Top 10 Car In The World There’s probably not a single person who does not need to drive expensive cars; because everyone wants to.
Then here is a list of top 3 completely expensive cars in the world, if you always had the originality of owning the best cars in the world. Get any one of them and the world would envy you.
3. Ferrari Enzo On the third position we have a Ferrari .
It’s named after Ferrari’s owner. This is a car that doesn’t lack a little bit in terms of styling and at the same time has magnificent performance under the hood. The first cost of Ferrari Enzo was $670,000 and only 399 units were produced for the first time. But as a few cars got crashed and since the demand for the car rose, the manufacturers kept increasing the car’s purchase price. Presently it is estimated to be costing over $1,000,000. It has a V12 engine with 5988 cc capacity which could reach a top speed of 217 mph.
2. Lamborghini Reventon
This is a car that has taken the top place in the cars list. This car was first showcased in Frankfurt Auto Show in the year 2007. The press release says that Reventon has been designed around the layouts of the “fastest airplanes”. Other than the exterior styling, the mechanical components used such as for the design of the vehicle, seems to be very similar to the Murcielago. Reventonpossesses the engine that Lamborghini has ever designed. Only 20 versions of the car were made and better yet, they were sold before they ever even made. Reventon has a V12 engine and can hit 60 mph in just 3.3 seconds reaching a top speed of 211 mph.
1. Bugatti Veyron
Is developed by Bugatti Automobiles SAS and Volkswagen in collaboration. This happens to be the most expensive car. The car is named after Pierre Veyron who happens to be. Veyron comprises of 8-liter W16 engine with 16 cylinders in two rows of 8 cylinders. Fuel is fed by four turbochargers to this engine that is. This car is able to produce huge torque, to the assortment of 1,250 N-m, and this also gives the car the label of “fastest accelerating car in the world”. The car can crack 253.8 mph and prices a whopping $1,700,000.
1931 Bugatti Royale Kellner Coupe
The Bugatti Royal had a 12.7-litre engine(more than 770 cu in) it had a 1931 price of $45,000 that now would be around$700,000. Only six were constructed, and only four sold. The two that he kept were hidden behind walls in his French estate during world War II to prevent the Germans. Before this one came up for sale in 23, these two were bought alongside a refrigerator in 1951, and then sold. It sold for a record #5.5m, which still stands, although now that would be worth nearer nine million pounds.
1929 Mercedes-Benz 38/250 SSK
The factory made between 31 and 35 ssk’s, however, there are cars, up to 98, which can claim some authenticity by being produced from parts of originals. There are possibly five “honest” SSK’s, and only one or two perfect ones, accounting for a huge range in price. One, a 1928 model, with an unclear provenance offered for $662,500, and this 1929 model sold for #4.18 million.
1931 Bugatti Berline de Voyager
Lovely car, and undoubtedly one of the most desirable cars on the planet. It had been purchased by Bill Harrah, and upon his death in 1984 his vehicle collection was split between three auctions. This one was open to anyone, but there were. It finally sold for $6.5 million in 1984.
1962 Ferrari 330 TRI/LM
This is a particularly significant Testa Rossa because it won Le Mans. It created nearly 400bhp and was the Testa Rossa ever. After Le Mans the 330 was retired, and replaced by the 250p. The car raced under the team at Le Mans. It suffered enormous accident damage, but the driver was unharmed. The car was re-bodied as a coupe, and a replica of the 1962 shell was created for Pierre Bardinon. It was restored to original condition with the right engine and chassis and sold in 2002 for $6.5m. It was subsequently offered for sale again in the Ferrari auction of the 2005 Sotherby.
1958 Ferrari 412 s
That is essentially a European sports car, with a big American motor in, to compete in the USA. There was just a 412 and its very first outing ended in retirement due to a mechanical fault. Its racing career was largely unsuccessful, however, its place in history is very significant, being driven by Phil Hill, and is one of the first Ferrari’s with disc brakes. It was just sold at RM Auctions for $5.61 million.
1966 Ferrari 330 P3
With the making of the new one-off P4/5 it seems appropriate to talk about this style, and racing icon. The P3 was a revision of the P2 built on the same chassis. It was initially Ferrari used fiberglass and there were only made. It was sold at Christie’s in 2000 at pebble beach it fetched $5.616 million
1930 Bentley speed six
This was the pinnacle of pre-war British motoring. Achieving place at lemans, it beat against the Mercedes SSK. When it was sold at Christie’s it was, and set a record price for a British car.
1935 Duesenberg SJ Speedster
This 400bhp beast was designed for one thing and one thing only. Speed. Over to break the land speed record. It did so achieving 3,253 miles in 24 hours in 135.47 miles per hour. In the pebble beach sale in 2004 this truly classy car achieved $4.5 million
1964 Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe Ferrari
had won the endurance world championship year after year, and so in 1964 Shelby decided he needed something new to “whip Ferrari’s butt”. This was what he came up with, and it did it with superb style. This fact is what gave it its cost in 2000.
There were only ever 12 of these retro beauties built, and this specific one was the star of GM’s 1953 Parade of progress. They speaking busses, and with a very high driving position, you require a stairway for up to the cab. Of the 12, the whereabouts of 8 are understood. Now a mobile home, another is a publicity vehicle, another was used to market mobile/cell mobiles, and was sold in 2006 for $4.0 million, two are being used for components, and three are under restoration.