiron is the more expensive, more powerful successor of the notorious Bugatti Veyron. Costing a whopping ₦1.09 billion, Bugatti Chiron is made from materials that are a true definition of luxury. It takes leather from 16 different cows to line the Chiron's seats, dashboard and door panels. And the feeling of posh is top-notch with diamond-supported speaker diaphragms.

The Bugatti Chiron is also a serious contender for the most powerful car around, with its power standing at incredible 1500 hp and can accelerate from 0-97km/h in 2.4 seconds. It employs a quad-turbocharged, 8.0-liter W16 engine which requires 800 liters of water and over 60,000 liters of air per minute to cool it off.

#12. Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio


Price: $3 Million


Those in need of a fresh set of luggage may be in the market for the Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio, the ultra-thin, tapered-body sports coupe manufactured in 2013. Named for Sergio Pininfarina, this finely crafted automobile features a black leather and Alcantara-upholstered cabin, a V8 4.5 litre engine, and comes with a custom set of suitcases painted to match the car’s exterior.

The history in this car is astounding: Built with the graceful lines of the Ferrari 458 Spider, enhanced with a bespoke body echoing the strong designs of Pininfarina house from decades past, the Pininfarina Sergio is a car which does its original engineer complete justice.

Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio is the best car for a fast race.

#11. Aston Martin Valkyrie


Price: $3.2 Million

While there has been no price announced for this car as of yet, expert estimates place it at around 3.2 million dollars. Built under Andy Palmer, the new president of Aston Martin committed to solvency and relevance with awesome cars, this model is a renovation of the old Aston Martin-Red Bull AM-RB 001. Legend has it that Palmer agreed to this car over a drink with Red Racing’s Adrian Newey and Christian Horner. Newey, renowned aerodynamicist behind Red Bull’s expensive and award-winning sports cars in the Formula 1 tracks, devised an aerodynamic scheme specifically for this car that pushes air via the chassis, resulting in downforce without using the wings. The 6.5 liter, naturally- aspirated V-12 designed specifically for the Cosworth, has a 1:1 power /weight ratio, and comes with a Rimac-built hybrid battery system coming with the engine which yields about a 1,000 horsepower. As of yet, 150 units of this model has been planned by the company, and the deliveries are expected to start 2019 onward. In addition, 25 track-only editions have been planned whose prices can only be speculated at present.

#10. Lamborghini Sian


Price: $3.6 million

Lamborghini celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2013 and on this occasion unveiled Lamborghini Egoista. With 600 horsepower out of a 5.2-liter V-10, this supercar has a center-mounted cockpit that is removable. The company has only created one ‘Egoista’ which means ‘Selfish’ and is not for sale.

#9. McLaren P1 LM


Price: $3.6 million

The McLaren P1 LM is the street legal version of the McLaren P1 GTR. Only 5 units of this high speed plug-hybrid supercar were ever produced.

Costing ₦3.6 million each, the McLaren P1 LM has a gold-plated 3.8 Liter dual-turbo V8 engine and a Johnson Matthey Battery Systems design Lithium-ion high density battery, which both supply a whopping power of 903 hp, and a beastly torque output of 723 lb-ft.

As you would expect, this Formula 1 style supercar delivers very impressive performance figures when it’s let to fly. It attains a top speed of 217 mph and accelerates from (0-60) mph in just about 2.4 seconds.

#8. Lamborghini Veneno Roadster 


Price: $4.5 Million

The Lamborghini Veneno Roadster is built for millionaires.
You probably don’t know that ‘Veneno’ in Spanish translates into ‘venom’ or ‘poison’ and it’s hard to argue with the submission that the car certainly gives off a delightfully deadly presence.

Triggered from the Aventador, the Lamborghini Veneno was created to celebrate Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary and was unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.

This car is built to reach 96 km/hr and makes our list of one of the most expensive production cars in the world!    

#7. Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita


Price: 4.8 Million

There’s carbon fibre—and then there’s diamond weave carbon fibre. This luxe material coats every inch of the outside of the CCXR Trevita. From the double carbon fibre rear wing to a detachable hard-top, this car is optimised for performance as well as its head-turning highway potential.

With an acceleration of 0-60mph in 2.9 seconds, a top speed of 250 mph, and high-end details such as carbon ceramic brakes, this car goes a class above supercar and is generally termed a hyper-car. Its game-changing horsepower of 1,018 tons and 796 pound-feet of torque makes this car a thrilling, heart-pumping ride!

As only two of these were ever made, we’d like to pick the Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita as the best mid-engine sports car.

#6. Bugatti Divo


Price: $5.8 million

The Bugatti Divo also makes the list of the most expensive cars in 2020. It is a mid-engine sports car developed with a track-focused approach and was manufactured by Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S.

This machine was named after French racing driver Albert Divo, who won the Targa Florio race twice in the 1920s for Bugatti. Quite a feat!

According to Bugatti, the DIVO stands out as the most agile and dynamic car they’ve ever created, which makes it even more unique.

This car is limited to 40 units and was pre-sold before the public debut to Chiron owners through special invitation by the dealers. Did you know that the Bugatti Divo sold out in its first day of availability?This car is limited to 40 units and was pre-sold before the public debut to Chiron owners through special invitation by the dealers. Did you know that the Bugatti Divo sold out in its first day of availability?

#5. Maybach Exelero


Price: $8 million

In a bid to test the performance limit of its world's biggest tyres of 23" - Carat Exelero, the renowned German tyre manufacturer Fulda ordered Mercedes-Benz to build a very big trial car that can fit the giant tyres and rims. This project gave birth to the one-off supercar known as the Maybach Exelero.

Costing a whopping $8million (~₦2.9 billion), close to the GDP of a small island nation, the Maybach Exelero was once the costliest car in the world until the Bugatti Centodieci dethroned it.

Meant to extensive test the new tires performance limit, the Maybach Exelero is tweaked to reach a top speed of 218 mph. It delivers 690 hp and about 752 lb-ft torque with a 5.9 liter dual-turbocharged V12 engine. The Exelero clocks the 0-62 mph in just 4.4 seconds - quite impressive for a curb weight of 5864 lb.

#4. Bugatti Centodieci


Price: $8.9 million

The Bugatti Centodieci is the French automaker’s most powerful supercar yet — coming in a skosh above the Chiron at 1,600 horsepower. But it’s not just the power — or the $8.9 million price tag — that makes the Centodieci stand out.

The angular supercar, still dotted with the signature Bugatti design elements, tips its hat to the mid-engine EB110 supercar that debuted in 1991 when the company was owned by Romano Artioli.

One look at the Bugatti Centodieci, which had its world debut at the Quail Gathering during Monterey Car Week, and it’s clear that the early 1990s supercar was an inspiration.

#3. Rolls-Royce Sweptail


Price: $13 million

The Rolls Royce Sweptail was the most expensive car in 2019 and it has quite a reputation.

This high-end one-off coupe cost its owner a reported $13 million. It was launched under the name Sweptail and it took nearly 5 years for the car manufacturer to deliver this astonishing design to the buyer.

As you might have already guessed, this car is off the market. It was designed specifically on the orders of a yacht specialist who made a direct request to the Rolls Royce Motors for a car that looks like a yacht.

The Rolls Royce is known for its exclusive cars and the Sweptail is no different. The fact that it was manufactured based on a direct request makes it one of the most exclusive cars ever made.

The interior of the Rolls Royce Sweptail is beautifully handcrafted with wood and Dark Spice leather and has cases for keeping laptops behind each door.

This car has the trappings of a royal carriage and only accommodates two people. It comes with a full panoramic sunroof like those of yachts in motion. Beneath its bonnet is a 6.6-litre V12 engine and the Sweptail is capable of producing a speed of 241km per hour.

#2. Bugatti La Voiture Noire


Price: $19 million

La Voiture Noire means "The Black Car". The official most expensive car in the whole world is the latest supercar from Bugatti as a homage to the its Type 57SC Atlantic, an extremely rare all-black luxury coupe that went missing during the World War II and has never been found.

Every single component of the Bugatti La Voiture Noire is hand-crafted and the whole body is made from carbon fibre. It will come with an 8.0 liter 16 cylinder quad-turbo engine that delivers 1500 hp, accompanying a torque of 1180 lb-ft while reaching a top speed of 249 mph. It clears the (0-60) mph in just 2.4 seconds.

The Bugatti La Voiture Noire is one-off so only one person in the world is lucky enough to own it, for a whopping price of $19 million. That money can buy 42 Rolls-Royce Phantoms - one of the most expensive cars in Nigeria, or 152 Mercedes Benz G Wagons, or 633 Toyota Camrys!

#1. 1956 Aston Martin DBR1


Price: $22 million

The 1956 Aston Martin DBR1 is the Aston martin’s equivalent to the Ferrari 250 GTO and Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR. Interestingly, just five of them were built between 1956 and 1958.

The car became the most valuable British-made car ever; when it sold for $22.5 million (£17.5m) at the annual auction at the Monterey Car Week.

This car won the Nurburgring 1000 kilometre race in 1959 and was subsequently sold, converted and made legal for street use in 1962.

We should mention here that this Aston Martin was the first of the DBR1 line, driven by prominent names like Carroll Shelby, Jack Brabham, Roy Salvadori and Sir Stirling Moss. The 1956 Aston Martin DBR1 is quite famous.

If you’re wondering “what is the most expensive car?”, here’s your answer. The most expensive car in the world of all time is the 1963 Ferrari 250 GT0.


So, those are the latest updated list of top 15 most expensive car in the world 2020, we hope you enjoyed it.

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