Do you have a couple million dollars to spare? If so, you can explore this list of the top 10 most luxurious and expensive cars as a serious buyer. But back in reality, most of us will just read on in gaping-mouthed admiration. The below cars are incredible, fine-tuned machines with performance grades that just qualify as legal. Some of them have had production runs of less than 50, but they are all street legal—in other words, they are all real cars you could find in the street, if anyone had the guts to drive these masterpieces and not just place them behind a bullet-proof shield.
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Only three of these monstrous $3.9 million behemoths exist, according to Lamborghini.com. It reaches a top speed of 221 mph and goes from zero to 60 in 2.8 jaw-dropping seconds, which isn’t even the fastest car on this list.
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This is. Bugatti.com reports that the Veyron is the fastest street-legal car in existence, reaching 60 mph at 2.5 seconds. For safety’s sake, the car comes built-in with a Formula 1 safety engine to counterbalance against its 1,000 horsepower engine. The car can be yours for $2.4 million.
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This vehicle is on the market for $1.85 million and is known to be shockingly lightweight, as detailed at Pagani.com. Only five were made.
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This brand was made famous by James Bond, and this particular vehicle goes for a modest $1.85 million, reports the official Aston Martin website. Only 77 exist though, and they’ve all been bought.
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For a staggering $1.6 million, the Lamborghini Reventon can be in your garage today. It is the most expensive street-legal non-concept Lamborghini on the market. Only 20 lucky people own one, according to Sports Car Guru.
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The Landaulet is the dark horse of the list. It is substantially lesser known than the sportier cars here, but it has a luxurious rich-man feel about it. It goes for an impressive $1.4 million, reports Cars.com, and it is the luxury vehicle of choice for those who prefer their cars less exotic and more sedan-like.
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At a chilling $1.25 million, this vehicle has made Denmark a country to watch for in the supercar industry. Only 15 will be produced, and Denmark is putting them out at a slow pace. A top speed of 233 can be attained with ease, Zenvo Automative reports.
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This vehicle will set you back $970,000, reports World’s Richest Man. The F1 reaches 0-60 in 3.5 seconds, and it has that classic lift-door appeal famously coined by Lamborghini. Radical-looking, high performance Nitto tires perfectly accompany the McLaren F1.
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You can find an entry-level Porsche sitting in any parking lot, but the $845,000 Spyder is a harder find. The vehicle was released as recently as Sept. 18 after Porsche received extensive pressure from fans interested in seeing it move to production. The vehicle is also seeing a production run of 918, which is surprisingly high given its price and grade, details Porsche.com.
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BMW just makes the list with their own 1991 classic car, the BMW Nazca M12, as detailed at SuperCars.net. At $650,000, this is most expensive BMW currently on the market but the cheapest on this list.
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