The Vault: World’s Priciest Rides – Autoversed
The Vault: World’s Priciest Rides

Some of the most beautiful cars are also the most expensive. They take our breath away, not just because of their beautiful styling, but because – well, let’s just say their prices are more Donald Trump than Ronald Chump. So follow us down the path of dreams as we take a look at some of the most expensive cars you could buy right now – that is, if you could afford it.

 

2015 Ferrari FF


The FF is Ferrari’s mid-range model but by far its most practical. It features four wheel drive and four seats so you can take three lodge bunnies along on your ski vacation. Just don’t shift into fifth because you’re likely to slide off the road. In fifth, it becomes a rear-wheel drive car like all the other horses in Ferrari’s stable. However, in those first four gears, the power will go to all four wheels from a fire breathing v-12 engine.

Often hailed as the ugliest of all the Ferraris — which is like saying it’s the ugliest supermodel — the styling might not be breathtaking, but the price certainly is. The Ferrari FF rings in at a whopping $295,000.

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Dong liu / Shutterstock.com

2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost


If you’re looking for something a little more luxurious to drive four people around but don’t want to flaunt your wealth too much, may we suggest the 2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost? Underneath the Ghost is basically a BMW 7-series, but the outer body and everything you see and everything you touch is all designed by Rolls Royce. It isn’t as sporty as Rolls Royce’s latest offering the Wraith, but it can still handle a corner pretty well, as Top Gear demonstrated.

Although this is one of Rolls Royce’s less expensive offerings, you should still come to the dealership with a check for $319,400.

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Marukosu / Shutterstock.com

2015 Ferrari F-12 Berlinetta


The F-12 Berlinetta is Ferrari’s biggest and most luxurious Grand Tourer, although it uses the same V-12 engines as the FF, here the power only goes to the back wheels and you only have room for two. This car is a modern classic — with its short tail and long nose it echoes the Ferraris of old. If you’re dead set on having a proper 2-seat V-12 Ferrari, be prepared to spend $319,995.

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Jia Li / Shutterstock.com

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