Bugatti Veyron Super Sport heads the Forbes list of the Top 10 most Expensive Cars in the world
Now that the old year has gone past us, we can sit back and analyze on how we can splurge better for the new one. And Forbes has made our life a tad bit easier by compiling a list of expensive cars that you can look forward to buying in 2011. Topping the list is the world’s fastest production car, the $2.6 million Bugatti Veyron Super Sport a 10% better variant of the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport. Last Year’s winners Koenigsegg exchanged positions with the runner’s up to come in second with the $1.5 million Koenigsegg Agera, which will see less that 20 variants every year of manufacturing. On number three is the Maybach with their $1.405 million Maybach Landaulet, which spots 604-horsepower, and a 5.9-liter twin turbo V12 AMG engine.
On number four is Pagani, with its $1.3 million Pagani Zonda C9, which will see only 40 versions out next year. Rounding up the top five is the fastest car that once beat the likes of Bugatti and Koenigsegg, the $750,000 SSC Ultimate Aero that can go from 0-60 in 2.78 seconds with a projected top speed of 273 mph.
The other half of the top ten features LeBlanc Mirabeau ($728,000), Ferrari SA Aperta (approx. $520,000), he Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce ($455,400), Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe ($447,000) and a bonus Ferrari F70 (approx. $870,000) which would replace the famed Enzo, which may not see the light of d ay before 2012.