With price points nearing the cost of a mansion, these supercars go beyond your average sports car and feature the industry’s top luxuries, from groundbreaking design to exceptional performance and utmost comfort. Here are the top 10 most expensive cars in the world.
10. Bugatti Chiron Super Sport: $3.3 Million
For a few million dollars, you can be the owner of the road-legal version of the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+, which became the world’s fastest supercar after hitting over 300 mph for the first time in 2019. The rare car’s powerful performance comes from its V-12 engine that produces a massive 1,596 horsepower. However, the top speed for the road-going Chiron Super Sport is limited to 273 mph.
9. Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut: $3.4 Million
Koenigsegg’s Jesko Absolute, also known as its “land-based rocketship,” sells for $3.4 million as one of the fastest and most aerodynamic cars on the market. The supercar is a variant of the track-based Jesko yet its redesigned carbon-fiber body with two fighter jet-style wings makes it even more aerodynamic. While the car’s top speed is undetermined, there’s no question that it has amazing performance due to its twin-turbo 5.0-liter V-8 that can produce up to 1,600 horsepower when running on E85.
8. Pagani Huayra Roadster BC: $3.5 Million
At a whopping $3.5 million, the Pagani Huayra Roadster BC is a truly remarkable vehicle made to go fast with an AMG-sourced V-12 engine that produces 791 horsepower and 745 foot-pounds of torque. The Huayra Roadster BC is a reimagined track-version of the original Huayra Roadster high-performance car, featuring an even more dynamic body that allows the car to produce over 1,100 pounds of downforce and a carbon-titanium monocoque for an extra-light effect when racing.
7. Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport: $3.6 Million
As one of the most refined versions of the Chiron, the Bugatti Pur Sport offers an intentional and thoughtfully-designed high-speed driving experience. For $3.6 million, drivers enjoy a more responsive model with the same amount of power thanks to a lighter and narrower design that is more agile and a V-12 engine that allows a top speed of 217 mph.
6. Koenigsegg CC850: $3.7 Million
The $3.7 million CC850 by Koenigsegg brings back manufacturer history without sacrificing today’s high-performance qualities. The recent model is based on Koenigsegg’s very first vehicle, the CC8S, with a similar design and shape, however, boasts even more power with a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine that produces 1,385 horsepower when running on E85. This gives the car the stand-out capabilities of being able to go from zero to 60 mph in just 2.5 seconds and reach a top speed of 280 mph.
5. McLaren Solus GT: $4 Million
Moving up the price-point ladder to $4 million, the McLaren Solus GT looks and performs as if it came out of a video game, because it did. The track-only hypercar was originally seen in the game, Gran Turismo Sport, for the Playstation 4 in 2017 and now McLaren has plans to bring the virtual car to life with a limited number of 25 vehicles to be built. The real-life version will boast a similar exuberant exterior and be powered by a unique naturally- aspirated 5.2-liter V-10 engine that will produce 829 horsepower and 479 foot-pounds of twist while revving at up to 10,000 rpm, according to the manufacturer.
4. Aspark Owl: $4.2 Million
The Aspark Owl is Japan’s first hypercar in the making, which is going for $4.2 million. The unique design of the car features a low-to-the-ground and exaggerated look that differs from most high-performance vehicles, plus it’s fully electric. The battery-powered speed machine is promising to be extremely powerful due to Four ultra-powerful electric motors that can generate a surreal 1,980 horsepower and enable a top speed of about 257 mph. The manufacturer also highlights the fact that the Owl can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in under two seconds.
3. Bugatti Bolide: $4.3 Million
The Bolide recently made its public debut and is complete with all of the necessary features that make it one of Bugatti’s best high-performance cars. For $4.3 million, this hypercar is designed for testing limits and personal records on the track. Despite the loud roar of its powerful W16 engine pumping out 1,578 horsepower, the car is extremely light at just 3,197 pounds for a weight-to-power ratio of close to 2 lb/hp. The car also boasts a sleek, angular design perfect for the track, since it’s not street-legal.
2. Bugatti Mistral: $5 Million
The Mistral is easily a top tier vehicle for Bugatti and even the world of hypercars, hence its price tag of $5 million. The roadgoing hypercar is making history as the final Bugatti that will be powered by the brand’s trademark W16 engine. However, the highly-anticipated, one-of-a-kind Mistral points to the future by bringing the highest standards in luxury and performance into the industry and offering one of the most thrilling roofless driving experiences as the first open-top Bugatti since 2012.
1. Pagani Huayra Codalunga: $7 Million
The Pagani Huayra Codalunga represents the pinnacle of luxury and performance within the hypercar industry at the price of $7 million. The car is not only beautiful thanks to its reinterpreted body that pays tribute to race cars of the 1960’s, it boasts a streamlined design that allows it to fly with the wind at ease, along with an AMG-sourced twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter V-12 engine that produces 840 horsepower, which exceeds that of the standard model by far.