What are the most expensive cars of all time? Cars have become more and more of a necessity rather than a luxury nowadays. More people can afford to own cars over the world and it is no longer seen as a status symbol. However, there are highly expensive cars with interesting features that bring joy to any automobile lover. There are many changes now in the way cars are being made and used. They have become more automated and have transformed into sophisticated machines with electronic devices that do most of the things, leaving the driver with very little to do. These cars are also much safer, smoother, and more comfortable. Then, there are the green cars powered by electricity, which will be the future of automobiles. We have compiled a list of the most expensive cars of all time.
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One item on our list is the Bugatti Chiron, a car that is extremely powerful – and absolutely no use on our clogged roads. Bugatti was purchased by Volkswagen in 2001, and they developed a model, Veyron, that would have more than 1,000 hp. They sold it at more than $1 million, but they suffered huge losses. However, they worked more on the model and developed the Bugatti Chiron, which is priced at US$2.7 million. This car seems to be working out with its 8-litre quad-turbocharged engine and power of 1,470 hp.
When it comes to high-priced cars, the Ferrari brand is well-known. The Ferrari LaFerrari is a hybrid hypercar. It has an engine capacity of 6.3 liters, an electric motor and has a power of more than 940 hp. The model is priced at US$1.4 million. There are much more other such cars, including the Lamborghini Centenario and the Pagani Huayra. You can check out our complete list of the most expensive cars of all time on our list. Our list does not include vintage or antique cars but is focused more on cars available at market prices to anyone who can afford to buy and drive them. However, we have included limited edition cars as well as sports cars, the latter of which could not be driven on the roads. These cars are most likely only to be owned by millionaires, and are quite popular in the Middle East, where such cars are driven in good numbers.