If it’s one thing that each and every one of us (excluding Donald Trump and his fellow gold-divers) can agree on, it’s cars being fairly expensive. Whether you can afford it or not, it’s an added luxury. This may be a disadvantage for people who live in an area where everything’s isolated. Florida’s a prime example. Even if you live in an urban area such as New York, a car is convenient for traveling whenever you want and wherever you want. Take a journey through the top 6 most expensive cars in the world in 2022
Top 6 Expensive cars in the world
- Pagani Zonda C12 F
- McLaren F1
- Maybach Landaulet
- Koenigsegg Agera R and Lamborghini Reventon
- Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster and Aston Martin One-77
- The Lamborghini Veneno
6. Pagani Zonda C12 F- $667,321
First up at the plate is the Pagani Zonda C12 F, which is priced at $667,321. Part eye-Italian and sounding a bit Japanese, this demon can travel up to 215 MPH and clocks in at 3.5 seconds for reaching 0-60 MPH.
Rolling in at a price of $670,000 and no. 6 on the list is a good ole Ferrari with the Ferrari Enzo. This one’s slightly faster than the Zonda, with speeds up to 217 MPH, and can travel 0-60 MPH in 3.4 seconds.
There’s limited supply for this make. Knowing Ferrari maintains a worldly reputation, one can infer that these cars are auctioned off for $1 million apiece.
5. McLaren F1- $970,000
The next car is no. 5 in line, with respect to withholding a pricetag marked for $970,000; McLaren F1. Despite its age of +15 years, this monster conquers the Pagani Zonda and Ferrari Enzo, with speeds up to 240 MPH and taking 3.2 seconds to reach 0-60 MPH. Then there’s the Hennessey Venom GT Spyder.
Sure, it can be accelerated to 0-60 in 2.5 seconds. However, it’s marked for $1.1 million. If you have the need for speed (as well as green eggs and ham), then by all means! Running a few red lights in 6th is the Zenvo ST1, with speeds up to 233 MPH and clocks in at 2.9 seconds.
Did I mention that one must fork up $1,225,000 for this white Transformer beauty? For what it’s worth, the company that brought forth the Zenvo intends to compete in the departments of speed, and style.
4. Maybach Landaulet
Finishing the race at no. 4 with a price tag of $1.38 million is the Maybach Landaulet. Clocking in at 5.2 seconds for reaching 0-60 MPH categorizes this subtle piece of the machine as a luxury car. Its design caters to those who hold the rank of CEO or people that are just simply wealthy and hire a personal driver for themselves
3. Koenigsegg Agera R and Lamborghini Reventon
Next up at the plate is the Koenigsegg (I empathize with you in attempting to pronounce this word) Agera R and Lamborghini Reventon. Both are priced at $1.6 million. With speeds up to 270 MPH (max is 260 due to a certain installation performed on the car) and can go 0-60 MPH in 2.8 seconds, the Agera R is literally classified as a “supercar” thus far. The Reventon is far much more sluggish than the Agera R, with a max speed of 211 and taking 3.3 seconds to reach the 0-60 mark. What earns Reventon a price of $1.6 million is the rarity of the make and unique design.
2. Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster and Aston Martin One-77
Rocketing in at no. 2 are the Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster and Aston Martin One-77. Both cars cost $1.85 million. The Cinque Roadster is considerably slow compared to the other guys (or girls if you prefer cars having feminine names), with speeds up to 217 MPH and clocking in at 3.4 seconds.
At least the body has a nice classy touch! The Aston Martin One-77 is composed of brawn and beauty with a lush exterior design and packing 750 horsepower, clocking in at 3.4 seconds, and the capability of traveling up to 220 MPH.
Feeling from the po-po after stealing $2.4 million from someone’s bank account at no. 2 is the Bugatti Veyron Super Sportscar. It’s astonishing how this car’s legal on the streets with legitimate speeds up to 267 MPH and reaching 0-60 MPH in 2.5 seconds.
1. The Lamborghini Veneno
Drum roll* The number one most expensive car in the world is, yet, another Lamborghini, the Lamborghini Veneno. This money-hungry vehicle priced at $3.9 million, can get you from 0 to 60 in 2.8 seconds, and travels at a maximum speed of 221 MPH. It may be frightening to some pockets when 2015 inches closer.