The 3 most expensive cars in the world

Here looking for a new car? Or are you just looking to browse all the vehicles you’ll never be able to own? Either way, we’ve compiled a list of the most expensive cars in the world right now so you can scroll with envy and perhaps plan or save for a future lease of an extremely high budget car.

3. Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro

Cost: approximately $4 million

In third place on our list, we have the Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro. This car will cost you around 4 million dollars but will surely impress everyone who sees you driving, or even standing near it.

The car won’t be out until 2020, but it’s worth holding out for. This Aston Martin will allow passengers to reach a whopping 360 km/h and push you beyond the normal capabilities of a car on the roads today.

2. Koenigsegg Trevita

Cost: approximately $4.8 million

The carbon fibre body of this car is what has given it the tagline ‘Diamonds on wheels’. It gives ‘shiny new car’ a completely new meaning. Its biofuelled, supercharged V8 also gives you a top speed of 410+ km/h which to some may seem pointless, but to others, it’s the secret power that comes with owning such a beautiful vehicle.

This is the most expensive car on this list that is available for you to purchase, lease or borrow due to the fact that the Aston Martin isn’t even out yet and the next car on the list is a one-off custom built car. So if you’re looking to show off your status or simply feel dazzling for a day, this car is the one to go for.

1. Rolls-Royce Sweptail

Cost: $13 million

This car is nearly three times the price of the previous vehicle and comes with way more than three times the class. This car was built specifically for a ‘special customer’ and is a sure way to up the profits of the Rolls-Royce business.

Whilst this car only has two seats, it makes up for it in the extremities of luxury that come with the car. The luxuries include but are not limited to: the largest and most sophisticated panoramic rooftop glass ever fitted to a car, a champagne delivery system in the centre of the car (producing the champagne in the perfect position for the passenger), and leather-wrapped carbon-fibre attaché cases for the owner’s laptop.

As this car was a custom build for that ‘special customer’, it is most likely to be unavailable for hire or lease.

Are you feeling green with envy yet? If so, remember that most people are feeling the same. If you’re looking for a thrill, try leasing a car for some time or going to a racing track to test out some super speedy cars. Whilst it’s only the super rich that can afford to buy one of these cars, there’s nothing stopping you from driving one at some point in your life.