The Most Expensive Cars In The World In October 2021

Do car brands such as Rolls-Royce, Ferrari, or Lamborghini catch your attention when they're mentioned? Of course, they would interest you. Owning a luxury car from the brands mentioned earlier not only brings maximum personal satisfaction, but they offer an enhanced road and cabin experience, with the fittings and fixtures executed at a higher level than the regular cars you see on the road.

Many of these cars here were purchased by their owners primarily for attention, reputation, business development, adrenaline gush, dream fulfilment, quality, worth, and service. Here are the top 10 most expensive cars in the world in October 2021.

Top 10 Most Expensive Cars In The World October 2021

(1). Bugatti La Voiture Noire — $18 million
(2). Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta — $17.5 million
(3). Rolls-Royce Sweptail — $12.8 million
(4). Bugatti Centodieci — $9.4 million
(5). Mercedes Benz Maybach Exelero — $8 million
(6). Bugatti Divo — $5.7 million
(7). Pagani Huayra Imola — $5.4 million
(8). Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita — $4.8 million
(9). Lamborghini Venono — $4.5 million
(10). Bugatti Chiron Super Sport — $4 million


(1). Bugatti La Voiture Noire — $18 million

Bugatti's are known to be expensive due to their level of advanced technology, unique mechanical elements, and luxury components than any other car brand, so don't be surprised when you see more Bugatti cars on this list. The Bugatti "La Voiture Noire" is a tribute to Bugatti's history since debuting as one of the world's most valuable car brands.

Only one of this fantastic hypercar was made with a staggering price tag of $18 million. Although the owner of this masterpiece hasn't been revealed, sources have it that it was bought by Ferdinand Piech – former group chairman of VW.

(2). Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta — $17.5 million

The second most expensive car in the world was built by an Italian sports car company – Pagani Automobiles. This monster can travel at an incredible speed of 355km/h (221 mph). Reports have it that only three were made. The Pagani Automobiles founder Horacio Pagani owns one, while the other two were initially pre-sold even before its existence and have been delivered to the owners. 

This bad boy made its debut in 2018 at the Goodwill Festival of Speed in West Sussex, England. Despite being sold out, it remains one of the most talked-about costliest cars ever made.

(3). Rolls-Royce Sweptail — $12.8 million

This world-class beauty was made by the renowned Rolls-Royce Motor Cars in the United Kingdom in 2017 but became popular to the public in 2021. The Sweptail was inspired by early 20th Century classic cars and modern yachts. 

With all Rolls-Royce cars honed and crafted by hand, this car is no exemption, as the elegantly designed front grille was made from aluminium and distinctively polished by hand to sustain the Rolls-Royce handcrafting the record. It's worth a whopping sum of $12.8 million.

(4). Bugatti Centodieci — $9.4 million

This exceptional car is a perfectly designed limited edition. I describe it as an artwork due to its pioneering and breathtaking performance. It's a remake of the 1991 fastest supercar – The Epochal EB110. Veteran footballer Christiano Ronaldo was able to lay his hands on this ultra-rare limited model in celebration of his 36th birthday.

(5). Mercedes Benz Maybach Exelero — $8 million

Purchased by music star – Jay Z for $8 million is an exotic beast with a top speed of 351 km/h (218 mph). It was built by Maybach – a German luxury car manufacturer. 

The Maybach Exelero is a combination of a limousine and sports car, with an unladen weight of 2.66 tons and the classic wedge shape of a minivan. Ever since Jay Z purchased this impressive sports coupé when it was newly released, he has helped increase the car's value, as he displays it in some of his music videos.

(6). Bugatti Divo — $5.7 million

Bugatti's first-ever coach-built sports car is a uniquely designed futuristic mid-engine vehicle built for maximum thrills. This masterpiece features super-rare athletic, sharp, and excellent handling properties with perfectly finished aerodynamics. The Bugatti Divo is named after Albert Divo – a two-time Targa Florio winner who raced for Bugatti. 

This lightning speed was built to impress and modified for an even more compelling driving experience. Only 40 units of this car were produced.

(7). Pagani Huayra Imola — $5.4 million

With only 5 units of this sculptural beauty made, the Imola is a relatively lightweight design car with a high-speed record of 16,000km. It was built by the same Italian automaker that made the Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta model.

(8). Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita — $4.8 million

Not only is this car one of the most expensive cars in the world, but it's also one of the top 5 fastest riders on the planet. With only 2 ever made, it has a top speed record of 254 mph. When exposed to sunlight, the car shines like millions of diamonds are infused inside the car's visible carbon-fibre bodywork.

(9). Lamborghini Venono — $4.5 million

The aerodynamics of this car is extraordinary. It can make fast curves and still maintain stability, as it's a somewhat racing car prototype. It was manufactured by the most popular car brand on this list – Lamborghini. This epitome of beauty was built to celebrate Lamborghini's 50th anniversary, and only 13 were made.

(10). Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ — $4 million

The fourth Bugatti car on this list. Remember I said on starting this list that there are more Bugatti cars on the way. The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ model is an upgraded version of the Bugatti Chiron, with a limited production of just 30 vehicles. This speed beast broke a track record with 300 mph on a racetrack in Germany. All 30 of this marvel were sold out under a year of release.

Well, there you have it. If you could afford any of these luxury cars, which would you buy?
Alade Habeeb

I am a writer with a sense of creativity to write on multiple topics. I create engaging, thrilling and entertaining contents and I always take the time to edit my work well before publishing. I follow all the latest trends and read about recent happenings in the entertainment industry to always update my readers.

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