Nowadays, the so-called hypercars are replacing mere rides on the list of the most expensive supercars, and the revved-up prices are accelerating for that reason.
The minimum cost of entry to this ultra-high-end list in 2016? A whooping$2.7 million. But for many exotic car devotees, that’s a small price to pay for supercar supremacy.
Here are the six most expensive supercars in the world: Which of these multi-million dollar beasts is your favorite?
1-Aston Martin-Red Bull AM-RB 001 – $3.9 Million
Jointly built by Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing, this F1-inspired hypercar is powered by a naturally aspirated V12 coupled with an F1 energy recovery system good for 900 hp. It will be limited to less than 150 units.
2-2017 Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta – $3.8 Million
Limited to less than 100 units, powered by a 6.2 liter V12 AND coupled with a HY-KERN unit this ride produces 950 hp. They were all sold out long in advance to the marque’s best customers.
3-2017 McLaren P1 LM – $3.7 Million
Only 6 will be produced worldwide. At 986 hp it’s the hardest core version of McLaren’s already lethal P1 hypercar Built by Lanzante Motorsport, this car is a real beats.
4-Bugatti Vision GranTurismo – $3 Million+
The word is a Saudi prince paid big bucks to gets his hands on this bit of insanity. It was only built for show purposes and as part of the lineup for Playstation’s GranTurismo game – for now.
5-2018 Mercedes-AMG R50 – $3 Million est.
This F1-inspired concept will reportedly boast 1,300 hp thanks to a four-cylinder turbo engine coupled with two electric motors. It was created to commemorate AMG’s 50th anniversary next year and only 50 of them will be built.
6-Icona Vulcano Titanium – $2.7 Million
The world’s first titanium supercar might be referred to as Italian stallion, It does not have the looks of the others on this list, but it does have a 6.2 liter supercharged V8 producing 670 hp. Top speed is 220 mph with a 0-62 mph run in 2.8 seconds.