We can all dream, right?
Imagine what life would be like if you were to win the lottery. What would you do first? Quit your job? By a new house? A new car? Heck, why not a yacht? All of which would be possible if you were to score the winning ticket with those coveted matching numbers. We know, it sounds too good to be true but it does happen to a lucky minority (ok, a fraction of a minority). But you're allowed to dream, right? Of course, so we gathered up 10 of some of the most expensive cars you can buy right now.
The Lamborghini Veneno, of which only three were built, costs $4,500,000. Thing is, all three were immediately sold so it won't be easy to convince one of the owners to sell. Money talks, right?
The Lykan Hypersport is a $3,400,000 hypercar with a six-cylinder bi-turbo engine with a total of 750 hp. 0-62 happens in only 2.8 seconds and has a top speed of 245 mph. Worth. Every. Penny.
Of course the Bugatti Veyron Super Sports would make this list. After all, it has a $2,400,000 price tag. What's more, it's one of the fastest cars in the world with a top speed of 267 mph.
The Ferrari F60 America was built to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the company's launch in the US. Based on the F12berlinetta, it's packing that awesome 6.3-liter V12 with 740 hp under its hood. And it's roofless. All yours for $2,500,000, if you can manage to snag one of the 10 built.
Never heard of a mega car? Well, you're about to. The Koenigsegg One:1 is a true masterpiece of engineering. Its in-house built twin-turbocharged V8 produces a total of 1,341 hp. And it weighs the same in kg, hence the name One:1. Just six were built at a cost of nearly $2,000,000.
The One-77 may just be the greatest Aston Martin built. Ever. Obviously that's entirely subjective, but with a 750 hp V12 and a top speed of 220 mph, it's hard to disagree. 77 were built at a price of $1,850,000 a pop.
Couldn't snag a Koenigsegg One:1? You're not alone. Fortunately there's also the Koenigsegg Agera R. It too has a twin-turbocharged 5.0-liter V8 spitting out 1,115 hp and an electronically limited top speed of 233 mph. Just fork over $1,600,000 and it's all yours.
How could we not put this one on the list? The LaFerrari is a $1,300,000 example of everything a modern Ferrari should be and much, much more. Power is derived from a 6.3-liter V12 with 789 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque. Unlike any previous Ferrari, this car is supplemented by a 161 hp electric motor for extra power bursts. Combined output: 950 hp.
A hypercar from Denmark? Sure, why the hell not. The Zenvo ST1 looks outright insane, as it should for something that costs $1,255,000. With a total of 1,104 hp from its turbocharged and supercharged 6.8-liter V8, you'll blast from 0-62 mph in 2.9 seconds. Top speed? 233 mph.
If you're more interested in being chauffeured around town, then here's your answer: the now discontinued Maybach Landaulet. Based on the previous generation Mercedes-Benz S-Class and powered by a V12, it's anything but slow. More importantly, backseat passengers are devoured in luxury. A new house will be needed because your old one will suck compared to this car.