Between 1962 and 1963, only 36 of these cars (dubbed the “Picasso of the Motoring World”) were built. This particular car not only won the 1964 Tour de France, but also finished fourth in Le Mans, another iconic motor race. It is legal on the road, has a top speed of 174 miles per hour, and can accelerate from 0 to 60 in 6.1 seconds. Even after all these years, it still has a faster acceleration than most rollercoasters.
This vehicle, also known as the Holy Grail of Ferraris, was rumoured to have sold for a record-breaking $70 million in 2018. Purchasing it entitles the owner to membership in a secret by-invitation-only club of 250 GTO owners who meet up at luxurious events around the world.
At the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland, Bugatti debuted La Voiture Noire, which translates as “the black car.” Even before the cover was pulled back on this total black beauty, it was sold to an unnamed individual for an incredible €16.7 million, or $18.9 million (that’s $12.5 million for the car, plus another $6.4 million for luxury taxes). Bugatti declined to name the buyer, but stated that it is someone who has a strong attachment to the brand.
The new La Voiture Noire packs 1,500 horsepower and 1,180 pound-foot of torque that propels it from 0 to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds. It has a quad turbo W-16 engine with a top speed of 261 mph.
This car is off the market because it was custom built based on the recommendations of a specific customer whose name the company has refused to reveal.
Rolls Royce, a company known for its luxurious rollouts, only produced 4,000 cars in 2016! It still has the same 6.75-litre twin-turbo W-12 engine that produces 453 horsepower and 531 pound-feet of torque, allowing the $13 million ride to accelerate to 60 mph in 5.6 seconds before topping out at 150 mph.
Bugatti makes a re-entry here with its Centodieci. The name translates to the number 110 in Italian. The aesthetic beauty coincided with Bugatti’s 110th anniversary.
Bugatti created a re-imagining of the iconic EB110, which was considered the world’s fastest and most extraordinary supercar when it was introduced in 1991. The Chiron-based homage to the EB110 will be produced in limited numbers of 10
Bugatti Centodieci is powered by a tuned version of the Chiron’s powertrain. The 8.0-litre behemoth delivers 1577bhp. The Centodieci can hit zero to 100kmph in a mere 2.4 seconds. However, the top speed has been electronically limited to 380kmph compared to Chiron’s 420kmph.
The best large car. With sleek lines and a rounded, slim silhouette that feels like a sophisticated rendition of an animated billionaire’s car, the Exelero is a specific version of Mercedes Benz’ Maybach that was commissioned by Goodyear to showcase their tyres to their full potential.
Under the hood, you’ll find a twin-turbo V12 engine capable of producing 690 hp and 752 pound-feet of torque. With that kind of power, you’ll be able to travel anywhere and quickly!
This Bugatti series is a one-of-a-kind vehicle, with production strictly limited to 40 units. Divo has 90 kg (198 lbs) more downforce than the Chiron and has a higher lateral acceleration of 1.6 g. The increased wheel camber has a maximum speed limited to 380 km/h (236 mph). The Divo is based on the Chiron and shares the same 8-litre quad-turbo W16 engine that makes 1479 bhp of max power and gets from 0-100 kmph in just 2.4 seconds.
Veneno Roadstar has an electronically controlled all-wheel drive system (Haldex gen. IV) with rear mechanical self-locking differential having a 6.5 litres aspirated V12 engine and a top speed of 355 km/h. The hulk has no roof, instead, it has a strong rollover bar for optimum safety. With a maximum output of 552 kW / 750 hp, the Veneno Roadster accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.9 seconds and top speed stands at 355 km/h.
The Lamborghini Veneno Roadster is driven by a twelve-cylinder engine with a displacement of 6.5 liters and is equipped with the extremely fast-shifting ISR transmission with five modes, permanent all-wheel drive and a racing chassis with pushrod suspension and horizontal spring/damper units
This armoured-looking car, complete with scissor doors and an interior straight out of a science fiction film, was featured in the film ‘Furious 7’ and has been drafted for patrol duty by the Abu Dhabi police! This is the first Arab supercar, built by W Motors in Lebanon.
Apart from its awesome looks, the twin-turbo mid-rear mounted 3.8 litre flat-six boxer can produce 780 hp through the rear wheels, and a 708 pound-feet of torque. It can accelerate from zero to sixty in a mere 2.8 seconds, and can reach speeds up to 240 mph.
If you’d like to drive the highly-anticipated 2020 Aston Martin Valkyrie, you have to get in line – only 150 models of this supercar will ever be produced, and each of them has already been booked.
The advanced mid-mounted powertrain takes its cue from F1™. The V12’s throttle response has been fine-tuned for a seductive sound, while the hybrid technology provides immediate acceleration.
Starkly different from a traditional hybrid system, the V12 is torque-enhanced during take-off and uses the electric motor for a power boost. The entire structure is made of carbon fibre. There is not a single steel component in the structure of Valkyrie. The iconic car will be powered by a naturally aspirated V12 engine with a power-to-weight ratio of 1:1.
A strictly limited-edition Bugatti Veyron masterpiece. Compared to its predecessor, the VINCERO, the VIVERE has received a comprehensive facelift at the front, consisting of modified wings, a shortened bonnet, and a striking front apron. The integrated LED daytime running lights in the front section create a particular accent, and the stylised “V” pays homage to the name VIVERE. The 8.0 litre W16 engine of the car can produce 1,001 hp and 1,106 pound-feet of torque, 0-60 IN 2.7 sec. The original version could reach up to 252 mph and was named the Car of the Decade from 2000-2009.