7 Most Expensive Supercars in the World



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The Aston Martin Vulcan is $2.3 million of British track car greatness.

The Aston Martin Vulcan is $2.3 million of British track car greatness.
Aston Martin
If you're going to go for an 800 horsepower V12-powered British track car, the $2.3 million Aston Martin Vulcan will probably be your top choice. That is, if you can find one. Which you probably can't.
Only 24 Vulcans have been made, and they have all been claimed for. Unfortunately, you'll have to find another car to give you a super lightweight, high powered driving experience. 

With the $2.5 million F60, you could've helped Ferrari celebrate their birthday.

With the $2.5 million F60, you could've helped Ferrari celebrate their birthday.
Ferrari
The Ferrari F60 was the car that Ferrari built to celebrate their 60th birthday. Only problem was, they only made 10 of them and they were all sold before Ferrari told anyone that they were making it!
Still, it's a cool car nonetheless.
It's basically their 730 horsepower F12 coupe, without a roof, and with a slightly changed up front-end.  

The F69's two-tone interior throws it back to classic Ferrari race cars.

The F69's two-tone interior throws it back to classic Ferrari race cars.
Ferrari

The Pagani Huayra BC is a $2.6 million car you might actually be able to buy. Well, if you want the roadster version.

The Pagani Huayra BC is a $2.6 million car you might actually be able to buy. Well, if you want the roadster version.
Pagani
Out of all the cars on this list, the Pagani Huayra BC is one of the few cars you might still actually be able to buy. But only as a roadster, because the 20 BC coupe's have already been sold. Surprise surprise!
With even more carbon fibery aero bits slapped around the car than on a normal Huayra, there's just no calling this thing normal. And not only does it not look normal, it's also super light and extremely high-powered, which means it doesn't exactly drive normal either.
This is not a car for the tame. 

The $3 million Ferrari FXX K is the ultimate Ferrari track car.

The $3 million Ferrari FXX K is the ultimate Ferrari track car.
Ferrari
The Ferrari FXX K is the track-only LaFerrari-base hypercar that you secretly knew you needed all along. But you could never actually admit to that because the $3 million price tag brings tears to your eyes.
Between the electric motor and the gasoline motor, the FXX K puts out an immense 1036 horsepower. To help put all that power down, there are tons of aerodynamic pieces placed around the car. Because what's 1036 horsepower without a bunch of aero? 
Though 40 of these Italian track monsters have been produced, they've all been sold. Sorry! 

The $3.1 million McLaren P1 GTR is a no nonsense race car.

The $3.1 million McLaren P1 GTR is a no nonsense race car.
McLaren
Did I say the Aston Martin Vulcan was the exorbitantly priced British track car of choice? I must've misspoken. The real, super-expensive British track car of choice is the McLaren P1 GTR. 
Sold in the same paint livery as the famous 1995 F1 GTR Le Mans winning car, there's not one thing about this car that isn't completely beautiful. 
It's driven by a 986 horsepower turbocharged V8 motor with an extra electric boost from an onboard motor. 
Pretty much everything on this car screams race car, because it pretty much is a race car. Well, aside from the fact that none of these have ever actually been raced. But let's ignore that for a moment.

Carbon fiber-y race car interior?

Carbon fiber-y race car interior?
McLaren
Check!

The Lamborghini Veneno Roadster costs $4.5 million. Roof not included.

The Lamborghini Veneno Roadster costs $4.5 million. Roof not included.
Lamborghini
The $4.5 million Lamborghini Veneno Roadster is a 740 horsepower car without a roof. There's no soft top or folding hard top, there's just no roof. 
If you have $4.5 million to drop on a Lamborghini, I guess maybe the whole no roof thing isn't too much of an issue? You probably have a whole fleet of roofed cars that would be happy to be driven in the rain.  

See? What did I tell you?

See? What did I tell you?
Lamborghini
No roof!

The $4.85 million Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita shines bright like a diamond.

The $4.85 million Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita shines bright like a diamond.
Koenigsegg
Only two Koenigsegg CCXR Trevitas were made, with only one being US-legal. Fun fact! That US-spec Trevita was bought by professional boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. He's very proud of it.
Thanks to the expensive-sounding "unique coated fiber solution" that's used on the Trevita, the car is able to have a bright shiny carbon fiber exterior, instead of the dark, matte grey looks that usually come with carbon fiber body panels.
If nothing else, it definitely looks like a $4.85 million car.
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