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Here’s A List Of Supercars Costing North of $1 Million—The Last One Is Our Personal Favorite!

Wouldn’t it be nice if we all had a few extra million dollars to upgrade our cars into some of the most luxurious ones? To their owners,  the world’s most extravagant vehicles are like moving works of art. It is an exciting realm where practicality isn’t really taken into consideration, for it’s all about flair and grandiosity.

Acquiring a million-dollar-plus ride is pretty much like purchasing standard-priced cars—except that they’re way, way more costly. They’re not even called machines or supercars most of the time! So, if you’re eyeing a machine for yourself or just curious about them, here’s a list of supercars costing $1 million and up:

Jaguar C-X75 Hybrid Supercar – $1.1 million

This supercar was first debuted at the Paris Motor show in 2010. Jaguar, the British automobile manufacturer, made the vehicle in partnership with Formula One team Williams F1. Only 250 units of this 2-seat, concept car were manufactured.

Pagani Huayra – 1.1 million

Named after the South American ancient wind god, Huayra was brought to life under an Italian sports car manufacturing company called Pagani. Top Gear named it as “The Hypercar of the Year” in 2012, perhaps because of its fantastic 700-horsepower.

McLaren F1 – $1.1

Hello, Need for Speed fans. This car was honored by Autocar, a British car magazine, in 1994 to be the most exquisite driving machine created for the public roadway. This road monster exceeds 200 miles per hour and instantly stops when brakes are applied, supporting the claims of the magazine.

Bugatti Veyron Sedan – $1.4 million

In 2005, the Bugatti Veyron was revived after Volkswagen spent more than 1.7 billion dollars to manufacture it. Backed by the vehicle’s marketplace reception, the company generated new versions, the latest of which is a Sedan that retails for $1.4 million.

Lamborghini Centenario – $1.9 million

Everything about the Centenario is meticulously sculpted to sustain its limited-edition appeal. It comes adorned with 6.5-liter V12 pumps. On top of that, it also has 770 horsepower at 8,600 rpm and can even take you up to 220 mph without any issue.

Koenigsegg One:1 – $2 Million

Dubbed as the “Swedish megacar”, this vehicle defies all logic for having 1,340 horsepower and attaining a top speed of 273 mph. To be frank, it has got to be one of the fastest rides ever manufactured. In fact, only six of these supercars were made with carbon fiber intake and ventilated ceramic brakes.

Aston Martin One 77 – $2 million

The Aston Martin One-77 received many praises in the Geneva Motor Show. As the name suggests, only 77 units of the car were produced. Top Gear also honored this car by describing it as nothing but stunning.

Lamborghini Sesto Elemento – 2.9 Million

This supercar has got to be the most exclusive, elite, and luxurious set of wheels on the earth so far. Not every Tom and Jerry can afford the cost of purchasing this vehicle, and those who can only store them in their garages. Lamborghini just announced that they would be making only twenty pieces of the car.

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