$12 Million Is What It'll Cost To Own These 7 Awesome Supercars


Shut up and take our money (if we had it).

What you're about to see is, quite literally, the present day dream supercar and hypercar collection you crave for and likely will never get. Unless, of course, you're a rich celebrity, corporate CEO, corrupt politician, or an evil dictator. The latter two are often one in the same. Anyway, if you happen to have an extra $12 million bucks stuffed in your sock drawer, then here's how you should spend it: on these seven supercars and hypercars up for sale at Naples Motorsports in Florida.

2015 Porsche 918 Spyder. Just 918 were built and this is number 184. There's just 726 miles on its clock. It even has special ordered paint, Voodoo Blue. Price: $1,500,000.

2015 LaFerrari. This happens to be the first, ever so slightly used, LaFerrari for sale in the US. We reported on it before and it's still for sale. All yours for $5,000,000.

2014 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. This could be the very last naturally aspirated, front-engined Ferrari V12 ever. It's damn sad to even write that. With just 488 miles on the odometer, this has an asking price of $399,995.

2013 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster. There's absolutely nothing wrong with this car. It's perfection, and it even has a custom ordered beige leather interior and only 1,045 miles driven. $439,995.

2008 Koenigsegg CCX. There are supposedly only 13 Koenigseggs currently registered in the US. This is one of them, and it even has a six-speed manual transmission. $949,995.

2011 Ferrari 599 SA Aperta. This is just one of 80 examples built, therefore you must have it. Also included is a full leather luggage set. But get this: there's only 262 miles on the odo. Worth. Every. Penny. $1,500,000.

2015 McLaren P1. Your collection is now complete. This particular P1 comes with every available option, and has only 146 miles on the clock. $2,100,000.

Source Credits: blog.dupontregistry.com

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