Did you know that the most expensive car in the whole world costs over three million pounds? And that the least expensive car on the planet costs “only” 890,000 pounds?
Well, not the least expensive, but the last one on our “The World’s Most Expensive Cars” infographic. Unfortunately, unless you’re a millionaire, you can only look at this list and sight.
It’s not like the average car buyer can pick his next vehicle from here, but one can always dream and satisfy our curiosity.
One thing we can promise: you will be surprised with this fine selection of astonishingly expensive vehicles. Along the list you will also be able to find the main features of these cars, like their top speed and engine power.
From the amazing Maybach Exelero, with its v12 twin turbo engine, costing more than three million pounds, to the more “affordable” Zenvo ST1, for only 1,150.000 pounds with a top speed of 233 MPH.
Did you know in June, 2012, Sir Stirling Moss’s apple-green 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO sold for a staggering $35 million – that’s enough to make it the most expensive car in the world. $35 million could buy you more than 300 Porsche 911s or 2,886 Kia Picantos – just to put that into perspective!
Besides, don’t you want to find out who’s responsible for the most expensive insurance claim in history? We can give you a hint: it’s a British comedian with a passion for fast cars.
He crashed his McLaren F1 and fixing it cost almost one million pounds. Still can’t guess? Check our infographic and find out!