We’re about to see 10 of the really most expensive and most luxurious cars that exist in the world today. Price for any of them counts in millions, so you won’t see many of these out on the road.

Koenigsegg Regera: $1.9-Million

A limited production plug-in hybrid exotic, the Koenigsegg Regera was originally unveiled at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show and costs approximately $1.9-million. The Regera is limited to just 80 units and recently, the Swedish automaker admitted it has a four-year wait list for its cars.

Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta: $2.1-Million

Although the Ferrari LaFerrari Coupe debuted at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, the Aperta convertible variant didn’t arrive until the 2016 Paris Motor Show. And, like other cars on the market, the convertible LaFerrari demands a nice premium over the standard coupe, but it’s hard to determine official pricing. On the higher end of the spectrum, Autocar reports a private broker claimed to be able to source a brand new unit for $3.9-million (€3.5-million) but Bloomberg reports the LaFerrari Aperta actually costs $2.1-million.

Pagani Huayra Roadster: $2.4-Million

It’s quite possibly the most attractive convertible ever created and what makes the Pagani Huayra Roadster even more impressive is that it weighs less than its coupe counterpart. This is extremely rare when it comes to convertibles, as they tend to weigh more than their coupe versions.

Pagani Huayra BC: $2.5-Million

If you love the Pagani Huayra but don’t want a roadster, take a closer look at the Huayra BC. Priced from approximately $2.5-million, the hardcore Huayra features an AMG-sourced twin-turbo V12 engine with 750 hp but it has been paired to a seven-speed automated manual transmissionengineered and built by Xtrac.

Icona Vulcano Titanium: $2.8-Million

It’s one of the more obscure supercars on the list, but the Icona Vulcano Titanium is an impressive machine, at least on paper. Powering it is a supercharged V8 engine capable of taking the car to 62 mph (100 km/h) from a standstill in 2.8 seconds thanks to its 680 hp and 605 lb-ft of torque. Icona, however, says the Vulcano can be tuned to more than 1,000 hp if the owner wants it.

Bugatti Chiron: $3-Million

Bugatti followed up its insane Veyron supercar with something even crazier called the Chiron. Pricing starts at around $2.7-million based on today’s exchange rates, and for that, you get what the French automaker calls the “world’s most powerful, fastest, most luxurious and most exclusive production super sports car.”

Aston Martin Valkyrie: $3.2-Million

Although Aston Martin itself hasn’t officially announced pricing for its Valkyrie hypercar, partner Red Bull reports it has a price tag of around $3.2-million. The British automaker plans on building 150 units and they’re all spoken for and deliveries should begin in 2019.

Lykan Hypersport: $3.4-Million

There was a time when Fast and Furious movies featured Toyota Supras, Mitsubishi Eclipses, and other “10-second” cars. These days, the cast is flying out of towering buildings in a Lykan Hypersport that costs $3.4-million. Oh yeah, there’s one in the Abu Dhabi Police Force.

McLaren P1 LM: $3.6-Million

Technically speaking, the McLaren P1 LM isn’t a production car, and that’s because it doesn’t come straight from McLaren. But it’s way too awesome to not add to the list. It’s basically a street-legal version of the track-only McLaren P1 GTR.  It’s rare and it’s expensive, with reported pricing all over the place, averaging out at about $3.6-million.

Lamborghini Veneno Roadster: $4.5-million

Lamborghini stole the show in Geneva in 2013, surprising everyone with the debut of the wild and crazy Lamborghini Veneno. The Italian automaker followed it up with the Veneno Roadster, asking $4.5-million for each of the nine units produced, making it the world’s most expensive car. Really, the Veneno Coupe should also be on the list since it sold for around $3.9-million new, but only three units were made.

 

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