, 2022-12-25 20:00:14,
When it comes to the most expensive cars in the world, the sky really is the limit and that’s especially true when it comes to classic cars and vintage cars. Because while a luxury automaker might only make 30 units of a supercar, the nature of vintage cars means they’re even rarer and more historically significant, especially when they’re in perfect condition.
Sure, a brand new Rolls Royce Boat Tail might cost you close to the $48 million mark, but that’s less than a quarter of the amount someone paid for the most expensive car classic car of all time. As a comparison, the fellow British Aston Martin Valkyrie, another of the most expensive cars in the world, is an almost modest $4.5 million.
The same goes for Italian supercars such as the Bugatti La Voiture Noire, the Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta, the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport, or the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport, all of which are eye-wateringly expensive cars compared to more regular luxury cars like Mercedes AMG, but when put next to the most expensive classic car sales, they don’t come close to challenging. The Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport price? The Bugatti Centodieci Price? A fraction of the cost of the best classic cars on the market.
So while the latest hybrid supercar – likely equipped with carbon ceramic brakes, F1-width rear wheels and more electric motors than a drone factory – will have a top speed that’s light years quicker on a race track,…
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