1962 Ferrari 250 GTO

Year: 1962

Value: $ 38.1 million

The Ferrari 250 GTO is the most advanced sports car of the 1960s. It monopolized the world sportscar championship in its heyday. It is a variant of the Ferrari 250, which is one of the most important models in Ferrari history. Mass-produced Ferrari. Production continued from 1952 to 1964, during which time the Ferrari 250 GTO produced only 36 cars. The 250 GTO was discontinued until 1964, also announcing the end of the 250 era.

From 1952 to 1964, the three-liter Type 125 engine ruled the main power system of the entire Ferrari depot for 12 years. Among them, each of the 250 models only had different wheelbases and tuning differences. A total of 250 GT Europa, 250 GT Boano, 250 GT Ellena, 250 GT Coupe Pininfarina, 250 GT Lusso, 250 GT Berlinetta, 250 GT Cabriolet, 250 GT California Spyder, 250 GTE / 2 + 2, etc., are also quite complicated. From 1963, Ferrari began to use the Colombo V12 engine with a displacement of 4.0 liters, combined with a 275 frame, to become the 330 series model.

The Ferrari 250 GTO is a veritable gem in today’s car scene. Since its inception, the record has been galloping on the racing track, and the record is brilliant.

Mansory Vivere Limited Edition Bugatti Veyron

Year: 2005

Value: $ 3.4 million

The beast of this car is one of the fastest cars ever. Mansory Vivere’s limited-edition Bugatti Veyron was developed and designed by Volkswagen’s German carmaker-although it was actually made by Bugatti, hence its name.

Equipped with LEDs, a large side oscilloscope and a smooth carbon fiber body, the car was declared the Car of the Decade in 2000. There are only two such bad boys in the world, although it will continue to be transformed after its release in 2005.

Collectors and car critics agree that this may be the perfect luxury car. Equipped with an impressive 8-liter W16 engine, this slick car could be an explosive vehicle driving on open roads.

Aston Martin Valkyrie

Year: 2019

Value: $ 3.2 million

Aston Martin is a real breakthrough in modern design. Named after creatures from Nordic mythology, Aston Martin Valkyrie turns air into speed boost with its revolutionary chassis design. The first batch of these plans is for the track, and about 150 vehicles are expected to enter the market sometime in 2019.

Valkyrie uses a 1,130-horsepower engine that goes from zero to 60 in 2.5 seconds. Also: This baby is actually a hybrid electric vehicle.

Inside there are various consoles and live specifications for Edge Sci-Fi. According to reports, these seats will be custom-designed for buyers, using 3D scanning of the body. And the interior is very spacious.

1955 Jaguar D-type

Year: 1955

Value: $ 21.7 million

Jaguar manufactured the legendary D-Type from 1954 to 1957. But once it entered the market, it became clear that they had created a winner. Its revolutionary cockpit design was crafted by aircraft engineers of the Second World War.

The car was originally designed just to win the 24-hour Le Mans race in France. This classic car was recently relaunched on the 1955 and 2005 models. But the original D-Types, a few of them still exist, and their prices have exceeded the world’s auction records.

The largest sales were $ 21.7 million. One of the most expensive luxury cars in car history.


McLaren P1 LM

Year: 2013

Value: $ 3.6 million

In 2013, McLaren Automotive’s British carmaker crafted something special: the McLaren P1 LM. Although it’s basically just a slightly modified P1 GTR, the P1 LM broke the record of the fastest street legal vehicle on the road when it was released.

On the right track, this baby can reach 1,000 horsepower an hour. The McLaren P1 LM is powered by a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, gold-plated (obviously). Its rear fins, larger front splitter and lighter engine can all be combined into one powerful machine.

Its owners reportedly live in the United States, Britain, United Arab Emirates and Japan. We can only imagine how much fun they have when they are flying.

Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita

Year: 2006

Value: $ 4.8 million

The legendary Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita uses a 1,004-horsepower engine that rivals most jet aircraft. Its sleek design and gorgeous dynamics make it the true king of the road.

It also has a scheming entertainment system built-in, and a custom dual carbon wing on the back. Yes, when the sun is just right, it sparkles like a diamond.

1956 Aston Martin DBR1

Year: 1956

Value: $ 22.5 million

This is likely to be the most expensive British car ever made or sold. Most notable is that it won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1959.

When they designed this beauty, Aston Maker basically started from scratch. Legendary designer Ted Cutting personally oversees most of the work, thoroughly overhauling the bodywork, and adding a triangular modern iconic side vent.

Its cockpit body is the most elegant vintage car. No wonder James Bond is a fan of Aston Martin!

Lamborghini Veneno Roadster

Year: 2014

Value: $ 4.5 million

This Lamborghini Veneno Roadster is estimated to be affordable for only 9 people on this planet. This beast combines one of Lamborghini’s most powerful engines with its classic, ultra-stylish aerodynamic design.

Its 6.5-liter V12 engine can output up to 740 horsepower. It is reported to reach 60 mph in 2.8 seconds. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Lamborghini, Veneno Roadster is based on its predecessor, Aventador. Its carbon fiber hull is the lightest in a luxury sports car.

In addition, “Veneno” in Spanish translates directly into “poison.”

Ferrari Pininfarina

Year: 2013

Value: $ 3 million

Ferrari redesigned and upgraded this sports car: Ferrari Pininfarina. Legend has it that it is intended to honor the late son of Italian car designer Pininfarina.

Ferrari only buys them as invited. This is one of the most unique (and expensive) cars on the market. Just like its predecessor Spider, the Ferrari Pininfarina has a 4.5-liter V8 engine (accurate to F136) that can reach 562 horsepower.

Its carbon fiber frame is surprisingly lightweight-actually lighter than the Spider. Even long-time Ferrari fans are frightened by its design, especially the headrests that are embedded in the cabin.

1957 Ferrari 335 S

Year: 1957

Value: $ 35.7 million

As one of the fastest speed cars of all time, the Ferrari 335 S is made for the track-this is also where scars are always scarred in the history of racing. The car caused the infamous 1957 Mille Miglia racing accident.

As many remember, this was a race where the 335 S popped the tires out of control and rushed into the auditorium. Nine spectators were killed along with the driver and co-driver of the car. This accident once again rewritten the rules of racing around the world, and finally made this car stand out.

However, despite this, the 1957 Ferrari 335 S also achieved a fabulous position among car enthusiasts.

Mazzanti Evantra Millecavalli

Year: 2019

Value: $ 1.2 million

The 2019 supercar Evantra is upgraded. Starting from the engine, Evantra Millecavalli is equipped with a V8 twin-turbo engine up to 7.2 liters, which can reach zero to 60 revolutions in only 2.7 seconds.

The exterior has also been gorgeously overhauled, making it one of Mazzanti’s most iconic designs. The braking system is probably one of its most innovative redesigns. Its custom-made carbon-ceramic brakes stop the vehicle from 186 mph to full stop in 7 seconds.

1954 Mercedes-Benz W196

Year: 1954

Value: $ 29.6 million

For a large number of car fans there, there is nothing better than it. The Mercedes-Benz 1954 W196 is a legendary Formula One champion racer. This sleek, powerful small beast dominated the racing world before 1954 and 55, and then produced the 300 SLR-the car was notorious for the 1955 Le Mans race.

Soon after, Mercedes-Benz will disappear from the racing world until 30 years later. At the time, the W196 had one of the most powerful engines. But the best feature of this car is undoubtedly its design, it has won the awards of the track in the 1950s.

The driver reportedly complained that driving the car was tricky. Especially when turning (which makes sense given its size and height close to the ground). Regardless, this historic sports car will be one of the most popular vehicles.

Bugatti Chiron

Year: 2016

Value: $ 2.7 million

Named after Grand Prix racer Louis Chiron, Bugatti’s Chiron went public in 2016 and received a lot of praise. This two-door beauty has a powerful 8-liter quad-turbo W16 engine (this is a mid-engine). To keep vehicles street legal, its maximum speed is capped at 261 mph.

As we all know, it broke the world record of the fastest zero to 249 mph-it finished in 32.6 seconds. It can reach zero to 60 mph in just 2.4 seconds.

As fans have noticed, Chiron imitates Bugatti’s unique Vision Gran Turismo model. But its incredible engine surpasses any other vehicle launched by Bugatti. As expensive as this model, Bughatti released a by-product in 2018-called Chiron Sport-which actually cost nearly $ 500,000!

Lykan HyperSport

Year: 2013

Value: $ 3.4 million

Lebanese automaker W Motors launched a diamond-cut facelift in 2013. Dubbed the first true supercar in the Middle East, the United Arab Emirates adopted this sporty science fiction miracle for Abu Dhabi’s police force.

You may also notice the leading role of HyperSport in the seventh Fast and Furious movie (Fast 7). Oh, and its headlights are cut with 15-carat diamonds.

Lykan HyperSport has come to the fore with its incredibly luxurious design, and much more. The automaker equips it with a twin-turbo 3.8-liter engine in the middle and rear. With a top speed of 240 mph, it can absolutely satisfy any and all thrilling fantasies.


Year: 2012

Value: $ 2.8 million

Top Gear’s 2012 Supercar of the Year is the world-famous Huayra of Pagani, Italy. Its name comes from an ancient Fengshen. From the appearance of this beast, this is a very appropriate title.

Its customized twin-turbo engine (6-liter V12 engine) can reach 0 to 60mph in 2.8 seconds. It achieves a huge speed by changing its height as it can adapt to the road.

The car has also appeared in Hollywood movies such as “Transformers: The Age of Extinction” and various video games, including Grand Theft Auto Online.

1939 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900 B Lungo Spider

Year: 1939

Value: $ 19.8 million

In the 1930s, Alfa Romeo’s classic 8-cylinder (8C series) sports car was the most classic.

The “Lungo” chassis is long; Alfa Romeo has also introduced a short form for most models. In its heyday, these car marvels were the fastest racers on the track. But when one of them was sold at auction for nearly $ 20 million, it also became one of the most expensive cars ever.

Its classic new sporty look has been imitated by automakers so far. But it’s important to remember that it all started with Alfa Romeo.

1956 Ferrari 290 MM

Year: 1956

Value: $ 28 million

This extremely rare car was raced for the Mille Miglia road race, which was successfully won in 1956.

Ferrari gave this 290 MM 3.5-liter V12 engine a maximum speed of 173 miles per hour-a feat in the mid-1950s. Its iconic red surface and racing track make it a classic that will stand the test of time.

Ford GT40

Year: 1968

Value: $ 11 million

Probably one of the most expensive American cars ever, Ford’s power horsepower GT40 is an extraordinary achievement in automotive engineering. Personally, I just love its decorative inspiration and color.

This is the car that clinched the gold medal in the Le Mans 24 Hours for four consecutive years. The GT66 won gold, silver, and bronze in the 1966 race (the grandson of Henry Ford was reportedly present to watch the victory of his racing speed).

Over the years, Ford has produced many models for this successful race car and completed it at Mark IV. Strangely enough, a commemorative version of GT40 retro paint was recently released in Canada. Obviously, this automobile legend will always be the iconic cornerstone of automobile culture.

1937 Mercedes-Benz 540K Special Sports Car

Year: 1936

Value: $ 11.7 million

This iconic German car was once the car of Hollywood studio director Warner Brothers. Mercedes-Benz first started manufacturing the 540K series in 1936. This luxury car is a large vehicle that can easily accommodate seven people.

In the early days of World War II, automakers were told to start equipping their 540K with bulletproof glass and armored hulls. These new, war-ready cars were given to Germany’s top Nazi officers (Hitler reportedly gave one to the Croatian leader).

Of all 540K models produced by Mercedes-Benz, the company produces only 58 special Roadster models. The slender chassis makes these huge cars not capable of driving fast. But they are durable and a bit like private tanks on the road.

1930 Bentley Speed ​​Six Tourer

Year: 1930

Value: $ 5.6 million

Bentley’s aesthetic proposition for cars is the powerful Speed ​​Six Tourer, a classic car that became famous in the 1930 race against the blue train. “Wagon” refers to the open body typical of early cars.

The Speed ​​Six station wagon is a significant improvement over earlier Bentley models, which have a 6.5-liter engine. Its patented braking system-a separate brake that allows the driver to individually manipulate each tire as needed-makes it legendary.

Speed ​​Six combines new breakthroughs in engine mechanics with Bentley braking systems. The result is a very successful car that remains the hallmark of Bentley’s incredible history in the British car industry.


1967 Ferrari 275 GTB / 4 S NART Spyder

Year: 1967

Value: $ 27.5 million

In the late 1960s, Luigi Chinetti was Ferrari’s North American distributor. After seeing the success of the 250 California Spyder, he personally called on Enzo Ferrari to do the same for the 275 GTB / 4. The result was a miracle in automotive art.

The 275 GTB / 4 S NART Spyder, hailed as the “most satisfying sports car in the world” when Road & Track was released, will continue to be a near-fabulous place. Repainted yellow car famously driven by Faye Dunaway in the famous Thomas Crown incident.

Ferrari only produced 10 NART Spyders because the car didn’t sell much when it went on sale in 1967. If only they could see its success today. This car is now one of the rarest and most expensive models in the world.

McLaren F1

Year: 1995

Value: $ 15.6 million

It started as a consumer car and then transformed into a successful racing car (usually the opposite way). McLaren produced many by-products of F1 during the 1990s. But the 1995 model is the most legendary.

Known as the fastest production car on the highway, F1 usher in a new era of sports cars. It became so successful that McLaren converted it into a racing car.

Rolls Royce Sweptail

Year: 2017

Value: $ 13 million

This unique handmade luxury car was hailed as the most expensive car on the market when it debuted in 2017.

The interior is crafted from fine wood and leather, filled with hidden compartments and skylights. Other than that, little is known about this elusive vehicle other than its engine (6.75-liter V12 engine), top speed (only 150 mph) and horsepower (435 horsepower).

There are rumors that its mysterious owner worked with Rolls-Royce to model the owner’s many yachts. In fact, it looks a bit like a yacht passing through the water from behind the body.

Duesenberg MODO J.

Year: 1930

Value: $ 22 million

Although the company has only been around for about 24 years, American carmaker Duesenberg produced one of the most expensive and most important cars in history: MODOJ.

The company originally planned to produce about 500 luxury cars per year. But shortly after the release of Model J, the United States suffered a Great Depression. Even with Dusenberg’s re-release of the supercharged version of the car (Model SJ), sales have plummeted.

However, in its heyday, the J-type was a symbol of American wealth and high living. Clark Gable, William Randolph Hearst, Al Capone, or even the King of Spain-anyone who wants to own a MODOJ. Even Liberal has his own MODO J.

Shelby 260 Cobra

Year: 1962

Value: $ 13.7 million

The Shelby 260 Cobra-also known as the Shelby Cobra-has has undergone many iterations over the years. The first model, the Mark I, was designed to compete with Corvette. This is a joint development between American engineers at Shelby American and the British manufacturer of AC Cars.

The engineer spent several months fine-tuning the design of the 260 Cobra and replacing the engine. At the last moment, the front of the car was redesigned, which finally perfected the revolutionary breakthrough of the new leaf spring suspension. The first version of the 260 Cobra was very popular in the United States and throughout Europe.

Sadly, the last original version of this car is no longer on the market. But Shelby America re-released a few years ago the 50th-anniversary edition of one of its predecessors, the 427 Shelby Cobra. Its retro design is as gorgeous today as it was decades ago.

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