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List of the world’s most expensive and luxurious car brands in 2021

Entering 2021, there is something interesting to know about the most expensive luxury cars in the world that will be sold this year. Making a list of the most expensive multi-million dollar luxury cars in the world is not easy because they are usually produced in very limited quantities.

Car collectors are driving the automotive industry especially after Bugatti launched the Veyron. Even in the 1990s, McLaren intended to make 300 F1 cars but only produced 72 cars in 1998. Ferrari has not produced a special collection of the most expensive cars in the world since launching the 2016 LaFerrari Aperta.

The Drive compiled a list of the world’s most expensive luxury cars for the road that will be sold in 2021. The criteria is that every model on this list is street legal, reached buyers’ garages in 2021, and costs seven figures. The following is a list of luxury cars or the most expensive cars in the world from The Drive, starting from the cheapest according to

7. Rimac C Two: 2.4 million US dollars

With 1,914 horsepower, the most expensive luxury car is the closest competitor to the Lotus Evija as well as the car that will be resized in Italy to become the Pininfarina Battista. C_Two is a Croatian electric car powerhouse that is partnering with Porsche and Hyundai for its first global production model. Now it’s only a few months before its official debut.

6. AMG Project One: 2.7 million US dollars

AMG modified the 1.6-liter V6 hybrid powertrain from Lewis Hamilton’s 2016 W07 Hybrid F1 car for road use. Postponed until 2021, the AMG Project One luxury car has reportedly changed its name to AMG One.

5. Aston Martin Valkyrie: 3 million US dollars

A hypercar signed by former CEO Andy Palmer, it was designed by former technical and Formula 1 partner Adrian Newey of Red Bull Racing. This most expensive luxury car is powered by a naturally aspirated Cosworth V12. The Valkyrie also has all the ingredients to be a monumental machine.

4. Koenigsegg Jesko: 3 also US dollars

Christian von Koenigsegg’s first four-seater car was a twin-turbo, three-cylinder Freevalve-engined Gemera, priced at $1.7 million. Basically a much more expensive McLaren Elva.

3. Lamborghini Sián FKP 37: 3.6 million US dollars

Lamborghini is capitalizing on the lucrative world of limited series models with its Veneno program. Limited to 63 units with a V12 engine in coupé form, the LamborghiniSián was later named the FKP 37 in honor of the late Ferdinand Piëch. This is the fastest Lamborghini car to date.

2. Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport: 3.6 million dollars

Saying the name of an Italian or German car conjures up thoughts of sporty driving, luxury and class. However, saying the name “Bugatti” is usually associated with only one thing: millions of dollars.

1. Pagani Huayra Tricolore: 6.5 million dollars (Rp. 92.4 billion)

Horacio Pagani’s crew will build just three custom Tricolore Huayras to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the world’s largest aerobatic patrol. Ultimately, this Huayra BC Roadster still tweaks the Huayra BC with some unique elements and a Tricolore design theme. (Tempo)