Trust me, there is little different between you and Mona Lisa; and don’t even dream of seeing Steve McQueen’s Mustang. The cars listed below are more than just pieces of engineering capable of ferrying you to 60 mph faster than a flash of light striking cheetah. You can only think of these set of cars if you have billions of dollars stashed somewhere. Have a peep, perhaps one of them falls into your circle of dream cars.
The classic 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO which is fixed at $52 million is just for honourable mention since its margin is quite wide compared to the classic cars listed below.
1. Porsche 918 Spyder —$845,00
Price does not determine the value of Porsche 918 Sypder; it comes from the future as a hybrid supercar which is powered by 887 horsepower that enable it to sprint 0 – 60 in 2.8 seconds. It can go 18 miles on the lighting in its batteries alone and still pulls 82 mpg in hybrid mode.
2. McLaren P1 — $1.1M
Under the carbon fiber of McLaren is a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 paired with onboard electric motor which is capable of 903 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque. It can achieve 60 mph in less than 3 seconds and can achieve 0 – 182 in 16.5 seconds, twice as fast as Ferrari 458 Italia and has griping capability like the Spiderman on PEDs. Engineers endorsed nearly 4,000 gallons of water.
3. Zenevo ST1— $1.2M
Denmark is not only known for its huge butter consumption; Zenevo ST1 has come to stay. With awesome result, Zenevo is powered by turbo supercharged 7.0-liter V8 which perhaps is nicked off of a P-38 Lightning. This giant powerplant is great at a top speed of 233 mph and is capable of sprinting 0 – 60 in three seconds.
4. Ferrari La Ferrari — $1.3M
At the heart of this stallion is V12 which is capable of generating 789 horsepower; however, if you hit the defibrillator with its Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS), you are sure to achieve 950 horsepower. It gets 120 mph in less than seven seconds, faster than most cars that get to 60 mph.
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5. Koenigsegg Agera R — $1.6M
The awesome Agera R’s 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 is capable of 115 horsepower which creates a huge ransom in its 885 pound-feet of torque. It sprint between 0 – 60 in only 2.9 seconds while the Swedish wedge of carbon hits a max top speed of 260 mph;; though in truth, Agera R hits 270 mph. Noteworthy is that the owners need to sign the speedy Swedes to unlock the speed limiter.
6. Lamborghini Reventon — $1.61M
Lamborghini is one of the supercars with powerfully premium interiors. You might just be careful when you strap into this 650 horsepower rocket. In Dubai, it purportedly topped 220 mph and will achieve 0 – 60 in 3.4 seconds. There is enough evidence that where it not for the Lamborghini badge, you would perhaps believe that you are in F-22 Raptor which is capable of 0 -60 in 3.4 seconds. Reventon is the second most expensive Lamborghini after the ultra-rare Veneno, exclusive of $2.2M track-only Sesto Elemento and $2.8M concept Aventador J.
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7. Aston Martin One-77 $1.8M
This British supercar comes with 7.3-liter V12 engine which generously generates 750 horsepower and 533 pound-feet of torque at a top speed of 220 mph; it sprints 0-60 within 3.4 seconds. One-77 though an ultimate expression of refined car is not the lead singer of future Metallicas, save discrete and tasteful Saudi Prince.
8. Bugatti Veyron Legend Meo Constantini — $2.8M
Built to commemorate friend of Bugatti founder and two-time winner of Targa Folorio in a Bugatti 35 and Constantini, a sort of wack job who made early motor racing victories. Underneath this legend is a Grand Sport Vitesse Roadster which draws 1200 horsepower from its W16 at a top speed of 254 mph, though might be slower than Veyron Super Sports. Its carbon fiber is painted French Racing Blue, and aluminium. And evident is the map of Targa Florio and other racing car etched both in the interior and exterior.
9. W Motors Lykan Hypersport — $3.4M
W Motors Lykan Hypersport comes with V6 which compared to a huge V12 is quite modest. It is presumably good for 245 mph and is capable of a prints of 0 – 60 within 2.7 seconds. Its nicely aggressive LED lights are adorned with diamonds and information on its speed limit is still shrouded in holographic display.
10. Lamborghini Veneno — $4M
The Lamborghini Veneno’s V12 turbos are for sissies and is capable of 750 horsepower. This Italian thunderclap achieves its sprint of zero to 60 in 2.8 seconds. Lambo is designed just to fly…on the road or Veneno is presumably in compliance with FAA regulations; its revamp is in its convertible version. The “poison” Spyder is quite fast with its speed hitting 220 mph.