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The Most Expensive Cars of 2021

You invest in more than lightning-fast speed and polished hoods when you buy a high-end vehicle (although, those do help). You also purchase a little bit of history. You are embracing the creative automobile technologies of the future.

More than mere price tags, the most luxurious vehicles are; they're creations, they're pedigree, meticulously-manufactured testaments to their designers, and they're awesome inspirations for what we would achieve if we really set our minds to it.

Also? Oh? They could be interesting. This year's most luxurious vehicles are faster, smarter, and more powerful than ever, from the revolution of high-grade engines to the incredible things imaginable with today's auto infotainment systems.

Wondering whose pricest Bugatti is this year? Interested in knowing this is the most pricey car you can't purchase from Pagani? What about the historic Ferrari, the most pricey car of all time, that has yet to be unseated?

We've got you under protection. You will love reading about some four-wheeled wonders, several from our previous rankings, some, brand-new for this year, with our revised 2021 list of the most luxurious vehicles. We're proud to debut our definitive list of 2021's most luxurious vehicles, from storied, iconic brands from respected auto houses to a few unexpected new ones.

15. Maserati MC20: $200,000

Maserati MC20

For now, the 2021 MC20 mid-engine sports car from Maserati has a 630-hp twin-turbo V-6. We should foresee an all-electric version of this two-seater coupe in the future. In order to build the MC20, Maserati has teamed up with an expert motorsport engineering firm, giving it a carbon-fiber structure and aluminum subframes that feel light like a feather and heavy like iron.

For much of last year, a prototype of the MC20 was seen zipping around Modena, Italy, amplifying the hype for its 2021 production debut.

Maybe the most thrilling of all? The 'MC' in its name stands for Maserati Corse, a brief sign that, in a long-anticipated return to racing events, Maserati may soon return to performance-focused track vehicles.

The Maserati MC20 has a maximum speed of over 200 mph (or 321 kph), and has an acceleration of less than three seconds from 0-100 kph (0-60 mph).


14. Bentley Flying Spur Speed: $215,000

Bentley Flying Spur Speed

The 2021 Flying Spur Speed is readily identifiable, with the expansive grille and retro-nostalgic four-headlight aesthetic that makes a Bentley a Bentley. This supercar adds luxury and comfort to the six-figure car industry; its cabin is decked out in sumptuous leather, highly polished wood, and shiny metal highlights, unlike many performance-focused cars (now, with a top-of-the-line infotainment centre, as well).

This car is more than just about looks, however.

You will note that this car is much more athletic and agile than you would expect with the entry-level 500-level hp motor or the more amped-up 600-level motor. It whips around corners very nicely for a car of its size.

If you're looking for fuel efficiency, however, it may be better to look elsewhere: the fuel use of the Flying Spur Speed places it somewhere in terms of economy among larger pickup trucks.

207mph (or 330kph); for this pricey hypercar, that's the claimed top speed; its acceleration, 3.7 seconds for 0-100 kph (0-60mph).


13. Aston Martin Lagonda EV: $250,000

Aston Martin Lagonda EV

Rolls-Royce and Bentley have cornered the market with top-grade sedans before. Aston Martin hopes to disrupt their duopoly with the 2021 Lagonda EV. Lagonda will also try to thrill the kind of car enthusiasts who have already explored every feature to be provided by the higher-grade Teslas, or so Aston Martin hopes.

Its wind-whipped silhouette, its Aston Rapid-E battery-powered engine (which aims to provide as much power as a V-12), even its name: The Lagonda is a storied brand that Aston Martin tried to popularize before, in the '30s and' 80s. They expect to cement its historic status with this new EV Sedan.

The rivalry will be fierce.

In the next few months, Rolls-Royce and Bentley were reported to be launching rivals, making this corner of the expensive supercar market one to watch over the next year.


12. Rolls Royce Ghost: $315,000

Rolls Royce Ghost

Look no further than the 2021 redesign of their splendid Ghost model for Rolls-entrance Royce's into the Sedan market.

While it is described as an entry-level model for the ultra luxury brand, at its price point, the Ghost still has the trappings of a luxurious, powerful vehicle that one might expect. Power-operated doors; a cabin covered with rich materials; ample space for drivers, passengers, and storage as well.

The Ghost is powered by a 563-hp 6.7L V-12, which makes an acceleration of 0-100kph and 0-60mph in 4.6 seconds. An all-wheel drive project, even with the bulk that the Ghost brings, allows for fast steering. (Its road-scanning camera also makes it easy to see potholes, enabling you to be a more expert driver, too.)

An electronically-controlled 155 mph is its top speed (249 kph).


11. Ferrari SF90 Stradale: $625,000

Ferrari SF90 Stradale

The exterior of the incredibly fast 2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale just screams with pace to begin with. This car will turn heads everywhere it goes with a flattened, streamlined aesthetic. It can come as a surprise, then, that this vehicle's interior is surprisingly comfortable. Pace and luxury usually don't go together.

The SF90 Stradale aims to modify that.

This hybrid Ferrari plug-in is poised to pay tribute to this Italian car house's rich past, but also to give us an insight into where the company will go in the future. This luxurious supercar will not fit into a lineup of other hybrid vehicles, even though they offer a more sustainable focus. It won't work similarly either.

The Stradale redefines what is possible for a hybrid supercar with a rip-roaring 986 horsepower, a peak speed of 340kph (311mph) and 2.5 seconds to 100kph (or 60mph).


10. Aston Martin Valhalla: $1,300,000

Aston Martin Valhalla

The Valhalla of 2021 will also be the product of a partnership between Aston Martin and the Red Bull Racing Team, another in Aston Martin's lineup sourcing names from the force and romance of Norwegian mythology. Of these mid-engine hypercars, only 500 will be built.

The Valhalla will be powered by a turbocharged 3L V-6 engine with yet-to-be-disclosed horsepower and torque, which is rumored to be less performance-focused than the Valkyrie. Instead, along with a sleek structure and bodywork, this hybrid supercar adds a sustainable edge to this British auto estate. (Its handling is also rumored to be out-of-this world-perhaps this could be anticipated, given its name.)

Aston Martin said that the interior is packed with elements and inventions of the space age that increase the impression that this car is something unbelievably fresh. In the center of the steering wheel, the infotainment screen is such that the eyes do not need to wander; button-dense dashes from the past have been replaced with an integrated band that provides audio, ventilation, and lighting seamlessly.


9. Mercedes AMG One: $2,700,000

Mercedes AMG One

While the production of this car has been postponed for several months, it is back on track: "Project One" is a go, as it is referred to by AMG engineers. A 1000-hp F1-derived plug-in-hybrid drivetrain will be the long-anticipated 2021 Mercedes AMG One, with an exceptionally quiet road presence.

That's the whole point of the hypercar: its existence on the lane. This vehicle is designed to imitate cars from Formula One, but in a fully street-legal way.

People have been looking for a way to get this technology to the streets since Formula One had its first inaugural season in 1950. Drivers who can afford to do so can do so with the AMG One, and now with a sustainable hybrid model.

The claimed acceleration for this vehicle is 0-200kph (or 0-120mph) in 6 seconds, according to the Mercedes website. The AMG One offers a 1.6-L V6 hybrid petrol and four electric motors with a maximum speed of over 350 kilometres per hour (217 miles per hour).


8. Koenigsegg Jesko: $3,000,000

Koenigsegg Jesko

The Jesko is our first expensive hypercar that goes for seven figures in a sharp leap up from Ferrari's Stradale (but, don't worry, this isn't going to be the last Ferrari we see). This makes sense from a performance aspect: the Koenigsegg Jesko is also one of the world's fastest supercars in 2021, which certainly goes a long way towards its sticker price.

As a fitting successor to its pioneering Agera RS, the Swedish car manufacturer Koenigsegg dreamed up the Jesko. An engine upgrade, a lighter frame, and a surprising range of convenient add-ins make this a car that's not just lightning-fast, it's fun to drive.

Its engine is an overwhelmingly powerful V-8 1280-hp; its nine-speed transmission is entirely custom-made, designed by Koenigsegg in-house to be as fast-shifting as they come. The rear-wheel steering that this car has helps handle downforce and drag, so the driver is in charge at all times, even though this is a powerful car.

A top speed of 330 mph (or 531 kph) is reached by the Jesko Absolut; as of now, we are still left to wonder about the impressive acceleration stats that this powerful car would make.


7. Gordon Murray T.50: $3,080,000

Gordon Murray T.50

Gordon Murray, the McLaren F1 engineer, has been an excellent car manufacturer for fifty years. Gordon Murray Automotive is constructing 100 road cars (and 25 track-only vehicles) for this anniversary hypercar in his honour.

The T.50 is considered by many to be the 'last great analog supercar' in an attempt to help Gordon Murray invest in his company. According to Murray, it will also serve as an expected capstone, who described the forthcoming T.50 as "a bookend to the story of ultra-fast internal combustion cars." Indeed, several car houses concentrate on electrical models, hybrids, and other sustainable initiatives. By going out for one last hurrah-this car, Murray recognizes this.

It will have a six-speed manual gearbox, a small, powerful, and naturally-aspirated V-12 engine, and a conventional three-seat configuration (in a further homage to the McLaren F1).

There is a claimed top speed of 220mph (354 kph) for the Gordon Murray T.50; official acceleration figures have not yet been issued.


6. Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+: $5,740,000

Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+

Bugatti's Chiron Super Sport 300+ offers pace and strength alongside the elegance that truly makes a Bugatti a Bugatti, at almost twice the cost of the Jesko and the Murray T.50. Decades of expert craftsmanship and years of automotive artistry lie underneath the hood of every car leaving this historic supercar maker. Bugattis always go for a few million, and Bugatti needs you to realize that, every time you see one, feel that.

It gets a mind-bending 1,577 horsepower from a quad-turbocharged 8L W-16 engine; the sinuous curves it wears on its sleek facade are futuristic. This vehicle was the first to smash the then-golden speed barrier of 300 mph (or 483 kph) years ago, and so this Bugatti has a claim to fame that will never cause its value to depreciate, just like the most expensive car in the world.

In 2.4 seconds, the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ will accelerate from 0-100kph (0-60mph). It hits a top speed of just over 300 mph, or 483 kph, and has a simple infotainment system that synchronizes with Apple and Android products as a bonus.

Just 30 were ever sold.


5. Bugatti Divo: $6,000,000

Bugatti Divo

With the next two cars in our ranking, beginning with the 2021 Divo, Bugatti's reputation for lavish, pricey supercars continues. Bugatti's Chiron was such a hit that there are some similar features to the Divo, a car that matches it closely. The Divo is more exotic-looking, though, and even more exclusive.

It will produce and sell just 40 Divos. Each one has already been spoken about. A stronger suspension, a much lighter frame for improved speed, and a new dorsal fin are included in his upgrades. Within, an 8.0L W-16 engine with four turbochargers is installed in the Divo. As a consequence, the Divo has 1500 horsepower in 2.4 seconds, an acceleration of just over 0-100kph (0-62mph).

His maximum speed? At 380km/h (or 236mph).

Bugatti kept the inside comfort fabrics and infotainment at a minimum in order to save as much weight as possible. The steering wheel, however, has soft faux suede, and the exterior blue and black aesthetic is also featured inside.


4. Bugatti Centodieci: $9,000,000

Bugatti Centodieci

Even more exclusive will be Bugatti's 2021 Centodieci: Only ten of these luxury hypercars will be sold. (Each, considering the high price, has already found a happy buyer.)

Bugatti has tried to give the Centodieci everything possible to make it unforgettable and absolutely decadent, already a brand renowned for innovative bodywork and luxurious comfort characteristics. It may not be the fastest Bugatti currently on the track, with a 1577-hp quad-turbo W-16, but it is the fastest-accelerating.

Bugatti pays homage to the EB110 (or the'centodieci '), a supercar built in the early' 90s, with this vehicle. The car didn't have the timing to perform exactly as planned.

This car is going to make up for that, offering spare performance and comfort. A 0-62mph (or just over 0-100kph) acceleration of 2.4 seconds was recorded by Bugatti. The Centodieci will have a maximum speed of 236 mph, or 379 kph, distinctly less than the Chiron, but with its distinct futuristic aesthetic, this hypercar compensates for it.


3. Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta: $17,600,000

Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta

The Zonda was the first car to leave the Pagani Automobili car dealership. Production should have stopped years ago, preferring the Huayra; instead, with several different special editions of the Zonda, Pagani has come out.

Therefore, this, the Zonda HP Barchetta, was called-barchetta-because that's what it looked like to Horatio Pagani: a 'small boat' in Italian. For an ultralight body and zippy, speedy feel, the frame is entirely made of carbon fibre; it is blue-tinted, it has a minimized windshield, and it is just about 21 inches long (0.5 meters) at its widest.

The Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta is, sadly, also the most expensive car that you can't afford. Of this special, particular variant of the Zonda, only three vehicles were ever produced. One of these vehicles went for $17.6M when they were last sold.

In 3.4 seconds, the acceleration is 0-60mph or 0-100kph. A maximum speed of 355kph or 220 mph can be achieved by the Zonda HP Barchetta.


2. Bugatti La Voiture Noire: $18,700,000

Bugatti La Voiture Noire

When rolling out their new supercar, Bugatti made a genius branding move in 2019. The French manufacturer opted for a restrained, minimalistic, and immediately iconic title: La Voiture Noire, instead of a flashy presentation and name aimed at excitement. The Car of Black.

No need for another explanation.

Although going into specifics does not disturb the awe of this gorgeous vehicle with a sky-high price: it has a hand-sculpted carbon-fibre shell, a W16 8.10L quad-turbo engine that produces 1500 horsepower, and a 0-100kph (0-60mph) acceleration in 2.4 seconds.

Its top speed is 420 kph (260 mph), and its overall performance is precision engineered for decades by an auto house known for making the world's most powerful vehicles.

It was the most costly new car available for purchase in 2019. Two years have passed and no one has yet launched an extravagant luxury car designed to knock the high pedestal off La Voiture Noire. For the second year in a row, it won over the price for the most expensive modern car on our list.


1. 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO: $70,000,000

1963 Ferrari 250 GTO

We are turning to history for the most costly car of all time. If you invest in a beautiful supercar, after all, it should be one that can tell you a good story.

In 1964, the 250 GTO won the Automobile Tour de France, marking the ninth year in a row that Ferrari won the event. Between 1962 and 1963, only 36 of these cars were manufactured; the unique Ferrari that is the most expensive in the world, at an unbelievable price point of $70,000,000, won not only the Tour de France, but also Le Mans.

With a maximum speed of 174 miles per hour and 0-100kph (0-60mph) acceleration in 6.1 seconds, the figures definitely do not thrill the automotive enthusiasts of today on their own. However, in the '60s, it was the world's cheapest, and still, decades later, by a long shot, it remains the world's most expensive vehicle of all time.

Some call this magnificent car the Motoring World's Picasso; others call it the Holy Grail of Ferraris. What's the most costly car ever? The Ferrari 250 GTO of 1963; and, frankly, that is unlikely to improve in the near future. American fashion designer Ralph Lauren, Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason, and Jon A. Shirley, the former Microsoft President and COO, are the new owners of the most luxurious vehicle of all time.

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