Koenigsegg Trevita tops Forbes 2010 list of world’s most expensive cars

Spending the six-figure sum on a supercar means ultimate pleasure and indulgence for the affluent. This year’s Forbes list introduces us to the meanest and most expensive cars that money can buy. Let’s do a little countdown from No.3 which also happens to be taken by Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster for $1.8 million. The street-legal version of the Zonda R features a Mercedes Benz AMG built 678-horsepower engine, and only five of them will be made. Standing at No.2 position is the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport which retails for $2 million and produced in a limited edition of 150 cars only. Any guesses about the supercar that tops the list? It is the ultra-luxe Koenigsegg Trevita at a retail price of $2.21 million and features the best technology that a supercar could offer, like a hydraulic lift system, tire monitoring system, Chrono instrument cluster, and carbon fiber brakes. To maintain its exclusivity, only three of these will be ever made.

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The list also compiles other cars in the range of $300,000 and above. Automakers that had the potential to take the top spot are Bentley, Bugatti, Ferrari, Koenigsegg, Lamborghini, Leblanc, Maserati, Maybach, Mercedes-Benz, Pagani, Porsche, Rolls Royce, Saleen, Shelby Supercars, and Spykar.
The list does not include cars like the $653,000 Ferrari Enzo and the $500,000 Mercedez-Benz SLR Mc Laren Roadster which are no more in production. There is a lot of similarity between last year’s list and this year’s list; however, Koenigsegg, Bugatti, and Lamborghini still produce the world’s most expensive vehicles. For the complete list of top 10 expensive cars, check out the Forbes website.

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