Worlds Expensive cars you never seen before

1.McLaren P1 LM $3.7 million

The P1 features a 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 petrol engine. The twin turbo boost the petrol engine at 1.5 bar to deliver 728 bhp and 532 lb·ft of torque at 7,600 rpm, combined with an in-house developed electric motor producing 177 and 192 lb·ft With both engine and the electric motor, the P1 has a total power and torque output of 903 bhp and 723 lb·ft of torque.

The electric motor can be deployed manually by the driver or left in automatic mode, whereby the car’s ECUs ‘torque fill’ the gaps in the petrol engine’s output, which is considered turbo lag. This gives the powertrain an effective power band of almost 7,000 rpm. The car is rear-wheel-drive with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission developed by Graziano.

2.Lykan HyperSport — $3.4 million

W Motors plan to produce only seven units of the car. The first pre-production Lykan HyperSport was launched at the Qatar Motor Show in February 2013.

Lykan Hypersport is a Lebanese limited production supercar built by W Motors, a United Arab Emirates based company, founded in 2012 in Lebanon with the collaboration of Lebanese, French and Italian engineers It is the first supercar to be produced in the Middle East, and is featured in the film Furious 7, and the video games Project CARSDriveclubAsphalt 8: AirborneAsphalt NitroForza Motorsport 6and GT Racing 2: The Real Car ExperienceForza Horizon 3CSR Racing and CSR Racing 2. The Lykan can also be briefly seen in the second Fate of the Furious trailer, however, the Lykan does not make an appearance, and the footage is from the seventh movie, Fast and Furious 7. It is the first car to be designed and produced indigenously in the Arab World.

3.Lamborghini Veneno Roadster — $3.3 million

The Lamborghini Aventador is a mid-engine sports car produced by the Italian manufacturer Lamborghini.

Launched on 28 February 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show, five months after its initial unveiling in Sant’Agata Bolognese, the vehicle, internally codenamed LB834, was designed to replace the then-decade-old Murcielagoas the new flagship model.Soon after the Aventador unveiling, Lamborghini announced that it had already sold over 12 of the production vehicles, with deliveries starting in the second half of 2011. By March 2016, Lamborghini had already built 5,000 Aventadors, taking five years to achieve this milestone.

4.Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio — $3 million

If there was ever a concept that truly embodied the long-standing partnership between Ferrari and Pininfarina, it would be the 2013 Ferrari Sergio. The concept burst onto the scene at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show as a tribute model to the late Sergio Pininfarina. Reports that the Sergio was earmarked for production first surfaced in September 2014, and a little over a month later, a new report indicated that Ferrari and Pininfarina were actually building production models of the radical concept. Now, the wait is over, as it was recently officially announced that the first Ferrari Sergio has been delivered to the SBH Royal Auto Gallery at Abu Dhabi’s Yas Marina Circuit in the United Arab Emirates.

5.Aston Martin Valkyrie — $3 million

Aston Martin Valkyrie is an upcoming production sports car collaboratively built by Aston Martin, Red Bull Racing and several other manufacturers.The sports car is a product of collaboration between Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing to create a car entirely usable and enjoyable as a road car. The car’s makers claim the title of fastest street-legal car in the world for it. Its design was helped by Adrian Newly, Red Bull Racing’s Chief Technical Officer and the world’s most successful F1 designer.

Its main competitors will be the Mercedes-AMG Project One and unnamed sports cars by Audi and BMW.


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