2018 The Top 5 Most Expensive Sports Cars in the World
Cars are the die-hard choice for most people all around the world special for men. Since the invention of the engine, cars have literally taken over the roads and they’re the most time-tested means of transportation.
For some, a car might be just a tool that gets them from point A to point B, while for others it’s also a way of showing off their social status, but there are a few people out there, the elite, for whom a sports car is a piece of art, sheer pleasure, adrenaline in its purest form.
For Now, TuningCult came up with The Top 5 Most Expensive Sports Cars in the World:
5. Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio – $3 million
One of the most craved sports cars in the world is the Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio. The reason? Rarity and exclusiveness. There are only six in the entire world and money alone can’t buy it. The six cars are available by manufacturer invitation only. Or were, since they’re already sold out.
Crafted in celebration of the man behind the legend, Sergio Pininfarina, the Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio expresses purity and sensuality in a sporty and racy manner, combining the modern with the spirit of the 60’s and 70’s.
Born from the mold of the Ferrari 458 Spider, the new masterpiece comes with the same 4.5 liters 570 hp V8 engine, a top speed of 200 mph and a price tag of $3 million.
4. Bugatti Veyron by Mansory Vivere – $3.4 million
Bugatti Veyron. Everybody knows it, everybody has heard about it, everybody goes crazy about it. But now, the Veyron got an upgrade from the passionate car artists at Mansory. The result, called Vivere, is a masterpiece of good traditional craftsmanship and state of the art materials.
The bodywork parts are made of ultra light and very strong carbon fiber. The superbly modified interior conveys both elegance and functionality, while the new exterior design refinements combine luxury and technical mastery.
Add to that the 8.0-liter W16 engine and its 1200 hp and you get a dream, a powerful, beautiful dream. You get the Bugatti Veyron by Mansory Vivere. Well, if you have $3.4 million in your pockets.
3. W Motors Lykan Hypersport – $3.4 million
It looks as if it’s taken out of Transformers. It looks unearthly. The W Motors Lykan Hypersport is a Dubai-based supercar which brags with a 3.7 liter twin-turbo flat-six 770 hp engine that can push the beast from 0 to 62 mph in 2.8 seconds and to a top speed of 240 mph.
By the way, Abu Dhabi police got one of it.
From headlights with embedded jewels and gold stitching on the seats to the holographic display system on the center console, this car is a combination between art and science fiction, with an interior that leaves you feeling like a spaceship commander. Oh, the price. It’s $3.4 million.
2. Lamborghini Veneno – $4.5 million
For those who want a racing prototype that’s also fully certified for the road, the Lamborghini Veneno is a perfect choice. The alien shaped carbon fiber body gives a futuristic look to this fast and powerful Italian bull.
It has the same 6.5 liter V12 as the Aventador but it’s been boosted to 739 hp. Pedal to the metal it tops at 220 mph and goes from 0 to 60 in 2.9 seconds.
The aesthetic is ravishing, and the name says everything. Veneno, in Spanish, means poison. A poison that costs $4.5 million.
1. Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita – $4.8 million
A diamond on wheels, the Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita is the most expensive road-legal sports car in the world. Until recently, carbon fiber was only available in black, but the Swedish manufacturer covered the Trevita with a unique coated fiber solution with a diamond finish which makes the car sparkle in the sunlight like millions of tiny white diamonds.
Trevita means three whites in Swedish, as the automaker intended to create three of these marvelous cars, but due to the extreme difficulty of producing the white carbon fiber body, they only created two, one of which belongs to the legendary boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr.
The white wonder is powered by a 4.8 liter V8 which produces 1,018 hp, has a top speed of 254 mph and accelerates from 0 to 62 mph in 2.9 seconds, but the number that matters most is this: