1. Koenigsegg Agera RS – estimated at $6.8 – $7 million (inclusive of COE)
A recently purchased (and registered) Agera RS – one of just 25 cars produced worldwide – is a 1,160bhp monster that is the costliest car to have ever been put on our roads.
Designed to be the ultimate track tool, while still being able to be registered for road use worldwide, the car pushes the boundaries of performance, utilising advanced technology from the One:1 program while maintaining all the features and functionalities of previous models. It also offers ‘everyday usability’, with a luggage compartment, rear window, and a detachable and storable hard-top.
These five highly exotic supercars somehow make the $1 million Ferraris, Lamborghinis, McLarens and Rolls-Royces seem almost paltry in comparison. Here are some cars that presently have listed prices (without COE) that cross the million dollar mark:
Lamborghini Aventador – $1.58m – $1.88m
Lamborghini Aventador Roadster – $1.84m
Ferrari F12berlinetta – $1.5m
McLaren 675LT – $1.48m
Ferrari FF – $1.44m
Lamborghini Huracan Spyder – $1.1m
Lamborghini Huracan – $1.01m