Most Costly Cars In The World 2016: Top 5

The world today is crazy about the need for speed, that is why so many people go out of their way to purchase expensive cars. Some prefer the normal, day to day cars but others prefer to break the bank for really costly cars which gives real value for money. 

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These cars are so costly and valuable that we have put together a list of the cars that are expensive in the world currently.

World’s Most Expensive Cars Currently 

1. Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita: $4.8 Million 

The Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita is currently the most expensive car in the world. The reason why this automobile is that expensive is because it is expensively assembled with diamonds as its coatings and we all know that diamonds are very valuable precious stones.

2. Lamborghini Veneno: $4.5 Million 

Italian car maker, Lamborghini built this costly car to celebrate the car maker’s 50th birthday and it is currently the second most expensive car in the world.

Indeed, it is good value for money and the rich won’t mind breaking the bank to own such a costly masterpiece of a car.

3. W Motors Lykan Hypersport: $3.4 Million 

The Hypersport is the third most expensive vehicle in the world presently. The car is really speedy and the design both in and out makes it a must have for those with the money.

4. Mansory Vivere Bugatti Veynon: $3.4 Million 

The Mansory Vivere Bugatti Veyron is joint third with the Hypersport on this list because of the cost of the car. It is also one of the fastest cars around and provides comfort that is matchless. It is like nothing ever seen.

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5. Ferrari F60 America: $2.5 Million 

Last but not the least vehicle is the Ferrari F60. It is the 5th most Costly car in the world presently and it is a modified version of previous Ferraris built in the past.

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