Most Expensive Cars

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Most Expensive Cars

top ten most expensive cars in the Well actually Forbes´ is limited to top 10 most expensive you can buy in United States, thus are U.S. prices.

10. Maybach 57 S $367,000

Maybach 57 S features a V12 engine that can produce 612 HP and 170 mph/275 km/h top speed.

57 S is new model which was designed to be a and more powerful version of its cars, the 57 and 62.

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9. Maybach 62 – $385,250

62 features a 12 Cylinder, SOHC, 5.5 engine that can produce 543 power.

62 is an ultra-luxury sedan by Mercedes-Benz), which shockingly that even such cars to build, can turn profit for car-makers.

Due to the fact that we list prices, Maybach 62 took 9th However the European version of 62 is more expensive than SLR (7th place) in Europe, the retail price of U.S. of the SLR is higher than any Maybach. It may been more interesting not to two such similar models the same manufacturer, but we have to stick with the official list of the most expensive

8. Porsche Carrera GT –

Engine: V-10, DOHC 5.7 Its ten-cylinder engine produces – the type of power can rarely be seen outside the world.

Although some auto portals claim Porsche has stopped selling its GT supercar. But currently (2006 Porsche confirms that its famous convertible is still for sale in the U.S. market, the car qualifies to be in this list.

Made in Germany.

7. Mercedes-Benz SLR – $452,750

Engine: 5.5 Supercharged V-8.

Mercedes-Benz SLR has been on worlds fastest and expensive cars lists for a while now. This car is a result of collaboration between two car brands: Mercedes and British car legend McLaren. The delightful SLR is probably the most sophisticated and of all street-legal race cars to In 2007 most expensive car this supercar is most going to be replaced by its successor SLR 722 Edition .

6. Koenigsegg CCR – $545,570

CCR engine: an 806 HP Aluminum 90 Degree, V-8 (with Dry Sump Lubrication).

CCR is not a street-legal supercar; however is already working on the solution to problem. At the recent Geneva Show, they unveiled the CCX. a derivative of its CC family is street-legal supercar for the U.S.

Made in Sweden.

5. Saleen S7 – $555,000

The Saleen S7 a 7 liter 750 HP V-8 engine. It is capable of from 0 to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds.

Saleen’s S7 Turbo has fallen to the 5th place last years first in most expensive car list. because all four nameplates of it are new. However, the S7 still to be one of the more recognizable supercars on the

Made in U.S.

4. Leblanc – $645,080

SSC Ultimate Aero uses a HP V-8 engine.

This is not just the most but it is also the fastest American Automaker SSC has estimated that supercar is capable of reaching 260 to 273 mph on the track. And apparently it’s not the end of Aero capabilities.

SSC has already the Ultimate Aero TT model, features an even more engine.

Made in U.S.

2. Zonda Roadster F C12S Clubsport version –

This Pagani Zonda an engine that puts out 650 HP, makes it more powerful its predecessor Pagani Zonda F and more powerful than the Pagani Zonda C12 S .

Pagani is a Italian race car maker specializes in building radical-looking cars. This expensive new has helped the Zonda remain in 2nd on the most expensive car list, it ended up in year 2005.

Made in Italy.

1. Bugatti 16.4 – $1,192,060

Veyron 16.4 uses a 1001 HP engine.

With its powerful engine, acceleration and price, Veyron isn’t most expensive, but also fascinating car in terms of performance and With its notorious production finally over, Bugatti’s Veyron is now already for sale in and the company is working hard to it to the U.S. market.

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