It is no secret that some classic cars achieve ludicrous prices at auctions. Recently, a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO sold for a staggering $48 million. So, it won’t be long before you will see a $50 million car that will break the record for the most expensive vehicle ever. But, what about those new cars?
The single digit inflation index makes cars more expensive with every new model. And, due to various economic factors, there are no more budget-friendly cars on the market. But, what about the other end of the spectrum? What are the world’s most expensive new cars of today? Read on to find out lots more.
With a price tag of $2.7 million, the new Chiron hypercar is not the most expensive. Not even close. In fact, it is somewhat affordable compared to some of the other cars on this list. So what do you get for $2.7 million? You get a massive 8.0-liter W16 engine, 1,500 HP and a 286 mph top speed. Also, you get a truckload of heritage and legend people connect to the Bugatti brand.