Imagine you just won the lottery—and the pay day is huge. Like, so huge you don’t know what to do with it all even after throwing a lavish party and buying a house for each of your friends. What comes next? One option is to treat yourself to a luxurious car.
What kind of car? One of these luxury cars that rank among the world’s most expensive, of course:
Selected as one of the Top Sports Cars of All Time, the Bugatti Veyron is also the most expensive, landing at $2,400,000
The famous ride of James Bond has a price tag to match its reputation. The Aston Martin One-77 starts at $1,850,000.
The name “Lamborghini” is nearly synonymous with high-performance luxury cars and this model is no different: The Reventon takes 3.3 seconds to reach 60 mph and has a top speed of 211 mph. Only 20 were ever built—and each is individually numbered—so scoring one might be difficult even with the $1,600,000 sticker price on hand in cash.
Tied with the Lamborghini Reventon at $1,600,000 is the Agera R super car from Swedish company Koenigsegg. The powerful sports car is capable of hitting speeds up to 250 mph.
On paper, $1,380,000 seems like a lot for a sedan, but when you see the Maybach Landaulet—the world’s most expensive sedan—it starts to make sense. In a price bracket dominated by two-seat super cars, it’s nice to see at least one model that’s a bit more practical.
Like many cars in the million plus price range, $1,225,000 alone will not buy you a Zenvo ST1. With only 15 of the model making it through production, this super car is as exclusive as it is expensive. Buying one, however, comes with some insurance: The company has promised flying “car doctors” that can swoop in and fix any problems that arise.
The McLaren F1 is the fastest road car in the world. The 627 horsepower engine powers an all carbon composite body that’s lighter than just about anything else on the road, so the F1 goes from 0 to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds. All that power, for less than a million dollars; the starting price of a McLaren F1 is $970,000.
Ferrari is, arguably, the ultimate sports car company. This model is a big part of that reputation. The Ferrari Enzo is, in many ways, the epitome of a high-price, high-performance, high-class sports car. Just how high is that price? Around $670,000.
Able to reach speeds about 257 miles per hour, the SSC Ultimate Aero is the third fastest street legal car in the world. Not bad for a car that, in comparison to the rest of this list, is a steal at $654,400.
For “only” $650,000 you could use your lottery winnings to enter an eliter club: A driver of one of the world’s most expensive automobiles. If you choose this route, you will be behind the wheel of the British-made Ascari A10, one of only 50 of this model of super cars ever produced.
So, what are you waiting for? Cash that check and hit the road!