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As you might expect, many of the world’s most expensive cars come from legendary automakers. Bugatti, Lamborghini, and Ferrari probably come to mind immediately, but there are also some very
expensive vehicles from companies you might not have expected. Here a list of some of the most expensive cars in the world, limited to only one car per automaker to keep things a little more


With a base price of 1.7 million dollars, this car is undoubtedly the most expensive street car on the market. It also boasts the ability to go from 0 to 60 in only 2.5 seconds, making it the
fastest street car as well. The fully decked version, with all the options, lists for around 2.4 million dollars.


Martin One-77

There are only 77 units of this car, hence the name One-77. It has a list price of around 1.85 million dollars. The engine can push the car from 0 to 60 in 3.4 seconds, and has a total available
horsepower of 220mph. To be fair, the Pagani Zonda Clinque Roadster lists for the same price and is only slightly slower.


Lamborghini Reventon

The Lamborghini Reventon is even more rare the Aston-Martin One-77. With only 20 of these cars built, and having an ultra-stylish design, it is easy to see how it could retail for 1.6 million
dollars. The Reventon can get from 0 to 60 in only 3.3 seconds, and boasts a top speed of 211 mph.



If a sedan is more your style, the Maybach Landaulet might be the family car you have been dreaming of. It can get to 60mph in only 5.2 and has a convertible roof. This sleek machine is currently
the most expensive 4-door car on the market, and is presented as an ideal choice for business people who have private drivers.


Zenvo ST1

Priced at 1.2 million dollars and able to go from 0-60 in 2.9 seconds, the Zenvo ST1 has a top speed of 233mph. This sleek machine is produced by a new Danish car maker and comes with a promise to
fly in technicians to keep it running in top form. But order yours soon, because there are only 15 units of this beauty slated to be produced.


The Low End of the High

For those who want to drive around in the high life but cannot justify spending more than a few hundred thousand, here are the 10 most expensive cars on the mass-produced market. They are also, for
the most part, made by automakers with names we have seen on the streets:


1. Saleen S7 $395,000
2. Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible $363,990
3. Bentley Azure Convertible Mulliner $376,485
4. Lamborghini Murcielago $273,000
5. Aston Martin Vanquish $228,000
6. Ferrari 575 M Maranello $215,000
7. Porsche GT2 $180,665
8. BMW Z8 $130,645
9. Mercedes-Benz CL 600 $119,595
10. Jaguar XKR 100 Coupe and Convertible $98,330




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