Money doesn’t buy happiness, but enough can put in your garage a really nice car with a well-built, exclusive, beautiful and fast one. We’re not talking about a rider with fuel-sipping or a well-equipped premium SUV. The World’s Most Expensive Cars 2019 blur the line between a transport mode and a museum-owned masterpiece. All are the most elegant car species produced have limited editions, while others are from luxury car manufacturers’ stables.
Latest Luxurious Cars In The World
- Bugatti’s LA Voiture Noire – $19 Million
At the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland earlier this week, Bugatti introduced La Voiture Noire, which is French for “the black car.” According to Stephan Winkelmann, Bugatti’s president, this black masterpiece is a combination of speed, luxury, technology, and aesthetics. The car has an 8-liter engine, 16 cylinders, and 1500 horsepower brake.
- Rolls Royce Sweptail – $ 13 Million
Another one-off Rolls Royce luxury car, this two-seater big car is a hand-crafted, custom-made built at a yacht’s request. The car is the second most expensive car ever, with a maximum speed of 150 mph.
- Bugatti Centodieci – $8.9 Million
The Centodieci is the most powerful supercar of the French automaker, yet arriving at 1,600 horsepower in a skosh above the Chiron. But it is not just the strength or the price tag of $8.9 million that distinguishes the Centodieci. Still filled with the classic Bugatti design elements, the angular supercar tips its hat to the mid-engine EB110 supercar that launched in 1991 when Romano Artioli owned the company.
- Mercedes-Benz Maybach Exelro – $8 Million
Maybach Exelero, built by German Luxury Carmaker Mercedes, is second in the list of the world’s most expensive cars. It costs $8 million and can achieve a top speed of 351kmph. In fact, Dr. Andre Action Diakite Jackson owns the car, this car has just one design.
- Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita – $ 4.8 Million
Only two were generated from this unique model. The car manufacturers accept the difficulties of making the design, saying that “the white carbon fiber used for the Trevita made the car extremely difficult and time-consuming to produce.” The car features a special rear-wing double carbon, Inconel exhaust system, ABS carbon-ceramic brakes, airbags, paddle-shift, Chrono instrument cluster, tire monitoring system, infotainment system, and hydraulic lifting system.
- Lamborghini Veneno Roadster – $4.5 Million
Thought for a flying car, well, there’s the roadster Lamborghini Veneno speeding across the road. The car has a stylish, unique design made of carbon fiber that helps it to hold a spot as one of the best speedsters. The car has an automated manual transmission driving a rum at 8,400 rpm with a seven-speed single-clutch ISR, with 740 horsepower and 507 pound-feet torque. In an incredible 2.9 seconds, the car accelerates to 60 mph.
- Lamborghini Sian – $ 3.6 Million
The Sian’s heart is the same 6.5-liter V12 engine that was used with an additional twist power in the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ. A 48-volt mild-hybrid unit is used by the new Lamborghini to incorporate 34 electric horsepower into the mix, bringing the total to 819 horsepower. Such figures also make the new Sian the most powerful Lamborghini production ever, topping the SVJ’s 770 horsepower.
- W Motors Lykan Hypersport – $ 3.4 Million
A fantastic car from Lebanon is known as the Arab Wonder and is wonder everywhere in the world. The 3.8-liter twin-turbo mid-rear flat-six boxer generates 780 horsepower through the rear wheels and a torque of 708 pound-feet. It was used in Fast and Furious with its high speed, as it peaks in 2.8 seconds at 60 mph.
- Bugatti Veyron By Mansory Vivere – $3.4 Million
Launched in 2005, this swift vehicle was called the decade’s car (2000-2009). The car has a W16 engine of 8.0 liters, 1,200 horsepower and a torque of 1106 pound-feet.
- Aston Martin Valkyrie – $3.2 Million
The Aston Martins is one of the most beautiful cars, with a one-car formula structure and style. The car is fitted with a 6.5-liter V12 engine, a power/ weight ratio of 1:1 and a hybrid battery designed by Rimac.