These Are the Most Expensive New Cars You Can (Actually) Buy.

These Are the Most Expensive New Cars You Can (Actually) Buy.


The most expensive car on this list starts at $3.3 million. Significantly the same as 119 Honda CR-Vs.

Though a more expensive car doesn't necessarily equal an improved vehicle, an ample enough number on the Monroney does guarantee exclusivity. But what exactly does exclusivity mean on the planet of automobiles, and the amount of money does it take to get there? To answer that question, we viewed every new hypercar, super car, ultra-luxury sedan, and SUV in the marketplace and gathered the ten priciest together onto one list.

With big motors and even higher costs, these cars represent the absolute pinnacle of automotive engineering. Missing would be the rare one-offs or special editions that must be sourced secondhand. Instead, everything right, from the Rolls-Royce Cullinan, using its optional heated, cooled, and massaging rear seats, to Bugatti's 1500-hp, jet-plane-fast Chiron, might be yours today—that's when you can pay the cash.

McLaren 720S: $301,500

McLaren is noted for building some of the purest driving machines, and the 720S is no exception. Not just may the 720S be one of many quickest cars we've ever tested, with a zero-to-60 time of 2.6 seconds, but it also absolutely shreds across the track. Cradled behind the driver is a twin-turbocharged V-8 that creates 710 horsepower and 568 pound-feet of torque. While indeed nice, its interior's foremost concern is enhancing the connection between man and machine. McLaren provides the 720S in six trim levels, with half being coupes and others convertibles.

Ferrari F8 Tributo / Spider: $302,500

The F8 Tributo provides classic Ferrari thrills with a price to match. If money were no object, we'd spring for the wind-in-the-hair Spider despite its $302,500 base price. Still, there was no shortage of smiles during our trip to Italy, where we track-tested a Tribute. The centrepiece of the F8 is its twin-turbocharged V-8, which, through the magic of expert engineering, makes a healthy 710 horsepower.

Aston Martin DBS Superleggera: $319,125

With looks that may kill and 715 horsepower, it's no surprise the DBS has made more than one appearance in the venerable James Bond series. Despite its powerful twin-turbocharged V-12 engine and aggressive stance, the DBS is made for touring much more than tracking. Therefore, its interior is lavishly equipped and covered in leather. The DBS can be acquired as either a coupe or droptop (which Aston Martin calls Volante) and starts at a wallet-draining $319,125.

Rolls-Royce Cullinan: $332,750

The Rolls-Royce Cullinan delivers everything you'd expect from something with the Spirit of Ecstasy perched on the front. It has a big V-12 under the hood, ample legroom in the back, and the company's world-famous handcrafted touches inside. However, the vast difference here is its shape and prospective owners' flexibility. Unlike the brand's sedans, the Cullinan can be equipped with all-wheel drive for those rare occasions as soon as your chauffeur feels a little spicy. Pricing starts at $332,750; Rolls-Royce will gladly collect more if you select that the bed's base Cullinan is too bland for your liking.

Rolls-Royce Ghost: $398,850

In the land of Rolls-Royce, facts are everything. To the casual observer, the Ghost may be merely another Rolls-Royce. But look a little closer, and you will find a sportier, more striking, and cheaper analogue to its big sibling, the Phantom. Powered by the same 6.7-litre V-12 because the Phantom, the Ghost manages to do the zero-to-60-mph dance in less than five seconds. Despite Rolls-Royce's willingness to supply buyers with a palette of unlimited options, they've also released a particular trim level in 2022 called the Ghost Black Badge. With a starting price of $442,700, the Black Badge improves upon the Ghost's sleek appearance with darkened visual cues while also providing a small bump in engine performance.

Ferrari 812 GTS: $410,516

The name says all of it: Ferrari's front-engine coupe is about speed, and its 789-hp V-12 engine has the goods. When we tested the 812, it went from zero to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds and ran the quarter-mile in 10.5 seconds at 138 mph. Ferrari says the 812 has a top speed of 211 mph. The naturally aspirated 12 also makes sounds you can't put a cost on.

Rolls-Royce Phantom: $457,750

The Rolls-Royce Phantom might be a worthwhile purchase if you're rich and enjoy being chauffeured in effortless elegance. The standard-wheelbase model has an on-paper starting price of $457,000; however, that's relatively meaningless for most buyers. Like other vehicles in its class, the Phantom, a lot more than anything, is a material buyer may use to build their perfect chariot. Those requiring more legroom can also choose the Extended Wheelbase trim, an option that alone tacks on nearly another hundred grand. The Phantom's high-status features extend into the engine bay, providing power with a buttery-smooth 563-hp twin-turbo V-12.

Lamborghini Aventador: $550,542

Entering what we are prepared to be its last production year, the now-mature Aventador moves with flashy confidence unique to V-12 Lamborghinis. Its 769-hp 6.5-litre V-12 engine is significant, and your body's corners are sharp. It will come in bright colours and, in roadster trim, is most beneficial driven with the most effective removed. While extremely fast, that isn't the Aventador's only calling card. It's a psychological machine built to arouse something inside those fortunate enough to see one—aside from being within one. For 2022 Lamborghini has released the Aventador Ultimate edition, a sportier ode to the now-11-year-old hypercar. Pricing will come in at $501,953 for the Ultimate coupe and $550,542 for the roadster.

Ferrari SF90 Stradale / Spider: $558,000

Ferrari has fully leaned into electrification using its SF90, creating the quickest car we've ever tested. Regardless of the manufacturer's claim of a 2.5-second zero-to-60 time, we coaxed the hybrid supercar into beating that by half a second. Credit a twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V-8, three electric motors, and an all-wheel-drive drivetrain to push 986 horsepower to the ground. Despite being outrageously expensive, with 2022 prices expected to begin at $507,000 and $558,000, the SF90 Stradale coupe and Spider are bargains considering their hypercar degrees of performance.

Bugatti Chiron: $3,300,000

Undeniably beautiful and unapologetically hyper, Chiron is the next instalment in modern-day Bugatti's crusade against slowness. In base form, this tarmac-munching monster tops out at an extraordinary 261 mph. The Chiron SuperSport, however, will be the fastest production car ever built, having supposedly touched north of 300 mph in testing. This feat is possible due to the 1500-hp quad-turbocharged 8.0-litre W-16 wedged between its rear axle and cockpit. For the lucky few with the correct means, a base Chiron starts at $3,300,000. Even a staggering starting price didn't prevent all 500 Chiron from being spoken for.

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