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UPDATED: Jul 14, 2021

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In a nutshell...

  • The Lamborghini Reventon is the single most expensive Lamborghini ever made
  • The SCC’s Ultimate Aero reaches speeds up to 257 miles per hour
  • The Koenigsegg Agera R runs the same price as the Lamborghini Reventon at $1.6 million

What would you do with a million dollars? That’s a pretty common question with some pretty common answers.

But what would you do with 2.4 million dollars? Would you rather spend a modest half-million on the only American production certified supercar?

Be honest, having a supercar sounds like something you’d have fun rubbing in the faces of your friends. Read on and take your pick of these ten most expensive sports cars on Earth.

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Top 10 Most Expensive Sports Cars in the World

– 1 The Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

The Bugatti Veyron goes faster in less time than any other car, and it’s also, in general, the fastest car you can buy and still be allowed to drive.

It goes from nothing to 60 miles per hour in two and a half seconds flat, and you can push the pedal to 267 miles per hour if you want.

It will cost you 2.4 million dollars, but if you’re going to buy a car you might as well buy the best one there is, right?

– 2 Pagani’s Zonda Cinque Roadster

The Pagani’s Zonda Cinque Roadster will set you back just $1.85 million, which seems reasonable when compared to the $2.4 million price tag on the Bugatti.

If you think about it, when are you going to need speeds between 218 and 267 miles per hour, anyway? This roadster’s max speed of 217 miles per hour is still quite impressive.

You can get up to 60 miles per hour in just 3.4 seconds in this car, which is almost a full second slower than the Bugatti. However, unless you happen to be drag racing a Bugatti, no one will notice.

– 3 Lamborghini Reventon

The Lamborghini Reventon is the single most expensive Lamborghini ever made, and there are only 20 of them in the world.

$1.6 million is the price tag on this incredibly exclusive sports car with the incredibly impressive vertical doors.

Go from zero to excellent in 3.3 seconds. 211 miles per hour is your top speed, and that’s way more than your neighbor’s Volvo.

– 4 Koenigsegg Agera R

The Koenigsegg Agera R runs the same price as the Lamborghini Reventon at $1.6 million. It also runs 49 miles per hour faster for your money and gets from stopped to 60 half a second faster–in 2.8 seconds.

Understandably, $1.6 million might be a bit financially unreasonable for some, but don’t worry. With the next six cars, you could have a million dollars, buy the car, and still have money left over.

– 5 The McLaren F1

The McLaren F1 Speeds from zero to 60 miles an hour in 3.2 seconds and can get up to 240 miles an hour.

You’d spend $970,000 for this beauty, saving quite a bit on the Lamborghini while still getting the door feature that sparks envy in all who see it.

This is the Lamborghini for the budget-conscious individual, or at least for the budget-conscious individual who still wants a gorgeous and fast sports car.

– 6 The classic Ferrari Enzo

The famous Ferrari Enzo plays hard to get because it IS hard to get. There’s only 400 of them, and it can drive away from your grasp at 217 miles an hour if you let it get away.

You can get up to 60 miles per hour in 3.4 seconds, which is not too shabby. Same as the Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster, but rarer. Unlike the Roadster, this car is only $670,000.

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– The Pagani Zonda C12 F

The Pagani Zonda C12 F is significantly cheaper than its Roadster cousin. It’s priced at just $667,321. This car goes up to 215 miles per hour and takes 3.5 seconds to get to 60 miles an hour.

You’ll always be a little bit behind the Roadster drivers, but at least you’ll have plenty of extra money for gas.

– 8 SCC’s Ultimate Aero

The SCC’s Ultimate Aero reaches speeds up to 257 miles per hour. There’s only 25 of them in the world, and there aren’t many cars that could catch up to it on the road.

The Aero will go from zero to sixty in 2.7 seconds, making anyone who honks at you for hesitating at the light seriously rethink their vehicle while their car sputters up to 60 in 10 seconds.

You can pay just $654,400 for this machine, and while that might be more money than you’ve ever seen at one time, it’s still only about as much as a decent house in a metropolitan area.

– 9 Ascari A10

There are only 50 Ascari A10s produced in 2011. The rarity of this car is matched by its specs–zero to sixty in 2.8 seconds, racing speeds up to 215 miles per hour, and $650,000.

This is a substantial investment for a luxury car. But, you say you want to spend under $600,000?

– 10 Saleen S7 Twin Turbo

The Saleen S7 Twin Turbo has 750 horsepower, 248 miles per hour of horse-running fury, a 3.2 second 0-60 time frame, and is the only American production certified supercar.

It’s also the cheapest of the cars on this list, at just over half a million: $555,000 to be exact. That’s a pretty reasonable price for the 4th fastest car in the world.

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