What do you buy the lottery winner who has everything? Well, a luxury car or three might be a good place to start. Why not browse our list of the 5 most expensive cars in the world and make your selection. With a lottery win funding your spending sprees you might even be able to afford all 5 of them!
With a jackpot sized bank account you will be very accustomed to getting more. More in terms of both quantity and quality – In other words, the very best of everything! For example, when looking to stock your new car collection you will want to make sure you have at least a few of the very best cars in the world included.
Take a look at our list of the 5 most expensive cars in the world and make your picks:
Lamborghini Reventón - $1.5 million USD
Named after a murderous fighting bull, Reventón means “small explosion” or “burst” in Spanish.
The Lamborghini Reventón boasts some particularly illuminating features. B-Xenon headlights stay lit whenever the car is in movement and it also sports special heatproof LED indicator lights for protection against engine heat.
It may only be number 5 on this list but the Reventón ranks as the most expensive Lamborghini road produced car to date. Only 20 were ever produced so your chances are pretty good that you might be able to locate one on your continent.
Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4 - $1.7 million USD
Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson declared it "the greatest car ever made and the greatest car we will ever see in our lifetime."
The Veyron EB 16.4 is named after Bugatti development engineer Pierre Veyron who won the 1939 24 hours of Le Mans while driving a Bugatti. The "EB" refers to the name of Bugatti founder “Ettore Bugatti” and the "16.4" refers to the engine's 16 cylinders and 4 turbochargers.
With its top speed of 253 miles per hour the Veyron is fastest car in this collection. Thankfully a reasonable number of them were produced, just over 300, so your chances of acquiring one with your lottery winnings are pretty good.
Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster - $1.8 million USD
With its V12 engine, a top speed of 217 miles p/h and specially made carbon titanium chassis the Pagani Zonda has been described “the perfect combination between art and technology”
Carbon fibre racing seats with Pagani leather and a ‘robotized’ multi-program sequential transmission and adjustable suspension help to round off the Pagani’s many features in style.
Only 5 were ever produced so start hunting for yours today!
Koenigsegg Trevita - $2.2 million USD
The Trevita translates from Swedish as “Three White” and refers to the cars unique body shine.
Described as “a diamond on wheels,” the Trevita features a ‘Diamond Weave’ exposed carbon fibre bodywork that sparkles like millions of silvery white diamonds when the sun hits it.
Only 3 of these ‘diamonds’ were ever produced so tracking one down might be tough. But we believe in you!
Maybach Exelero - $8 million USD
This is one for the serious collector who has to have EVERYTHING!
The Maybach Exelero was created as a showcase for, of all things, tyres! Tyre manufacturer ‘Fulda’ commissioned the one-off design to showcase their ultra-high performance tyres. In the process they created the most expensive car in the world.
The Exelero is not just about appearances though. A twin turbo V12 engine helps the Exelero reach its top speed of 218 miles per hour. Although it weighs in at over 2.6 tonnes it is capable of accelerating from zero to sixty miles in just 4.4 seconds.
Only 1 of these cars was ever produced so demand is certainly never in danger of being exceeded by supply.
Whether you take home a Euromillions jackpot or a Powerball jackpot we are certain you will shortly be looking for a vehicular upgrade in the very near future. Make the above list your “go-to” guide when you start your dream car shopping.
Start filling your garage with dreams courtesy of a €76 million win on the Euromillions tonight!