Top 3 Most Expensive Cars in the World (Million Dollar Car)

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Top 3 Most Expensive Cars in the World (Million Dollar Car)

1 - Rolls Royce Sweptails
Year - 2017

Engine - 6.75L V12

Horsepower - 453hp

Maximum speed 150mph

Price $13 Million

This rare Jewell in the Rolls-Royce line of distinguished luxury vehicles occupies a very special position in the family of the brand. It is currently the most expensive car ever sold. We might have known that a Rolls would rise above its competition to earn this distinction. The attached price tag is in the neighborhood of $12.8 million.

2 - Koenigsegg Ccxr Trevita
Year - 2006

Engine - 4.7L V8 ( Twin Supercharged Gasoline / ethanol )

Horsepower - 1004hp

Maximum speed - 254mph

Price $4.8 Million

The special edition CCXR got the name ‘trevita’ because of the special, proprietary white carbon fibre weave. In the early days of carbon fiber manufacturing, weaves only came in black. It wasn’t until Koenigsegg was able to develop this new type of weave, producing a silvery-white sheen. ‘Trevita’ is Swedish for ‘three whites’, originally intended for a production of three white CCXR. Due to the complex production and the extensive time required to create the white carbon fiber weave, only two examples were built making the Trevita one of the most exclusive Koenigsegg created.

3 - Lambhorghini Veneno
Year - 2013

Engine - 6.5L L539 V12

Horsepower - 740hp

Maximum speed 221mph

Price $4.5 Million

Lamborghini has launched the Veneno Roadster on the Italian naval aircraft carrier Nave Cavour at a special event in Abu Dhabi. The extreme road car now comes without a roof for the first time, and the model concludes the company’s 50th anniversary celebrations.

Lamborghini has priced the Veneno Roadster at a cool €3.3m plus local taxes: that equates to about £2.8m before tax, roughly £300k more than the coupe. Like the three-off Veneno coupe, production of the Roadster is limited – although to a slightly less exclusive nine units.

It’s powered by the same engine as the Aventador LP700-4, albeit with a dose of extra power and resulting tweaks to the pushrod suspension, permanent all-wheel drive and seven-speed ISR paddleshift gearbox.

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