Top Ten Most Exclusive and Rarest Cars On the Planetnick007 This list contains the details of few of the world's the best, the fastest and most exclusive cars on the planet.
The Top Ten
Imagine driving a car that only two other people in the entire world have. That's how owners of the diamond colored Koenigsegg Trevita feel. Deemed the world's most expensive street-legal production car by Forbes, this is one car few people will ever even see, much less drive.
The two-door, 250 mph (420km/h) beast with an engine as powerful as the Veyron's but weighing half as much, is placed at a price of 2.21 million. - nick007
But the price tag today is around 5 million U SD. t he chassi is coated in white carbon fibre (its not tinted carbon fibre) which in the sun makes it looks like it was made of diamonds. There were meant to be 3 of them (because Trevita means three whites in Swedish). but there was only officially produced 2 in 2009. The 3rd still remains as a myste ry. t here is a theory over this mysterium at this link: http ://koenigsegg- regist ry.n et / (scroll down to the article posted on 25th of August 2015).
The street-legal version of the Zonda R, the Cinque Roadster, was limited to a run of just five models (hence the "cinque") that all sold before they were even manufactured. The Cinque Roadster, with a zero to 62 mph (100 km/h) time of 3.4 seconds and a top speed of 217 mph (249 km/h) was placed at a price more than 1.8million.
The five lucky owners has made a solid investment as the prices of used Zondas are booming. - nick007
Manufactured by Porsche from 1986 to 1989 as a Group B rally car. This twin-turbocharged beast was the world's fastest street-legal production car of its time, boasting a speed of 314km/h and a sport model of 317km/h. It was considered the most technologically advanced road-going sports car ever built, and forerunner of all future super cars, an all wheel drive. Only 337 were ever built, making it extremely rare and expensive. - nick007
How I love this South African car
A Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder, 1 of 33 & once owned by US actor James Coburn, is the world's rarest & most expensive vintage car. It sold for £5.6m. - nick007
The Pur Sang, a special-edition of the original Bugatti Veyron 16.4, may just be the most exclusive of them all: Every last one of its limited run of five sold out in less than 24 hours. One of the fastest, most powerful and most expensive supercars, the Pur Sang reaches velocities that would lift it off the ground if not for its aerodynamic design.
The Pur Sang's 8.0L, 16 cylinder engine packs 1,001 horsepower and propels the car to 62 mph (100 km/h) in just 2.5 seconds, while its high-tech intelligent braking system stops it even faster.
Just five Bugatti Veyron Pur Sangs were made, and they are some of the fastest and most expensive supercars on the road - nick007
The Lamborghini Reventón is one of the world's most expensive street-legal automobiles currently in production. With a limited production of only 15 cars and a price tag of $1.56m, the majority of which were already claimed before the model even officially went on sale. It has a V12 650-hp engine that goes 0-60 in just 3.4secs and a top speed of 205mph (330kmph). With its glass engine hood, solid aluminum fuel tank lid and high-tech liquid crystal displays, the Roadster practically screams exclusive. - nick007
Boutique supercar status and being from Dubai makes it doubly rare
It is from Denmark you retard
This hand-built supercar, has a V12 engine with a total of 1,014hp and can hit 100kmph in just 3 sec flat. Top speed on this Danish supercar is 233mph (375kmph). Its 7.0L twin charged engine (supercharged and turbocharged) packs in more power than the world-record-holding Bugatti Veyron and can run on either gas or ethanol. - nick007
The 1954 Mercedes-Benz W196R Formula 1 single-seater racing car driven by legendary five-times world champion Juan Manuel Fangio became the most-expensive car ever sold at auction, sold at a staggering $29.9m. - nick007
The La Voiture Noire is a one-off special introduced at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. Based on the Chiron, the design of the car harkens back to the Type 57 SC Atlantic and is a celebration of the company's distinctive design history. The car has a hand-built body made from carbon fibre designed by Bugatti designer Etienne Salomé which has an elongated nose (similar to that on the Divo) and an elongated rear section. Other notable features include unique wing mirrors, LED taillight strip and wheels. Unlike the original, the car retains the mid-engine layout.
The La Voiture Noire will be powered by the same 8.0-litre quad turbocharged W16 engine from the Chiron having the same power output figures.
The car was sold for a price of USD 12.5 million, making it the most expensive car built to date.
The 1931 Bugatti Royale Kellner Coupe is next in the list of most expensive cars in the globe. Only six units of these vintage beauties were ever built, which easily turns the Kellner Coupe into one of the rarest cars in the world. The vehicle was powered by a 12.7 liter aircraft engine and managed to fetch to earn a whopping price tag of $9.7 million at the 1987 Albert Hall auction conducted by Christie’s. The reason why this car is ranked number one is because it is estimated to be worth double the auction price in 1987, making it's worth approximately $19 million.
The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is a large luxury car built from 1927 to 1933 with a 4.3 m (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighs approximately 3,175 kg (7,000 lb) and uses an engine producing 275-300 hp. This makes the Royale one of the largest cars in the world. Bugatti was able to sell only three of the seven made (one destroyed in wreck-the prototype). Each of the cars has a different body, some having been rebodied several times. The six cars are:
~ 41100 - Coupé Napoleon
~ 41111 - Coupé de ville Binder
~ 41121 - Cabriolet Weinberger
~ 41131 - Limousine Park-Ward
~ 41141 - Kellner car : after the already mentioned auction price, this car was for sold for $ 15 million (appr) by Bonhams & Brooks by private treaty in 2001(appr. $21.7 million 2019).
~ 41150 - Berline de Voyage.
When this car was produced (1995) was the most powerful car in the world (689 PS, 680 bhp).
According to rumors 3 of the cars were sold to Hassanal Bolkia (Sultan of Brunei), richest man in the world of those years.
Nowdays, the car is considered the most expensive McLaren car ever.
Number Produced: 5
If the standard McLaren F1 wasn't extreme enough for you, there was always this: the McLaren F1 LM. Based on the legendary F1 GTR race car, the LM had the few creature comforts found in the F1 removed to save weight, and sat on much stiffer suspension. Aerodynamics also played an important part, with the LM getting the front splitter, rear diffuser and giant rear wing from the GTR.
Additionaly of the already written comment, I want to mention that the whereabouts of the fourth car (1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Coupé Aero No. 57453-Chassis No. 57453) also known as "La Voiture Noire" (French for "The Black Car") is still a mystery. It was used for motor shows and publicity before it became Jean Bugatti’s personal car for a while. It was the second car that was produced and given to two Bugatti racers for short time. The last mention about it was on a list of cars that were to be sent to Bordeaux in February, 1941, during the French exodus.
Jean Bugatti often considered the Atlantic model, most notably No. 57453, as his most innovative and most valuable creation.
Due to its past and exclusivity, experts had estimated the value of this car at 100-114 million USD.
Only 4 were made, 3 are known to survive, 2 have won the Best of Show award at Pebble beach, 1 was sold privately for a reported $40~$50M, 0 cars in the world are more beautiful than these.
The Maybach Exelero is a one-off high-performance sports car made by German manufacturer Maybach-Motorenbau GmbH, a subsidiary of DaimlerChrysler. It was unvelied at the Tempodrom in Berlin in 2005.
The Exelero is powered by a twin turbo V12 engine which produces 700 PS (690 hp, 510 kW) at 5000 rpm and 752 ft/lb (1,020 N/m) of torque at 2500 rpm.
The Exelero has a top speed of 218 mph (350 km/h) and a 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) acceleration time of 4.4 seconds.
The car is noted for being portrayed in an episode of long-running German show Cobra 11, in which it is used in the ending chase of the episode "Freundschaft".
According to Top Gear, the vehicle was purchased by rapper Birdman in 2011 for USD 8 million.
The Rolls-Royce Sweptail is a one-off large luxury car made in the United Kingdom by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. At the time of its May 2017 debut at the yearly Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este event it was the most expensive new automobile in the world, costing around USD 12 million. In 2019 the Sweptail was in turn overtaken as the world's most expensive car by La Voiture Noire made by Bugatti.
The Sweptail was commissioned bespoke in 2013 as a one-off automobile, at the request of a super-yacht and aircraft specialist who had a unique idea in mind. The 6-meter 2-seater coupé Sweptail gets the largest ever aluminium grille in the Rolls Royce range and is hand-polished in mirror finish. The signature ornament ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’ is also the largest ever seen before on any Rolls Royce. Under the long bonnet lies a humongous 6.6-litre V12 engine.
Mercedes Benz CLK-GTR is a limited production car as 20 cars were built in 1998-1999. The car was based on the same named race car and The Guinness Book of World Records recorded the CLK-GTR as the most expensive production car ever built at the time.
In 2002, Mercedes - AMG in collaboration with HWA produced the Super Sport edition of the CLK-GTR. The cars were powered with a 7.3 L V12 engine (instead of 6.9 L of the standard version), producing 664 PS (488 kW; 655 hp) and 786 N/m (580 lb/ft) of torque. According to other sources the engine's output is 721 PS. The car also gained an additional front splitter for better stability at high speed. Top speed claimed to be 373 km/h (232 mph).
Only 5 were built prototype #2, chassis number #01, #03, #13, and #17. As far as is known only two cars were definitely sold priced (possibly? ) 3.3 million USD.
The most passionated Mercedes fans believe that this is the most mental Mercedes ever.
The Centodieci is based on the Chiron but with unique bodywork and mechanical upgrades. These have made what is already an enormously fast car slightly faster, but the dramatic increase in the Centodieci's price over what we now need to think of as the regular Chiron is justified by both the visual makeover and the car's much greater exclusivity. Just 10 will be built, with deliveries to customers in 2021. All were sold well before the formal announcement was made, despite a price of about USD 8.9 million-more than twice as much as the Chiron.
The 8.0-liter quad-turbocharged W-16 engine has been retuned to deliver 1577 horsepower-up from the Chiron's 1478 horsepower-and weight has been reduced by 44 pounds. Bugatti claims a 2.4-second zero-to-62-mph time.
Bugatti said that the Centodieci's levels of lateral acceleration are similar to those of the more dynamically focused Divo. The top speed is limited to 236 mph.
When it comes to cars, Bentley’s are pretty much in a class of their own. The Bentley Rapier is a model built for the Sultan of Brunei on an exclusive basis in 1996.
The car has a V8 6.8 litre single Garrett turbocharger non-catalyst engine, and produces 550 PS (405 kW; 542 hp at 3,200rpm) and the top speed of the car is 270 km/h (168 mph).
The Bentley Rapier is definitely not the top of the line when it comes to specifications but is one of a kind making it an instant rarity. A total of only six cars were built, all of them with right hand drive. The most expensive and exclusive Bentley ever costs USD 4.5 million (rates of 2012).
One recently sold for 12 million $$, only 36 ever made, best ferrari ever made.
Most expensive cars and only 36 made; 1960s cars
There is only one...
Only one was made an open model with noroof the rearest in lamborgini
Lamborghini Aventador J, is an one-off, road-legal roadster that company boss Stephan Winkelmann says is a testament to his firm’s commitment to pushing the limits of design, despite increasingly rigid road car regulations. As such, it takes its name from the world motorsport governing body’s ‘Appendix J’ regulations, which define racing car class specifications. The J also invokes Lamborghini’s history, referencing the one-off 1970 Lamborghini Jota.
The J is based on the Aventador’s carbonfibre monocoque, although it has been extensively modified to accommodate the roofless structure. It’s powered by the same 690bhp 6.5-litre V12 as that of the fixed-head car. Top speed of the car is 299 km/h (186mph).
It's priced at $ 2.8 million (2012).
The Lamborghini Veneno is a limited production (5 coupés, 9 roadsters) high performance sports car manufactured by Italian automobile manufacturer Lamborghini. Based on the Lamborghini Aventador, the Veneno was developed to celebrate Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary. It was introduced at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. When introduced, it had a price of USD 4 millions, which makes it the one of the most expensive production cars in the world.
The engine is a development of the Aventador's 6.5-litre V12 and generates a power output of 750 PS (552 kW; 740 hp). The Lamborghini Veneno has a top speed of 356 km/h (221 mph) and has a 0-97 km/h (0-60 mph) acceleration time of 2.8 seconds.
The original car of the world record 431.072 km/h (267.856 mph) top speed.
Only 5 cars were built with an orange body detailing, orange wheels, and a special black exposed carbon body. The electronic limiter of the Super Sport is also removed. The model was unveiled in 2010 at The Quail, followed by the 2010 Monterey Historic Races at Laguna Seca, and the 2010 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.
On the other hand, 8 cars were built of the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse World Record Edition making it less selective.
The price of the Super Sport World Record Edition is typically unknown. The price of the Super Sport was 2.7 million USD (2010-2011).
The Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo is a single-seater concept car developed by Bugatti and was manufactured in Molsheim, Alsace, France. The car was unveiled at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.
The Vision Gran Turismo contains an 8.0 L quad- turbocharged W16 engine of 1,500 PS (1,479 bhp) used also in Chiron and Divo, heavily modified. The top speed has never been calculated in a real circuit, but using a virtual Circuit de la Sarthe simulator, the approximate top speed is 447 km/h (278 mph). A seven-speed dual-clutch transmission is used, which delivers the power to all four wheels, therefore making the Vision Gran Turismo an all-wheel drive car. The curb weight is 1,724 kg (3,800 lb). Only one Vision Gran Turismo exists, currently owned by Saleem Waleed Jr.
The car's price is estimated to be from USD 5,160,000 up to USD 18,000,000.
As happened with Veyron, special editions of the Veyron Grand Sport were produced.
The most extraordinary is the one of a kind L'Or Blanc. It was created in partnership with Bugatti and German porcelain company, KPM. It features a stunning white interior and a 'White Gold' exterior. There's also a porcelain oil cap, wheel centre caps and a fuel filler cap.Behind the cabin sits the famous 8.0-litre quad-turbocharged W16 engine producing 1,001 PS (987 hp, 736kW) of power 1250Nm of torque. Top speed is rated similarly to the standard coupe version of the Veyron (around 407km/h-253 mph).
The car was sold for USD 2.4 million in 2011, but eaturing things like a porcelain caviar tray and a Swarovski crystal-encrusted number plate surround, it's no wonder the car is attached to such a price.
When limousine is just limousine, but The Corgi is special. This century-plus old limo was designed with driver comfort in mind. When cars were newer, though it’s hard to give credence to the idea now, sometimes wealthy owners preferred to drive themselves.
One of a number of Silver Ghosts similarly bodied by Barker, it is the only known survivor with this coachwork. It is the only Barker Pullman known to have been built without a division window, a deliberate omission that hints at happy hours with father behind the steering wheel able to communicate freely with his family ensconced in the luxurious passenger compartment with its twenty-nine beveled glass windows.
The car chassis is no.1907 and the 7.4 lt engine producing 60 hp no.127.
This unique Silver Ghost was sold at an auction for USD 7,343,000 (2012).
The supercharged "SJ" version of Duesenberg J model was intended to compete with the most luxurious and powerful cars in the world of the 1930s.
The car uses the 7 lt engine of the Model J and has a power of 320 hp (239 kW). Developed on the 142.5 in (362 cm) wheelbase by Fred Duesenberg and introduced in May 1932 it reputed to have a top speed of 135-140 mph (217-225 km/h). The car weighed more than two and a half tons.
Only 36 SJs were ever built.
supercharged J, referred to by the public as the SSJ, had an extra-short wheelbase of 125 in (3,200 mm) and an engine delivering close to 400 hp (298 kW). Only two were made.
In 2018 a Duesenberg SSJ that was formerly owned by Gary Cooper was sold at auction for $22 million. This made it the most expensive American car ever sold.
Only 77 were made
Few cars in the world can match the appeal of the Phantom Corsair when measured by the yardstick of exclusivity. The Corsair was considered to be a revolutionary design and an engineering marvel at the time of its launch in 1938 and was blessed with an eerie resemblance to the iconic “Batmobile”. It featured futuristic designs like electronically operated doors, altimeter and even a beverage cabinet at its rear. Only one Phantom Corsair was ever built and the car never entered productions owing to a multitude of reasons. If the car is ever auctioned, it can easily shatter the $10 million mark.
The Phantom Corsair is a prototype automobile built in 1938. It is a six-passenger 2-door sedan that was designed by Rust Heinz of the H. J. Heinz family and Maurice Schwartz of the Bohman & Schwartz coachbuilding company in California. Although dismissed as a failure because it never entered production, the Corsair is regarded as ahead of its time because of its futuristic features, and styling cues such as faired-in fenders and a low profile.
The body measured an impressive 237 in (6.02 m) long and 76.5 in (1.94 m) and wideweighing 4,600 lb (2,100 kg), the Phantom Corsair could achieve speeds of up to 115 mph (185 km/h).
The death of Heinz ended the production plans and the car is now resides in the National Automobile Museum (also known as The Harrah Collection) in Reno, Nevada.
Why does no one like this?
In 2012, W Motors CEO Ralph Debbas told the world he planned to build his very own hypercar. He certainly wasn’t the first chap to make such a claim…but fast forward three years and his exceedingly rare creation has come to fruition-the Lykan HyperSport.
Only seven exist in the world, each cost an eye-watering USD 3.4 million. With 420 diamonds (15 cts) encrusted in each headlight and a top speed of 245 mph (395 km/h)…it’s not hard to see why.
The Lykan HyperSport is powered by a 3.7 litre twin-turbocharged flat-six engine developed by Ruf Automobile, producing a (claimed) maximum power output of 780 hp (581.6 kW) at 7,100 rpm.
One of the mysterious supercars of our time is the Isdera Commendatore 112i. After the successful Isdera Imperator 108i, Eberhard Schulz (former Porsche designer) started working on another project. It took almost 6 years, from 1988 to 1993, and 4 million USD to develop the Isdera Commendatore 112i.
The sleek bodywork was hand built and featured a roof mounted, periscope-style rear view mirror. The car has a V12 Mercedes engine with 6.0L displacement producing 408 hp.Top speed : 343 km/h (213mph). Price : 485,000 USD. Unfortunately, before any production Commendatores were made, Isdera went bankrupt and the remainder of the company was sold to Swiss interests. This left the sole prototype for the world.
However in the late 90’s Isdera decided to take another stab at it; the Commendatore ditched the periscope style rearview mirror, lost the gold BBS style rims and upgraded its engine to 6.9L, V12, 611hp. In 1999, another fully functional prototype called the Silver Arrow C112i ...more
The Rolls-Royce 10 hp was the first car to be produced as a result of an agreement of 1904 between Charles Rolls and Henry Royce, and badged as a Rolls-Royce. The 10 hp was produced by Royce's company, at its factory in Manchester, and was sold exclusively by Rolls' motor dealership, at a price of £395. The 10 hp was exhibited at the Paris Salon in December 1904.
The engine is a water-cooled twin-cylinder of 1800 cc enlarged to 1995 cc on later cars. The power output was 12 hp (9 kW) at 1000 rpm. The car has a top speed of 39 mph (63 km/h).
Sixteen cars were produced between 1904 and 1906 and four are believed to survive: the oldest, a 1904 car registered U44, chassis 20154, was sold for USD 7.4 million to a private collector by Bonham's auctioneers in 2007.
The Schuppan 962CR was a sports car built from 1992-1994 by Australian racecar driver Vern Schuppan. It was built as a tribute to Schuppan's 1983 24 Hours of Le Mans victory and 1983 All Japan Sports Prototype Championship title (Schuppan won both driving a Porsche 956).
The car is powered by a water-cooled 3.3-litre Type-935 Flat-6 producing 600 hp (608 PS, 447 kW). The engine was borrowed nearly directly from the standard Porsche 962 unit used in the North American IMSA GT Championship with a slight decrease in displacement. The car has a claimed top speed of 230 mph (370 km/h), and a 0-60 mph (0-97 km/h) acceleration time of 3.5 seconds. Funding was provided by Japanese investors who supported Schuppan's race team that competed in the All Japan Sports Prototype Championship. Failure of payment from Japan for two cars, coupled with the high cost of the car, forced Schuppan to declare bankruptcy.
Six cars were totally produced. Priced at over USD 1.5 million in 1994, the ...more
It was to be a custom run of 25 cars straight from Scaglietti, but just 10 were built in 1967 and 1968, making this one of the most valuable Ferraris.  The ten NART Spiders used chassis numbers 09437, 09751, 10139, 10219, 10249, 10453, 10691, 10709, 10749, and 11057. Sold at an auction for $27.5m, ranking it the second most expensive car sold at an auction. - nick007
Another car that scores pretty high in the aspirational index is the 1954 Oldsmobile F-88. The General Motors designed car was a radical departure from cars of its ear and sported a 250 HP V8 Rocket engine among other things. Only four of these dazzling vehicles were built and a recent auction of a surviving car fetched $3.5 million.
Definitely the best car out there. 347 is the Devel top speed! How is number 20
Breaks the Veyron record at a top speed of 290. However this V-16 monster is not road legal. It costs about 5-10 million.
A 1945 Ferrari 375-Plus was sold at an auction for $18.2 million. That is woah! Making it the third most expensive car sold at an auction. The Ferrari 375-Plus had the biggest engine that Ferrari ever made, a 4.9-litre V12.
Piloted by a few legendary drivers, which included Umberto Maglioli and José Froilán González, it took part in events like Le Mans and the Mille Miglia. The rarity of this Ferrari and people who drove it made it a legend. - nick007
The 1967 and the 1970 Dodge Coronet R/T convertible makes it to the rarefied list due to the fact that only two cars were built per model. The Dodge Coronet can fetch up to $250,000 at any current auction.
The Aston Martin Lagonda Vignale is a five-seater concept car built by Ghia for Lagonda. It was designed by Moray Callum at Ghia and unveiled in 1993.
Three Lagonda Vignales were produced in total. The original two, built by Ghia, had seating for five and used the Town Car 4.6 L V8 engine (one car destroyed). The third car, built by the Works Service department and codenamed DP2138, featured a numerous changes from the original design with the intention of putting the car into production. It used a different Ford platform, giving it smaller dimensions, changes to the design, and most notably, the 5.9 L V12 engine originally planned for the concept producing 340 PS (335 hp, 225 kW). Additionally, it could only seat four as the rear bench seat had been replaced by twin armchairs. Only one example was built and it was sold for £1.3m in 1995 (3.3 million USD of 2019).