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The 10 Most Expensive Cars, According To Forbes

2011 Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

The Bugatti Super Sport tops the list.

If you ever see me giving stock tips on RideLust, be afraid. I’m not a “play the stock market” kind of guy, and every spare dollar I’ve ever made has gone into cars, bikes, racing or travel (usually centered around cars, bikes or racing). With that in mind, you have a certain right to be skeptical when Forbes publishes a list of the most expensive cars. First, it’s only a snapshot in time, as new supercars are introduced every year. Next, there’s no clarification on where the prices are from, so I assume they’re a manufacturer’s list price, translated in to U.S. dollars. That’s hardly an accurate representation, as cars typically sell for higher prices in the EU than they do in the United States. Finally, any car’s price is based on supply and demand: since the entire run of Bugatti Veyron Super Sports has been spoken for, good luck finding one at the list price of $2.6 million.

Here’s Forbes’ list of the ten most expensive cars for 2010. I know that some of them don’t yet exist (like the Ferrari F70), so pricing is sheer speculation. Likewise, the list has a few glaring omissions (like the $550,000 Gumpert Apollo), so take it for what it’s worth. Just remember that there’s a reason we don’t give you investment advice on RideLust.

Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, $2.6 million
2011 Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

Koenigsegg Agera, $1.5 million
Koenigsegg Agera

Maybach Laudaulet, $1.405 million
Maybach Laudaulet

Pagani Zonda C9, $1.3 million
Pagani Zonda C9

Ferrari F70, $870,000

SSC Ultimate Aero, $750,000
SSC Ultimate Aero

LeBlanc Mirabeau, $728,000
LeBlanc Mirabeau

Ferrari SA Aperta, $520,000
Ferrari SA Aperta

Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce, $455,400
Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce

Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe, $447,000
Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe

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5 Responses

  1. Set says:

    Wow. Huge price jump from the F70 to the Zonda.

  2. Kurt Ernst says:

    Yeah, that’s the difference between “hand built” and “factory built” I guess…

    Also missing from the list is the Hennessey Venom GT, which sells for around $800,000. It’s essentially a modified Lotus Exige with a monster small block Chevy stuffed in the back; how that adds up to $800k, I have no idea.

  3. tiaan says:

    buggati veyron rocks, i really lyk doe front chiks n curves.cuz shes booty

  4. najam saqib says:

    i would be hugely grateful if u send me some of maybach and lambogini pictures