If you were to win the lottery today, what would you do or what would you buy? Well, that is a question asked and answered by anyone who has ever purchased a ticket.
It is easy to imagine what you would buy once winning the lottery today, winning it opens up a whole new world of possibilities. You could happily spend your millions on a new lavish mansion, spoil yourself with a holiday in an exotic location or buy designer clothes.
For some, a considerable donation to charity, building a water park or investing their winnings springs to mind.
However, top of many PlayHugeLottos.com's wish lists is indulging in the car collection of their dreams. It makes sense to buy an exclusive jaw-dropping car that complements your new-found status, but which car will you purchase after winning the lottery today?
We all have a dream car or a list of dream cars that we would love to own. Knowing which beauty on four wheels to splurge your millions on first is often the most challenging part.
To make your decision easier, here is a list of the most exclusive and fastest cars.
Cars for lottery winners; where to begin?
When money is not an issue, there are a multitude of high-class cars to choose from. The Ferrari Pista, Mclaren 720S and Lamborghini Huracan are always the usual suspects and are, actually, all excellent choices of vehicles.
You could buy an absurdly posh track-only P1 GTR, or hypercar such as the Lykan Hypersport. Or you can go a different elegant and comfortable route in a Rolls Royce Sweptail. Classic cars have always been the go-to option for the ultra-rich looking to indulge themselves in an exotic four-wheeled piece of art.
However, we are talking about the next level cars that exude exceptionality and luxury. So, here are the cars we think are worthy for a lottery millionaire;
When you think of the most expensive cars, the McLaren P1, Porsche 918 and the Ferrari LaFerrari ought to be on top of your list. These super machines come with advanced hybrid powertrains that offer an incredible amount of power and decent fuel efficiency.
The Porsche 918 is the cheapest of the three, with a price tag of approximately US $810,000. It's most expensive version features the Weissach Package, making the car lighter in weight and faster. A brand new McLaren P1 or a LaFerrari will set you back around US $1.3 million.
McLaren P1 GTR
After getting your hands on either the McLaren or Ferrari or both, you might be interested in buying their hard-core track-only variants.
These variant models are in the running for being the most expensive new cars currently on the market. The Ferrari FXX K costs approximately US $2.4 million, while the McLaren P1 GTR is valued at about US $2.6 million.
The P1 GTR is in the same league with Formula 1 cars as the most extreme model built by McLaren because of its 986bhp and all road-focused parts stripped off. When you buy this, you are not only getting the car. It comes with a team of engineers, extensive driver training program and is only available to those who already have the McLaren P1.
Ferrari FXX K
Just like the McLaren P1 GTR, when you purchase the Ferrari FXX K, you will receive two years of training, racing and maintenance from Ferrari. This car can only be driven on the race track.
This Italian beauty comes with 1,000bhp guaranteeing superior performance, and it does not lack any grip with 540kg of downforce at 125mph (over 200kph).
For many years, the Bugatti Veyron was the dream car for many petrolheads, but recently it has had to give way to the Bugatti Chiron. It picks up where its impressive predecessor left off and is named after former racing driver Louis Chiron.
With an estimated US $2.8 million price tag, you would be right to assume that this is an exceptional vehicle. It has an incredible 1,479bhp and 1,600Nm coming from an 8.0-litre quad-turbo W16 engine. All this power equals 0 to 62mph (about 100kph) in under 2.5 seconds, with a limited top speed of 261mph (about 430kph).
Bugatti La Voiture Noire
It is shocking to think two other Bugatti cars are more exclusive and special than the Chiron.
One of those cars is the La Voiture Noire worth approximately US $13 million. To date, only a single La Voiture Noire has been manufactured and was bought soon after coming off the assembly line.
The Divo is not the most exclusive car in the Bugatti range, and it costs approximately US $5.8 million. It is more suitable for a lottery winner who does not have very high expectations for the car they want to drive. The Divo uses the same powertrain as the Chiron, so you will not be short-changed when it comes to performance.
In 2018, 40 Chirons were sold immediately after being released, but you are more likely to buy a used one than the solitary La Voiture Noire.
The fastest car in the world?
The 1,341bhp Koenigsegg Agera RS was crowned as the fastest production car in the world in 2017 after setting a speed record of 277.87mph (about 448kph). With an approximately US $2.6 million price tag, its price does complement its title as the 'world's fastest production car'.
Buying the Agera RS will be a worthy investment, considering the price of the record holder for the fastest significantly goes up over time. Although not as fast as the Agera RS but even more powerful, the Jesko is another Koenigsegg model that deserves to be mentioned here.
This gorgeous beast comes with 1,578bhp and an abundance of aerodynamic magic to help keep it in check. The Jesko's gigantic rear wing, active front splitter and a revised diffuser gives it a wild Hypercar look and 1,400kg of downforce.
If you want to announce your new-found millionaire status to the world, then the Lamborghini Veneno (almost US $4 million) is the hypercar for you. It comes with a 740bhp 6.5-litre V12 under the hood and gorgeous looks that will always make sure you are the centre of attention.
Since 2014, the Veneno has been off sale, but it still looks meticulously modern and is the ideal illustration of a manic Lamborghini hypercar.
There are small car manufacturers that build powerful hypercars to appeal to those not charmed by the mainstream appeal of a top-end Ferrari or Lamborghini.
Which car will you spend your millions on after winning the lottery? Let us know in the comments below.