Cars have been one of the most expensive things that a person can buy. However, certain cars exceed the average price range and can go into outrageous figures. These cars are more expensive because they are are incredibly rare and limited. Though these cars might be costly, they’re great investments as they are iconic cars whose prices will continue to skyrocket as time goes by due to exclusivity.

We’ve managed to round up and list down some of the most expensive and rarest cars in the world today. You’ll be able to see some of the high-end vehicles and icons from prominent brands like Jaguar, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, and more! These cars are truly rare, and it would be incredibly hard to find another one that shares the same features. Here are some of the rarest and most expensive cars in the world today!

1957 Jaguar XKSS – $1.5 million

The Jaguar E-Type was one of the most sought-after cars at one point. However, this car isn’t the Jaguar E-Type. This vehicle is somewhat a precursor to it. Nonetheless, it looks exquisite, and it’s also an incredibly rare and limited car. It’s so rare that only 16 Jaguar XKSS cars were built and made over 50 years ago. Interestingly, Jaguar managed to re-release it back in 2016. The original plan was to build 25 Jaguar XKSS, but only nine were made a couple of years ago.

Acquiring a Jaguar XKSS will undoubtedly be an excellent investment if you can get your hands on one. Looking for a Jaguar XKSS that’s on sale isn’t exactly the easiest thing to do these days. If you ever find one, the prices will probably be around $1.5 million to $1.6 million. There’s even a Jaguar XKSS valued at $30 million, and it used to be owned by the iconic Steve McQueen.

2017 Pagani Huayra BC – $2.5 million

There’s a certain prestige that comes with luxury Italian cars with a mid-engine specification. The Pagani Huayra is a supercar produced between the years 2012 and 2018, first as a roadster model and then as a BC automobile. This supercar currently fetches around $2.5 million. If you’re wondering why it’s so expensive, it’s an incredibly rare supercar that’s limited to just 20 units. It’s certainly a must to consult with your financial advisor before deciding to purchase something like this!

This supercar has specifications that are fit for an expensive and exclusive car. It runs on a hand-built, twin-turbo V12 engine that Mercedes-AMG specially developed. It also has a massive 6.0-liter engine that produces a breathtaking sound along with 720 hp. Moreover, the main reason why this supercar is incredibly limited and expensive is that it’s a track-focused version of the Pagani Huayra. It was also named after Horacio Pagani’s friend, Benny Caiola.

2013 Pagani Zonda Revolucion – $2.6 million

The Pagani Zonda model precedes the Pagani Huayra. It’s also a mid-engine Italian supercar that was first unveiled in 1999. The production of these supercars ended in 2018 once Pagani released the Zonda HP Barchetta. To honor the Pagani Zonda, Pagani made several commemorative specials, and they released it in the same year, including this version, the Pagani Zonda Revolucion.

Only 135 Pagani Zonda supercars were made since 2009. The Pagani Zonda Revolucion saw an even more limited run as it was only released to family members and special clients during the international Pagani gathering. The Pagani Zonda Revolucion fetches around $2.6 million. Like the previous Pagani on our list, Mercedes-AMG also developed the engine, and it features a 6.0-liter V12 beast that produces 789 hp. As it’s an incredibly fast car, you’d certainly need a good insurance plan just in case.

Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale – $3 million+

The incredibly rare Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale is a street-legal version of the Autodelta Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 sports car. If you’re wondering, “Stradale” is an Italian word for “road-going.” Between 1967 and 1969, only 18 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale cars were built, and they feature a 2.0-liter V8 engine. Moreover, the SPICA fuel injection, 16 spark plugs, and four ignition coils, are all features that were specially built for this model. This custom setup allowed the Stradale to reach top speeds of around 160 mph and go 0 to 60 in under 5.5 seconds.

In the late 1960s, the car’s original price was $6K. Who would’ve known that the price would skyrocket to $3 million today? These cars surely would have been excellent investments. The price is certainly reasonable as only 18 Stradale were built. Experts believe that the price will rise even more as these cars are rarely seen and shown at auction.

1954 Oldsmobile F-88 – $3.24 million

The 1950s surely had its fair share of elegant-looking cars. The Oldsmobile F-88 was considered everyone’s “dream car,” and it was built back in 1954. The Oldsmobile F-88 was built on the chassis of a classic Chevy Corvette, and it featured a massive 5.3-L Super 88, V8 engine that produces 250 hp. It was indeed pretty powerful for a car that was made in the 1950s!

Many car enthusiasts believe that the F-88 was one of the inspirations of modern car design. In 2005, an F-88 was auctioned, and it fetched a price of $3.24 million. It’s currently on display at a showroom in the Colorado Automobile Museum. Since then, it’s been challenging to find an F-88 that’s in pristine condition. If you ever stumble across one, it’d surely be a no-brainer to acquire it as it can be a pretty good investment. The F-88 is a car that easily transcended into art, and it’s a must-have for any car collector or enthusiast.

1994 Ferrari F40 LM – $3.3 million

Who could forget the classic body style of the Ferrari F40? It’s safe to say that every young kid from the 90s had a poster or a toy that resembled this iconic Ferrari model. The F40 came right after the iconic Ferrari 288 GTO, and Ferrari designed it to celebrate their 40th anniversary. It was also the last Ferrari model and design, which the iconic Enzo Ferrari personally approved. At the time, it was Ferrari’s fastest, most powerful, and most costly car. It featured a twin-turbo V8 that produces 471 hp, boasting a top speed of 199 mph.

Ferrari only made 1,311 F40 cars. Out of the 1,311 F40s, only 19 were Ferrari F40 LMS. This number and ratio should give you a pretty good idea of how rare Ferrari F40 LMs are. Interestingly, a 1994 Ferrari F40 LM was scheduled to be sold between $2 million to $2.5 million, but ended up going for more than $3 million. Not only is the F40 and the F40 LM a great investment, but it’s also an absolute must-have car for any car enthusiast who grew up during that era.

W Motors Lykan HyperSport – $3.4 Million

Built in 2012 by a United Arab-based company, W Motors, with the assistance of Italian and French engineers, the Lykan HyperSport is a Lebanese limited-edition supercar. It was the first high-performance supercar that was locally designed and manufactured in the Middle East. The former ruling Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad, owns one. The Lykan HyperSport was famously introduced in the movie Furious 7 in 2015, where it was depicted smashing a window of a skyscraper in Abu Dhabi and ramping towards another building.

It’s powered by a 3.7-liter twin-turbocharged engine that delivers a maximum output of 780 horsepower. The supercar can reach a top speed of 386 km/h with its 708 pound-feet of torque and can go from 0-60 m/h in 2.8 seconds. There are only seven Lykan HyperSports made in the world, making it one of the rarest high-performance sports cars. With a price tag of $3.4 million, the Lykan HyperSport is the world’s third most expensive supercar so far, after the Lamborghini Veneno ($4 million) and Maybach Exelero ($8 million)—with prices like these, those cars certainly have special car insurance.

Mansory Bugatti Veyron Linea Vivere – $3.4 Million

Since debuting in 2005, the Bugatti Veyron EB is one of the most popular and famous high-performance supercars. It went through multiple versions until its production was ceased in 2015, and the Bugatti Veyron was introduced. Top Gear named the original model of the Vivere as the “Best Car” and “Car of the Decade” (2000-2009). Another car of Bugatti, the Veyron SuperSport, was recognized by the Guinness World Records as the world’s fastest production car in 2010. That record, though, has been broken by many other supercars since.

The Mansory Bugatti Veyron Linea Vivere is a strictly limited-edition supercar variant of the Bugatti Veyron EB, with only three units produced. One is listed on James Edition for $3.4 million. It’s powered by a W16 quad-turbocharged engine with an output of 1,200 horsepower and has a top speed of 408 km/h. With this speed, this car surely gobbles an absurd amount of gas.

2013 Lamborghini Veneno – $4.5 Million

Based off of the Lamborghini Aventador blueprint, the 2013 Lamborghini Veneno is another rare limited-edition supercar. With its $4.5 million price tag, it’s considered among the most expensive production cars produced—insurance companies are scrambling for this one. The Veneno was built in commemoration of Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary in the automobile industry. Its name was derived from one of the most aggressive, fastest, and strongest bulls that became popular after fatally wounding the famous bullfighter named Jose Sanchez Rodriguez.

The high-performance, super limited sports car is powered by a 6.5-liter V12 engine with a maximum output of 720 horsepower that produces a maximum torque of 509 pound-feet and can reach a top speed of 355 km/h. The Veneno was debuted at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, and the prototype was called Car Zero. In 2014, a roadster variant was produced and unveiled on the Italian naval aircraft carrier Cavour.

1955 Mercedes 300SL Gullwing – $4.62 Million

Popular among car collectors, the 1955 Mercedes 300SL Gullwing is a rare, classic, and iconic beauty. It’s been featured in a number of film productions like Gone in Sixty Seconds in 1974 and Batman and Robin in 1997. With its antiquity and charm, the value of the car can reach over $4 million in the market. The Gullwing was built for long-distance driving and is relatively fast, reaching a top speed of up 260 km/h—just be sure to fill the gas tank if you’re driving one. The grand tourer was considered the fastest car of its time. After its debut at the 1954 New York Auto Show, the car was an immediate success.

As suggested by a Mercedes distributor in New York, the Gullwing is “a race car for the street.” It’s powered by a 3.0-liter engine that can deliver 240 horsepower (optimal variant). According to Barazi of CarGurus, the car was the most technologically advanced vehicle to hit the market in the 1950s. He also added that because of that, people will be paying a seven-figure price for it and more for the aluminum alloy version.

 2009 Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita – $4.8 Million

The 2009 Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita runs on E100 and E85 ethanol fuel in lieu of conventional gas and is considered the most environmentally friendly version among Koenigsegg CCX variants. It’s powered by a 4.8-liter twin-supercharged V8 engine with an output of 1,004 horsepower—as a direct result of the ethanol’s cooling properties in the combustion chambers. Forbes chose the CCXR Trevita as among the ten most beautiful cars in history in 2009. One of the two units produced was owned by the legendary boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr.

The word Trevita is Swedish and translate to “three whites.” According to Koenigsegg, the Trevita CCXR was designed to shine like a million diamonds when it’s hit by the light because of its white carbon fiber body. When Mayweather bought one, he posted a photo on Instagram, basically sharing his new CCXR Trevita for people to see. He’s understandably proud of the car because of its $4.8 million price tag.

1928 Mercedes-Benz S-Type 26/120/180 Sports Tourer – $5-6 Million

Mercedes-Benz is one of the first foreign companies to achieve significant success during the United States in the earlier years of the automobile industry. Some of its most expensive vehicles that hit the market were their S and K models, which were mainly delivered through a New York distributor in the 1920s. A unit of the four-passenger sports tourer was sold to singing star Al Jolson in 1928. Eventually, he sold it to Brooks Steven, an American industrial designer, in 1947.

The sports tourer is powered by a 6.7-liter 6-cylinder engine with an output of 120 horsepower with a four-speed manual transmission. Most cars in those eras can reach a speed of up to over 180 km/h. There were originally 150 units of these cars produced. Yet, only a few survived, making it one of the rarest vehicles in the world—buying one of these is a good investment. Ferdinand Porsche, an Austrian-German engineer and the eventual founder of the car company Porsche, was the chief designer of the Mercedes-Benz cars at the time.

Porsche 550 Spyder – $6 Million

Widely popular as a race car between 1953 and 1956, the Porsche 550 Spyder is an iconic roadster. There were only 90 of these cars produced and, understandably, less survived into modern times. It has an all-aluminum body with a 1.5-liter four-cylinder boxer engine, known as “Fuhrmann Engine,” and had an output of 110 horsepower. The car’s design was inspired by the Porsche 356, which was built by Ferry Porsche from other Spyder prototypes.

It was built to be as low as possible to the ground to make it an efficient race car, which was perfectly demonstrated by Formula One driver Hans Hermann during the 1954 Mille Miglia. At the same time, the Spyder was also used as a road car. The American comedian Jerry Seinfield owned one but sold it alongside 16 other cars recently. This car alone sold for over $5 million—perhaps for cash, not cash loans for sure.

1964 Ford GT40 – $7 Million

This car won the 24 Hours of Le Mans four times and finished a 1-2-3 position between 1966 and 1969. The Ford GT40 was the original high-performance race car that was the forerunner of the popular Ford GT supercar. The GT40 was powered by a series of American-made engines built specifically for the car and was based on the British Lola Mk6. In 1966, with the attendance of Henry Ford II at the Le Mans, the Mk II GT40 gave Ford its first Le Mans victory as an American automobile manufacturer.

Since Ferrari won Le Mans six times in a row from 1960 to 1965, Ford built the GT40 primarily to win long-distance races against Ferrari. It was named after its style, a Grand Tourer, and had an overall height of 40 inches. It is powered by a 7.0-liter V8 engine. These cars are recognized as rare collectibles, and a prototype GT40 was sold for $7 million in 2014—certainly, credit cards were not used for this purchase. There were 105 units of these cars produced between 1964 and 1969.

2008 Maybach Exelero – $8 Million

Unveiled in 2005, the Mayback Exelero is an expensive one-off high-performance supercar built by the German car manufacturer Maybach-Motorenbau GmbH, a subsidiary of DaimlerChrysler. It’s powered by a twin-turbo V12 engine with an output of 690 horsepower and a top speed of 350 km/h.

Having appeared in the last episode of the long-running German show Cobra 11 somehow made the supercar popular. The car was purchased by the American rapper Birdman for an astonishing price of $8 million in 2011, according to Top Gear. However, the sale was determined to be unfounded by Motorvision as they tracked down the car. They found out that the car was owned by Mechatronik in Germany. The American rapper Jay-Z also featured the Exelero in the music video for his song Lost One, which gave the car a rejuvenated high profile—credit to Jay-Z.

Bugatti Type 41 Royale Kellner Coupe – $9.7 Million

Bugatti nowadays is known for its super-fast and expensive supercars. However, they were known to produce luxury vehicles back in the day, like the Type 41 Royale, which was built between 1927 and 1933—there’s a degree of antiquity in this vehicle. The Royale was powered with a 12.763-liter straight-eight engine and weighed approximately 7,000 pounds. In comparison, the Rolls-Royce Phantom is 25% lighter and 20% shorter than the Bugatti Type 41 Royale. Officially, the Royale is one of the largest cars in the world and, unofficially, one of the most stylish.

The owner and founder of the company, Ettore Buggati, planned to build 25 of these vehicles at the time and sell them to royalties as the most luxurious vehicle ever. However, the cars were built at the time of the Great Depression of America, and the sales were not good. There were only three units sold out of the seven made. Forbes reported in 2001 that the price tag of this car is around $10 million, and CarBuzz reported that one Royale was sold in 1987 for $9.7 million at an auction.

1953 Jaguar XK120-C – $13.2 Million

Built with an aerodynamic body using a lightweight tubular frame, the Jaguar XK120-C, which is also commonly known as Jaguar Type C, was a racing car produced by the British car company between 1951 and 1953. It was developed by Malcolm Sayer, Heynes and RJ Knight. Out of the 53 units made, 43 cars were sold to private owners. These days, it’s considered a collectible and rare piece of beauty—cash loans are not enough to purchase this car. The car was sold for $13.2 million at an RM auction in Italy in 2015, becoming the most expensive Jaguar ever sold.

The model had two variants—road and track. The track variant had a 205 brake horsepower tuned engine, while the road variant had a 3.4-liter twin-cam straight-six engine that produced a brake horsepower of between 160 and 180. The Type C proved to be an efficient car and it won the Le Mans 24 Hours race twice in 1951 and 1953.

1998 McLaren F1 LM – $13.75 Million

The McLaren F1 LM was built in commemoration of the five McLaren F1 GTRs that competed in the Le Mans 24 Hours race in 1995. They finished first, third, fourth, fifth, and thirteenth place. It’s the track variant of the Mclaren F1. There were 6 units of these cars made, and five of them were sold. The remaining unit was used by McLaren as a platform for further development of the F1 chassis. The F1 LM’s came in different colors, including papaya orange, which was a tribute to the famous and accomplished Formula One race driver Bruce McLaren.

It’s powered by a 6.1-liter V12 engine with an output of 680 horsepower. The car was fitted with the same engine as the 1995 GTR without the restrictor, which was race-mandated. It was tested to reach 0-60 mph in 3.9 seconds—wheelspin during the start of the test greatly, to some degree, contributed to the end result.

1970 Porsche 917 – $14 Million

The iconic Porsche 917 was a prototype racing car that gave the car company its two Le Mans 24 Hours race wins in 1970 and 1971. The famous car made its debut on March 12, 1969, at the Geneva Motor Show. Porsche built 25 of these cars with only one goal in mind—win the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Under the leadership of Ferdinand Piech and Helmuth Bott, the 917 was designed by Hans Mezger. The 917 engine was considered, even to this day, the greatest twelve-cylinder engine created. The body weight of the 917 is light as a feather, weighing only about 174 pounds. Its performance was increased to a substantial degree with its engine components made out of magnesium, titanium, and other lightweight alloys.

The 917 was famously driven by Steve McQueen and was featured in the documentary film Le Mans. In 2017, that very car was sold at an auction for $14 million—a record price for Porsche.

1962 Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato – $14.3 Million

Debuting at the London Motor Show in 1960, the Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato was unveiled as an improved and lightened version of the standard Aston Martin DB GT. The modifications of the car were made at the Zagato factory in Italy. Zagato is a well-known coachbuilder since 1919 who designed other memorable vehicles such as this one. There were only Zagatos built, with the production spanning between 1960 and 1963. However, six more chassis were completed in 1991 and 2000, which became “Sanction II” and “Sanction III.”

The Zagato was powered by a 3.7-liter twin-spark engine that generates 314 horsepower and has a top speed of 247 km/h. The steel components of the car were all placed with aluminum to make it lighter, smaller, and aerodynamic. The car increases in value over time, and one unit was sold at an auction for $14.3 million—it must’ve been a great investment.

1961 Ferrari 250 GT California SWB Spyder – $17.16 Million

One of the most sought-after Ferraris on the market is the Ferrari 250 GT California SWB Spider. It was built between 1953 and 1964, with a number of racing models built along those years. The Spider was featured in the film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, though it was a replica of the original car. It was a fiberglass version of the 250 GT Spyder California. A unit was sold to a radio DJ by James Coburn for £5.5 million, while another one was sold for $15.9 million in 2015—the car was a barn find.

The California Spyder featured a swept-back, racy windscreen with minimal interior furnishings. It has a lightweight folding top and supportive bucket seats. Its was specifically marketed to American enthusiasts who wanted a stylish sports car that’s both comfortable on the road and on a track—credit to the designers of this beauty.

 1956 Aston Martin DBR1 – $22.5 Million

Owning one of the rarest cars in the world is one thing, but owning a rare classic sports car with a long racing history is a whole new degree of prestige. The 1956 Aston Martin DBR1 is that sort of vehicle. It is the only Aston Martin to have ever won the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race. The triumphant victory came in 1959, and the car driven by Carroll Shelby. That same year, the DBR1 also won the World Sportscar Championship. It is one of three to have made this achievement, the other two being Ferrari in 1954 and 1968. That being said, the DBR1 was Aston Martin’s answer to the dominance of Ferrari at the time.

During the 1950s, the DBR1 set the record for winning 6 World Sportscar Championships. And in 2017, the classic racing car would set another world record for being the most expensive British sports car. The first, out of five to have been manufactured, was sold for $22.5 million.

1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa – $39.8 Million

Next up is another rare racing classic, the 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa, or Ferrari 250 TR. Aptly named Testa Rossa, which means redhead, it is Ferrari’s second-most valuable car in existence. Only thirty-four redheads were manufactured, the most famous of which were made between 1957 and 1958.

As you might know by now, the Ferrari 250 TR is the rival of the Aston Martin DBR1. The two dominated the 1950s era, and the 250 TR only got ahead by an inch. This Ferrari got credit for winning ten World Sportscar Championships and three 24 Hours of Le Mans, among others. All these accolades boiled down to the Ferrari 250 TR being valued at at least $8 million. In 2011, one of these classics was sold at $16.4 million. Three years later, another one was sold for a whopping $38 million.

1962 Ferrari 250 GTO – $70 Million

When it comes to Ferrari’s most valuable sportscar, the 250 TR is only second to the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO. This rare classic is a touring car that was produced for the FIA’s Group 3 Grand Touring Car category from 1962 to 1964. It is a V12 and only 39 were ever manufactured. Enzo Ferrari held this brand to such a degree that buyers during its time had to go through a personal vetting process to have the honor of owning one.

Initially, the 250 GTO was valued at $18 thousand, but years after, with all the accolades it achieved, its highest recorded sale at an auction was over $48.4 million. And in 2018, those in the know reported that one private sale saw a 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO sold for a staggering $70 million. This prestigious classic is considered to be one of the top sports cars of all time.

2000 Ford Mustang Cobra R – $38k

Ford initially started manufacturing Mustangs in 1964. It quickly became an American staple when it came to sportscars. Thereafter, several editions of the brand were manufactured, from the Shelbys to the all-time-classic BOSS. In 2000, Ford released the Mustang Cobra R, which became an instant novelty. Only 300 of this special edition was ever made.

The release of the limited-edition 2000 Mustang Cobra R was given credit to Ford engineer John Colleti and the Special Vehicle Team or SVT. Together, they designed the Cobra R to be one of a kind, with its 5.4 liter V8 that pushed 385 horsepower. It was built for pure performance. This edition has no rear seats, no radio, and no air-conditioning, among other unnecessary luxuries, for efficient weight distribution. Ultimately, it tops at around 170 miles per hour and can go 0 to 60 in 4.7 seconds.

 2013 Dodge Charger SRT 392

The Dodge Charger is an all-time American muscle staple. With its roaring engine and mean look, the brand spawned a multitude of specialized tuner edition brands. In 2013, Dodge released the Dodge Charger SRT 392 special edition. Apart from only 392 special editions ever manufactured, the 392 refers to the cubic inches (6.4 liters) displacement its monstrous 470-horsepower V8 puts out. It has a five-speed automatic transmission and tops at around 175 miles per hour. It can go from zero to sixty in around four seconds.

The SRT 392’s mechanics are, to its credit, as impressive as its intimidating aesthetic. It sports black racing stripes on its side with an SRT badge on the front doors. Its hood is bulged by the 6.4 V8 and is coated black to match the mirrors, roof panel, and rear spoilers. And, to top off, it is fitted with 20-inch black vapor-chrome wheels.

1986 Mercedes-Benz AMG Hammer

The Mercedes-Benz AMG Hammer was one of the fastest sports sedans of its time. Released back in 1986, it didn’t have much competition back then. Given that the Ferraris and the Porches had their two-door supercars, Mercedes decided to create this luxurious 4-door beast. And as straightforward as the renowned AMD tuner can be, the Hammer is exactly what its name suggests – a sports car capable of hammering speeds.

The AMG Hammer draws power from its 392-horsepower V8 that is capable of getting from zero to 60 in five seconds, with a top speed of 178 miles per hour. Not only was it worth every penny of investment money, it also held to Mercedes-Benz’s standard of luxury. Indeed, the ride in this vehicle was as comfortable as any other luxury car. This is in great contrast to many two-door supercars such as Porsche 911 or the Testarossa, where driver comfort often came second to car performance.

BMW Individual 760Li Sterling Robbe & Berking Edition

BMW is one of the world’s distinguished manufacturers of luxury sports vehicles. Throughout the company’s history, they were able to produce several limited editions and tuner cars. During the 90s, BMW was commissioned for a special edition 750Li for Karl Lagerfeld. And in 2013, the automakers once again, to their credit, released a special edition — the BMW 760Li Sterling Robbe & Berking. As the name suggests, the Bavarian auto manufacturers teamed up with Robbe & Berking, a silverware maker company.

Though this special edition 760Li doesn’t have any unique aerodynamic upgrades, to BMW’s credit, the interior is as unique as its partnership with Robbe & Berking. The crown and crescent moon along with the Robbe & Berking’s logo was stylishly embroidered in the interior. The seats have oral white piping that contrasts with the rustic Merino full-leather trims. Apart from these, there were Robbe & Berking silver goblets that supplemented the elegant and luxurious feel of the cabin.

Bugatti Veyron Jean Bugatti Edition

The Bugatti Veyron is one of the world’s most iconic supercars. It has broken several world records, including the record for being the fastest open-top production car. It also had a top speed of 254 miles per hour.Bugatti built several bespoke and limited edition cars to their credit. That being said, one of its most special releases is the Bugatti Veyron Jean Bugatti Edition. This Legend Edition was released in 2013 at the Frankfurt motor show.

As its name suggests, the car was created to pay homage to Ettore Bugatti’s eldest son, Jean Bugatti. It was one of a slew of Bugatti special editions made at the time to pay homage to the most prominent figures of the automakers’ history. There is little to no argument when it comes to Jean’s contribution to the company. Among his accomplishments include the creation of the Type 50, 55, and the Type 57 Atlantic coupe.

1991 GMC Syclone

By definition, a sleeper car is a high-performance vehicle disguised in an unassuming exterior. The 1991 GMC Syclone is the epitome of sleeper cars. At first glance, it looks like your run-of-the-mill pickup truck. Only 2,998 of this model were ever manufactured, and in true American factory standards, 2,995 of those were made in a single year.

The unassuming pickup exterior of the GMC Syclone was in great contrast to its true capabilities. It houses a 4.3-liter turbocharged V8 which pushes 280 horsepower at 4400 rpm. With the insurance of a full-time all-wheel drive and a four-speed automatic transmission, it was able to reduce turbo lag. This means optimum and efficient acceleration, making full use of its powerful torque. The GMC Syclone is known for beating out-sprinting Ferraris and Corvettes – a feat that no other pickup with factory tuning can boast of.

2003 Corvette 50th Anniversary Edition

The Corvette is another American muscle staple. The First edition of this brand was originally released in 1953, and only 300 were made. For more than six decades, there have been eight generations of Corvette. One particular edition was the 2003 release. It was a special one, considering it was a 50th Anniversary edition. It was originally set to be released in Polo White paint with a red interior to pay homage to the first 300 of the first edition. To the surprise of the public, the designers had a change of heart and decided to go with a unique shade of red, complemented by a shale-colored interior. The 50th Anniversary edition logo was stylishly embroidered on the headrests.

To the credit of the engineers, this 2003 Anniversary edition ended up with all the elements of a state-of-the-art Corvette, with the exception of the F55 Selective Ride Control suspension. Any interested buyers will need to shell out $50,000 worth of investment money for this car, which is $2,000 more than the other top-of-the-line standard Corvette.

Chrysler 300 John Varvatos Edition

Partnerships with outfitters and third-party designers are nothing new to automakers. Ford is known to have partnered with Eddie Bauer, Subaru with LL Bean, and Fiat with Gucci. And in 2013, Chrysler partnered with John Varvatos for a limited edition release of the Chrysler 300. For those unfamiliar with John, he is a fashion designer known for masculine designs. In combination with Chrysler’s unique urban-gritty marketing of its 300 Sedan, one gets this black on black Chrysler 300 John Varvatos Edition.

This special edition of the Chrysler 300 was initially released in 2013 and saw a degree of commercial success — so much so that they re-released it the following year. Moreover, the 300 John Varvatos edition had two versions, the Limited Edition, and the Luxury Edition. The design of the interior was what differentiated both models, and they both came with 3.6-liter V6 engines that could produce 292 horsepower.

BMW 1 Series M Coupe

BMW, as we know, is one of the most popular automakers in Europe. Its lucrative success can give credit to the prominence of its M3 and M2 lines, which are arguably two of the best Euro sports cars to have ever been made. Apart from its performance, the BMW prides itself on affordable price ranges that prove to be their ticket to success. This BMW 1 Series M Coupe is designed to be loved by the masses as well. It was only manufactured and distributed for a single year, in 2011.

The 1 Series sports a 3.0-liter 6-cylinder twin-turbo engine with 335 horsepower. It is a driver’s car with a slick-shifting six-speed manual transmission. Moreover, its weight is perfectly distributed for better handling. Those in the know report that this Coupe can do zero to 60 in five seconds. Ultimately, its primary selling point is its lightness combined with a formidable twin-turbo engine.

 2006 Chevrolet Silverado Intimidator SS

This all-black Chevy Silverado was manufactured to pay homage to the late Dale Earnhardt. He was a former team owner and stock car driver for the Chevrolet Team in the Winston Cup Series. This limited-edition Chevrolet Silverado Intimidator SS honors the race car driver to the degree that part of proceeds from sales were donated to his foundation.

The Intimidator has a 345 horsepower engine with 380lb-ft of torque. Compared to a standard Silverado, this special edition has a lowered ride height, two stage-stage multi-leaf springs, and performance suspensions. It’s in monochromatic black with 20-inch chrome wheels and an Intimidator badge on the front and back of the truck. In the same vein, the interior has the Intimidator badge embroidered on the seats, instrument panels, and floor mats. And, to top it off, the tachometer has Dale’s signature and logo.

Chevrolet Camaro Hot Wheels Edition

This special edition of the Chevrolet Camaro will have your inner-child jump for joy. Most of the young boys who played with toy cars know of Hot Wheels. For some, the love for toy cars would eventually transition to love for real cars — supercars and sports cars. So when Chevrolet released their Camaro Hot Wheels Edition, many were thrilled to be able to own one. It is a complete eye-turner with its slick design, clad in black racing stripes. Other than its beautiful exterior, this Camaro also has the racing performance that any car enthusiast can ask for. It has a massive 6,2-liter V8 that can dish out 455 horsepower.

For the Camaro Hot Wheels package, buyers would need additional investments of at least $5,000 on top of the SRP. It comes with 8-speed paddle-shifters, a racing-tune exhaust, and a magnetic ride control system.

Aston Martin One-77 – $1.85 Million

As the name suggests, only 77 of these Aston Martins were made. This limited edition has a 7.3-liter V12 that can do at least 700 horsepower. The design of the One-77 may look like a prototype car but this is one of Aston Martin’s most sophisticated sports cars. It has the typical touring car front-engine/rear-drive set-up with a racing tuned suspension. Moreover, the finishing touches for the suspension set-up will be made upon the actual delivery of the One-77 to its owner.

Considering the limited availability of the One-77, this Aston Martin would certainly put a dent in your bank account and will require you to shell out $1.85 million to get it. This supercar was officially unveiled in 2009 at the Geneva Auto Show Ultimately, it is a stunningly fast, expensive supercar, and Aston Martin deserves a ton of credit for having developed it.

Jaguar XK R 75

In 2010, to celebrate its 75th anniversary, Jaguar unveiled another stunning vehicle — the XK R 75. It may already be a decade old, but it could still perform better than some of the newest cars today. The displacement of this car is a 5.0-liter, V-8 cylinder, which can deliver a maximum of 523 HP and a torque reaching up to 483 lb-ft that’s be routed to a 6-speed automatic.

With these impressive features, the vehicle can reach a maximum speed of 174mph and can accelerate from 0 to 62mph in 4.4 seconds. Only 75 units of this car were made and whoever has one has a nice-looking investment sitting in his garage. If you’re interested in its interior, it is equipped with jet suede cloth headliner, charcoal and ivory stitch leather, and XKR 75 tread plate, to name a few. According to Motoring Exposure, the car was priced at £85,500, which is about $129,000.

2021 McLaren 620R

McLaren added another jaw-dropping car in its roster when it released the 620R, which was inspired by the 570S GT4 race car. It was made available for delivery last January 2020. It has a magnificent exterior, combative aerodynamics, bespoke wheels, and an adjustable wing. It is packed with a 3.8L V8 engine, which produces 610HP and 457 pound-feet torque. With everything working together, this super high-end coupe can run from 0 to 60mph in a stunning 2.8 seconds, while its max acceleration is 200mph. Unlike the 570S GT4, this one is still considered road-legal,.

According to Top Speed, McLaren produced 350 units of this beast and if you want to drive one, you’ll have to pay the full $299,000 or get a personal loan. However, if you prefer something more, how shall we say, mainstream, then consider purchasing a Lamborghini Huracan, which is in the same price range.

2020 Bugatti Chiron Noire Exclusive Special Edition

Of course, we don’t expect anything less from Bugatti. In 2020, they released an “Exotic Car” which belongs to the supercar segment. The Bugatti Chiron Noire Exclusive Special Edition is equipped with an 8.0-L Quad-Turbocharged W16 engine. These two can deliver an eye-popping 1,500HP and 1,180 pound-feet of torque.

This Bugatti can run from scratch to 60 mph in 2.4 seconds, or 124 mph in 6.5 seconds, while its maximum speed can reach 261 mph. The interior is imbued with elegance, and it’s clothed in a silk-matte finish. The “Noire” inscription is sprawled throughout the cabin, and the badging denotes exclusivity. As its name suggests, only 20 units of this Chiron were made and the price, one has to pay to own one is $3.3 million in total. That is probably a lifetime salary for someone with a finance degree.

2019 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Concorde

In 2021, Aston Martin became one of the most luxurious car brands in the world. A year before, it released another super high-end sports car, the DBS Superleggera Concorde. With its whopping price of $290,300, one should expect nothing but greatness from the vehicle. It has a 5.2-liter twin-turbocharged V-12 engine that can produce 715 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque.

Only 10 units of this model were made, and it’s one of the most exclusive models in the DBS Superleggera lineup. It won’t be a surprise if all ten were sold in an instant. Well, who wouldn’t want a car that can reach a speed of 60 mph in just 3.4 seconds? Not to mention, it can accelerate to 211 mph. If you have this car or any other brand in your garage, please consider getting car insurance. It has numerous benefits, not just for you but your car as well.

2019 Dodge Challenger 50th Anniversary Edition

Last year, 2020, even though the world was experiencing an unprecedented event, Dodge didn’t hesitate to release its 50th Anniversary Edition of the Challenger. It was available in four trim levels: R/T Scat Pack Shaker, GT RWD, R/T Scat Pack Shaker Widebody, and R/T Shaker, with seven different colors each, Sinamon Frostbite, Hellraisin, F8 Green, Go Mango, Gold Rush, Stick, and TorRed. Only 70 units were available for each hue, for a total of 1,960 vehicles for this edition.

According to an article from Top Speed, there were several engines available: 5.7 HEMI, V-6, 6.4 HEMI V-8, and V8. The power of this SE ranges from 305 HP to 485 HP, while the torque ranges from 268 pound-feet to 475 pound-feet. It’s uncertain if there are still units available, but in case, have your credit card ready and expect to pay $4,995 to $5,995 for the add-ons.

2020 Lamborghini Sian FKP 37

This is another powerful car from Lamborghini. The hybrid Sian FKP 37, which was unveiled at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show, has a 6.5 liter V12 engine that’s coupled with Pony-Boosting electric components. It can deliver a stunning 850 HP at 8500 RPM, and the torque is expected to be north of 531 pound-feet.

This supercar can achieve 60 mph from scratch in just 2.8 seconds and its top speed is 217 mph. It’s also equipped with a supercapacitor instead of the usual Li-Ion batteries. It has an innovative braking system and AWD grip. The interior is based on its brother, the Aventador. It has bucket seats which were designed for racing, a two-tone layout, geometric design components, and Alcantara upholstery. However, even if you have the investment money to purchase one, all 63 units were sold and the price for each one is was reportedly around $2 million. Expensive? Not as much as the Veneno Roadster, which cost $3.6 million.

 2020 Koenigsegg Jesko

This is a god-tier roadster! By the looks of it, one can easily tell that this can run more than 200 mph. Well, the Koenigsegg Jesko could actually run north of 300 mph. It’s no surprise, as it possesses the remodeled 5.0-Liter V-8, which produces 1,262 HP if you feed it with regular gas, but this figure can surge to 1,578 horsepower on E85 biofuel. It has a multi-clutch transmission system, 1,106 pound-feet of torque, and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds.

Unless you’re filthy reach, you’ll have to keep dreaming because this one costs $2.8 million. Even if you have the money to purchase one, you’ll still probably won’t be able to considering that there are only 125 units of this available. In any event, you can always go for the McLaren Senna — it’s cheaper, and although it won’t turn as much heads, it will still capture most people’s attention.

 2020 Ferrari SF90 Stradale

It’s uncertain if Gordon Ramsay owns a Ferrari SF90 Stradale, considering he’s a big fan of Ferrari and reportedly owns 15 cars from the brand. This new model that was released in 2020 has a 4.0-L twin-turbocharged V8 engine that can deliver 986 HP and a torque of 800 Nm at 6000 RPM. It also has a battery capacity of 7.9 kWh, a total displacement of 3990 cc, and an F1 dual-clutch gearbox. It’s estimated that this car can run from 0 to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds and has a maximum speed of 211 mph.

According to Car and Driver, the vehicle includes an upfront LCD screen, a six-speaker sound system, integrated navigation system, and a lot more. The SF90 Stradale’s price starts at a mighty $650,000, which is kinda pricey to a certain degree, but if you’re as rich as Ramsay, then it shouldn’t be a problem.

2020 Chevrolet COPO Camaro John Force Edition

This could be one of the most exclusive vehicle lineups ever. The COPO Camaro was released by Chevrolet at the 2019 SEMA Auto Show. As little as 70 units were made — 69 of which were made available to the market, while the remaining was named after John Force, a 16-time NHRA drag racing champion. The one-off automobile was auctioned in January 2020, at Barrett-Jackson’s in Scottsdale, Arizona.

The ‘Force’ is equipped with a powerful 5.7-L LSX-based V8 engine that’s coupled with a 2.65L Magnusson supercharger that can produce 580 HP. It’s similar to the regular COPO. The hammer price of this one-of-a-kind vehicle that was designed by John is $600,000. This is huge, in comparison to the starting price of the standard version, which is around $117,500 to $165,750. Imagine having the credit to drive the only 2020 Chevrolet COPO Camaro John Force Edition.

2020 Donkervoort D8 GTO-JD70

Donkervoort is a Dutch vehicle manufacturer and it has been around longer than one thinks. On Joop Donkervoot’s 70th anniversary, the founder released a different version of the D8 GTO, which is the D8 GTO-JD70. Limited to only 70 units, the price to get one ended up being €163,636 before taxes. If converted to the currency at the time, it would be around $182,000.

It is packed with 2.5-L TFSI 5-cylinder turbocharged engine that can deliver 415 HP and 413 pound-feet of torque. It’s a five-speed manual and can go from zero to 60 in 2.7 seconds. Maximum speed, in case you were wondering, is a respectable 174 mph. Not too shabby, right? For those who were able to purchase this as an investment, their unit would have been delivered in the spring of 2020.

2020 Hennessey Venom F5

This might be one of the coolest cars ever made. The Venom F5 from Hennesey brought its A-game with its stunning specs. It has the latest 6.6-L V8 twin-turbocharged engine that can be expected to create a marvelous 1,817 horsepower and 1,193 lb-ft of torque. This supercar can run from 0 to 60 mph in less than three seconds and can accelerate to a maximum speed of 311 mph.

The carbon-fiber body is a brand new layout and it’s significantly larger than the Venom GT. From its interior, you’ll see a 9” infotainment system, carbon bucket seats, and upholstery made from leather. According to Top Speed, the luxury brand is expected to produce exactly two dozen units, and the price can be expected to cost around $2.5 million. Because of the limited production numbers, this car will undoubtedly be a great investment.

2020 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Sports Cup Edition

To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Porsche Sports Cup Germany, the brand released the 718 Cayman GT4 Sports Cup Edition, which features a design inspired by motorsport, and an interior that was enhanced by Porsche’s Exclusive Manufaktur. The engine is a flat-6 that is naturally-aspirated with a 4.0L displacement. It can produce 414 HP at 7600 RPM and an incredible 309 pound-feet of torque at 6800 RPM. As for the interior, it’s as plush as one would expect it to be.

Aside from all this boring jargon, among in the the things you should know is that this car can run from zero to 60 mph in 4.2 seconds, and has a maximum speed of 188 mph. Only buyers who have enough credit are able to purchase this car, given that it reportedly costs $172,068.

2020 Ford Mustang R-Spec

This muscle car is only available in the Australian market and it has the specifications you would want for a vehicle. It is equipped with the a naturally aspirated 5.0-L Coyote V8, and a 2.65-L roots supercharger that is paired with a full-faced radiator and intercooler. The 2020 Ford Mustang R-Spec can deliver 610 lb-ft of torque, routed in a six-speed manual gearbox, and a jaw-dropping 700 HP of output.

It’s can go from 0 to 60 mph in 3.9 seconds, and reach a maximum speed of 180 mph. According to Top Speed, this is “the most expensive Ford” in the Land Down Under, and if you’re a fan of fuel-efficient vehicles, you might want to consider buying another model because this one is definitely a gas guzzler. In any case, if you really want one, then you’ll have to save up for it since it will cost you a pretty penny — $67,500 or AUD99,980, to be exact.

2020 Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato

If Aston Martin is your brand, then you should take a closer look at the DBS GT Zagato. From its exterior, you’ll notice that it’s a very unique-looking car. It has a new grille, gold badges and detailing, as well as carbon-fiber elements. This beast has a twin-turbo 5.2-L V12 installed, which is expected to give 760 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque.

The gearbox is an eight-speed automatic and it boasts an upgraded braking system. It can run from 0 to 62 mph in as little as 3.3 seconds, and its max speed is an impressive 211 mph. Inside, everything seems unique, from the center stack, console, to the door panels. The steering wheel is made from carbon fiber and the leather upholstery delivers a luxury feeling. Only 19 units of this model were made, and the only way one can purchase this investment is by dropping $8.5 million.

2020 Porsche Panamera 10 Years Edition

For the tenth anniversary of the Porsche Panamera lineup, Porsche released its 10 Years Edition that had a hefty price tag of $118,250. This sedan is available in the regular Panamera, the Panamera 4 E-Hybrid, and the Panamera 4, and there are multiple powertrain options to choose from. The ‘standard’ and the ‘4’ are both equipped with the 3.0-L turbocharged V6 engine, which can deliver an amazing 325 HP and 332 lb-ft of torque. For the E-Hybrid version, it has a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine that can create 542 HP and 568 pound-feet of torque.

The Panamera and Panamera 4 can sprint from 0 to 60 in 5.5 seconds and 5.3 seconds, respectively, while both can accelerate at a max speed of 164 mph. The remaining car is another degree as it can perform the same in 3.4 seconds and has a top speed of 193 mph.

2020 Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series

The most anticipated GT Black series has come and it is stunning! This new Mercedes-AMG has the strongest series-production V8 of AMG, and it is equipped with a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter engine that can deliver up to 590 lb-ft of torque and a massive 720 bhp. The difference between this and the GT R Pro, the next fastest variant, is 143bhp and 74lb-ft, which is significant.

The new engine of the series boasts a flat-plane crankshaft, which is a racing spec. The modified cylinder firing order enhances the throttle response, while the bigger turbos are attached to anti-friction bearings, new camshafts, and a better intercooler and exhaust. All of these advancements allow the vehicle to go from 0 to 62 mph in 3.2 seconds, while its top speed is 202 mph. If you’re looking for a good investment and have enough savings for a car, you can have this one for $389,000.

 2020 Pagani Huayra Imola

This could be the most powerful Pagani ever made — and most expensive as well. This car got its name from the Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari track, which is situated in Imola, Italy. The Huayra Imola’s engine was exclusively developed by Mercedes-AMG for Pagani. It is equipped with a twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12, which results in a breathtaking 827 horsepower and 1,100 Newton-meters, or 811 pound-feet, of torque.

This sports car is 2,747 pounds but has no given price. Imola is 36 HP and 50 Nm more powerful than the $2.5 million Huayra BC Roadster. That being said, expect that this new Huayra will be more expensive. Even Motor1 estimated the price of the sports car to be around $3.5 million. However, even if you can get that amount from a personal loan, you won’t be able to snag one since all five Huayra Imola have already been sold.

Ferrari Monza SP1 And SP2

Did you know that MasterChef’s Gordon Ramsay owns one of these cars? Yes, he does! He specifically acquired the SP2. Well, the difference between these siblings is just the seating capacity and their weight. The SP1, rather inconveniently, can only accommodate the driver, while the others can accommodate more.

Reports state that Ferrari might produce less than 500 of these Monzas, which is kind of usual, considering that many rich people expressed willingness to get one. Among the stunning features of both the Monza SP1 and SP2 is their 6.5-liter V-12 engine that can produce 799 horsepower at 8,500 RPM. All of these permit the two sports cars to run 0-62 mph in 2.9 seconds, and it can accelerate to 124 mph in 7.9 seconds. If you dare, you can drive this to its top speed of more than 186mph. With its reported price of $2 million, even someone with a degree in finance might not be able to afford one.

2020 BMW M2 CS Racing

If you haven’t decided what car to buy and are still holding onto those business loans you just got, knowing this next car might not be good for you and your money. The delivery for the new BMW M2 CS Racing began in mid-2020. This vehicle made noises even before its release since it was marketed as an entry-level racing car that had an affordable price tag — starting at $105,160.

In this beast, you’ll find the BMW M TwinPower Turbo Technology equipped in the S55 6-cylinder in-line engine, which has a magnitude of 2,979 cc. Depending on the Permit B classification or Balance of Performance, this car can deliver between 280HP and 365HP, while its torque of 550 Nm is routed to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. Don’t worry, even if this is just an entry-level, Nordschleife gave it a passing score after it underwent several endurance tests.

2021 Lexus LC 500 Convertible Inspiration Series

Imagine arriving at an alumni party riding this jaw-dropping car. You’ll be the talk of the town for sure. However, you can only do that if you have $119,800. This sports car has a 5.0-liter V8 that can deliver 398 lb-ft of torque and 471 horsepower. Not too shabby, right? In case you are with your friends, why not use the 13-speaker Mark Levinson system? Songs you play will still be clear and crisp even at high speeds.

You can also spend those cash loans you have by adding $18,000 for the premium model, where you can get a SmartAccess key card, a de-icer windshield, and a steering wheel with heated leather-trims, among others. However, Gear Patrol mentioned that the chance of finding this car is “very slim” especially since only 100 of this was made. So they suggested the Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet as an alternative.

2021 Jaguar F-Type First Edition

If Jaguar is your brand, take a look at this new F-Type First Edition, which offers stunning enhancements in comparison to the typical F-Type. This has a decent engine — a 3.0L V6, which can create 373 HP and 339 pound-feet of torque. It is routed to an 8-speed quick shift automatic transmission. The 20-Inch Five-Spoke Wheels will help the sports car travel from 0 to 60 in 4.9 seconds and it has a top speed of 171 mph.

Its coupe body will only come in three stunning color choices: Santorini Black, Fuji White, and Eiger Grey. The interior is also packed with several features for comfortability. It includes aluminum gearshift paddles, an ebony suede headliner, 12-Way Windsor Seats, and an exclusive aluminum center console paired with the First Edition branding, to name a few. If you have a high credit limit, you can have this car for around $90,000.

Smart ForJeremy

During the Los Angeles Auto Show in 2012, a unique-looking car caught the attention of all the car enthusiasts — the Smart ForJeremy. To name some of the specifications, this car has a 1.0L three-cylinder engine that can deliver 102 HP and an estimated 90 torque. This coupe can travel from 0 to 60 in 13 seconds, and has a top speed of 90 mph.

At the back of the ForJeremy, you’ll find a pair of wings, which made the compact car more distinct. The interior is very immaculate, but with a touch of black. The door center panels, seats, kneepads, and gear knob are all covered with embossed leather, while the diamond stitching on the surfaces gives the vehicle elegance. However, since this car can only cater to two passengers, including the driver, buying this car is solely for aesthetics — but if you have enough garage space and investment money, you can purchase this from $43,400 to $52,900.

Ferrari J50

You might not have heard of this since Apperta, California, and LaFerrari, have taken the spotlight for the luxury brand. But the J50 is also worth your attention after it was announced in December 2016. This prancing horse came to life to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Ferrari in Japan, and it’s based on the Ferrari 488 Spider.

The J50 is also equipped with a 3.9-liter V-8, just like the previously mentioned car, but with a slight upgrade. This one can deliver 681 HP and a torque of 560 pound-feet. According to Top Speed, since Spider was the inspiration, it can run from 0 to 60 mph in three seconds and has a top speed of 203 mph. The former had a retail price of $275,000, so expect that the J50 will be more expensive and might go around $450,000. Unfortunately, even if you have this car as an your investment, the ten units that were made are probably already sold out.

 Lamborghini Sesto Elemento

Before applying for a money loan to buy a sports car, take a closer look at the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento. This supercar was displayed at the 2012 Pebble Beach Concours, and it offers features that anyone would want. The V10 engine can deliver 570 HP, and it has a power-to-weight ratio of 1.75kg per horsepower, as well as a torque of 540 Nm or 398 lbf⋅ft that’s routed in a 6-gear e-gear transmission. This beast can travel from 0 to 60 mph in as quick as 2.5 seconds.

According to Top Speed, the Sesto Elemento can accelerate higher than 186 mph. Unfortunately, for its whopping value of $2.2 million, all 20 units have already been purchased. In La Jolla, a high-end dealership stated that only three units will be available in the US, so we suggest you find another Lambo for yourself. How about a Lamborghini Reventon?