7 of the World’s Most Expensive Cars (Part Three)

This month on the VIP European Auto we have been drooling over some of the most expensive cars in the entire world. Two blogs ago we started off describing these automobiles as dreams. By now, you are probably thinking of them more like nightmares. These are the cars you want more than anything, but will probably never have. After all, each one of these pricey automobiles boasts a price tag in the millions. Let’s look at three finals vehicles to fill you with envy.

Ferrari F60 America ($2.5 Million)

The sleek Ferrari F60 America was built in celebration of Ferrari’s 60th year selling cars here in North America. In building this one of a kind car, Ferrari based the design on the F12 Berlinetta but gave it a patriotic stars and stripes color scheme. The American influence doesn’t end there as the interior features beautiful American flag seats. Capable of producing 740 hp, this American-themed, Italian engineered classic would be welcome in any garage.

Bugatti Chiron ($2.5 Million)

We told you we could fill an entire list of expensive cars with just Bugattis, but we are going to hold back and just use two. The Chiron is an absolute powerhouse capable of churning out 1,500 hp and 1,180 pound-feet of jaw dropping torque. Did you want to ask about 0-60 speed? It clocks in at 2.5 seconds. While the Bugatti Chiron isn’t the fastest car in the world, it sure is close.

Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4 ($1.9 Million)

You have probably noticed a theme developing on this list – there are a lot of Italian cars on it. In fact, it is almost exclusively Italian cars. The concept behind the Centenario is a simple one, POWER. It’s 6.5-liter V12 generates an astounding 770 horsepower and a dizzying 8,600 rpm. All that, and it weighs in at just 3,351 pounds.