Car cologne have put together the list of the most expensive cars in the world. The cost can be eye watering, and probably out of the price-range of most of our customers. Don’t be too jealous though, you can have your car smelling better than these with our extensive range of car perfumes and diffusers. Who really wins on this list then?
Bugatti Chiron Super Sport - £2.5 million
It's human nature to do better and push the boundaries of whatever you're working on. Bugatti, on the other hand, has been doing it for the past 15 years or so. They changed the world when the Veyron was discovered to be capable of 253 mph, and now they've done it again with the Chiron Super Sport 300+, which can reach speeds of over 300 mph. The fee is readily justified simply for the opportunity to go at that speed.
Lamborghini Veneno - £3.3 million
Not least because it was a clear message to the world that Lamborghini had entered a new era, the Lamborghini, which was packed with remarkable invention and exciting design, is unquestionably worth all the hype. The first half of the equation was extracting 740 brake horsepower from the Aventador's V12 engine, followed by an altogether new but still very Lamborghini body design optimised for cooling and aerodynamics. As a result, the Veneno was and continues to be one of Lamborghini's most recognisable models.
Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita - £3.8 million
Trevita from Swedish means "three whites," which is how the Trevita's distinctive and stunning finish is described. To create the aesthetic of this car, Koenigsegg devised an utterly unique carbon fibre diamond weave, but due to the difficulty of this technique, only two Trevitas were produced, one of which was entrusted to Floyd Mayweather. So naturally, it takes a special car to warrant such a high price, and the CCXR Trevita delivers.
Bugatti Divo - £5.4 million
As if Bugatti's offerings weren't already serious enough, the Divo is the most serious Bugatti has ever produced. While Bugattis are famed for their remarkable straight-line speed, the Bugatti Divo is designed to excel on the curves as well. That's precisely what it achieves, thanks to an extended, more aerodynamic body, higher downforce, and 1.6 Gs of lateral acceleration. We had no idea that things could be better because Bugatti has always been at the forefront of performance.
Bugatti Centodieci - £9.2 million
The Bugatti Centodieci is an accolade to the EB110, a modern classic. The 90s icon's 200+ mph speed mixed with Bugatti's current body of work can only result in a truly remarkable, one-of-a-kind, and naturally pricey automobile. Unfortunately, there will only be ten of these made, which is terrible because the Centodieci is fantastic for more reasons than nostalgia.
Bugatti La Voiture Noire - £9.4 million
This beautiful one-of-a-kind Bugatti was inspired by Bugatti's renowned Type 57 Atlantic from the past. Bugatti wanted to capture the charisma of the Atlantic, as well as the legend of this ultimate car. As a result, La Voiture Noire is one-of-a-kind, with characteristics like six tailpipes and a dorsal seam running the length of the vehicle.
Rolls Royce Sweptail - £13 million
The tapered rear end, which evokes a yacht and the impression of absolute enjoyment and elegance that only a Rolls Royce can provide, is the Sweptail's defining feature and nickname. The Sweptail is just like a boat, but maybe even better, with a glass canopy that runs from front to back and wood and leather adorning practically every internal surface, which is why it's so expensive.
Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta - £13.5 million
In the world of supercars, the Pagani Zonda is a car we already know to be epic. It has become a legend due to its unusual appearance, powerful Mercedes-Benz 7.3 litre V-12 engine, and remarkable performance. As if the Zonda wasn't striking enough, the HP Barchetta has rear wheels partially covered by a carbon fibre panel and a roofless (and virtually windshield-less) body design, hence the Barchetta name, making it fully deserving of the title of world's most expensive car - of all time.