Most Expensive Cars: Bugatti

Top Eight Most Expensive Cars In The World

#1 Bugatti Veyron $1,700,000

Most Expensive Cars In The World – #1 Bugatti Veyron. Run your eyes down the list of the top eight most expensive cars in the world, you will find the Bugatti Veyron stands proudly on top of the list. Yes, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is the world’s most expensive car at present. This street-legal full production car comes with more than 1001 horsepower and a top speed of 253.81 mph. See Video>>>

Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS has built the car in its Molsheim factory; the car is sold under the French Bugatti marque. If you want to have a luxurious life and want to enjoy it to the lees, this car is all for you. The car mirrors an amazing French technology and you will love it when driving. The car will surely be a smart way to indulge your senses.

Most Expensive Car In The World Features
The car derived its name from Pierre Veyron, who is a racing car driver for the original Bugatti firm and has won the 24 hours of Le Mans in 1939. The top speed of the car and its powerful performance is responsible for the sky-rocketed price tag of the world’s most expensive car.

The car stands proud by flaunting a W16 engine – 16 cylinders in 4 banks of 4 cylinders. Each of the cylinders has 4 valves for a total of 64; the narrow V8 configuration enables the 2 camshafts the driving of 2 banks of cylinders, so that just 4 camshafts are required.

Well, you can drive this wonderful car that is one among the top eight most expensive cars in the world, by a full automatic transmission. The other features that make the car a treat to drive includes full-time all-wheel drive based on the Haldex system and special Michelin run-flat tires that are made specifically for the Veyron for accommodating the vehicle’s top speed.

Among the top eight most expensive cars in the world, this car has 10 radiators altogether; you get 3 radiators for the engine cooling system, 2 radiators for the air conditioning system, 1 engine oil radiator, 1 heat exchanger for the air-to-liquid intercoolers, 1 differential oil radiator, 1 transmission oil radiator and 1 hydraulic oil radiator for the spoiler.

Another achievement of the car is worth mentioning; it is the fastest production car to have reached 100 km/h (62 mph) with a proven time of 2.5 seconds. The brakes of the wonder car make use of the unique cross-drilled and turbine-vented carbon rotors for reducing fade by drawing in cool air.

The maintenance of this car is possible at Bugatti dealerships, but the repair service will be requiring a flown-in mechanic, that the company assures will be available 24 hours a day. The combination of design, functionality, materials and service establishes an unprecedented price that make this the #1 car for the 2008 top eight most expensive cars in the world.