Maybach is known for their ultra-luxurious designs. This isn’t a sports car, but it still packs a punch. Some of its standard features include rear seat massage, cooled/heated seats, and interior air filters.
Pagani Zonda F Roadster – $1.4 million
Releasing only 25 total, Pagani’s goal with the Zonda F Roadster was to turn their iconic Zonda F into a convertible without compromising its performance. It’s a performance car at heart, but it still has a smooth leather interior.
Bugatti Veyron – $1.5 million
The Bugatti Veyron was known for being the fastest production car in existence during its time. Its top speed was a staggering 254 mph (408 km/h). Though its record has been beat, it will forever remain an icon.
Koenigsegg Agera R – $2.1 million
The Agera R is a remarkably fast hypercar. Made in Sweden, its most unique aspect is that it runs on biofuel. Koenigsegg was one of the first hypercar manufacturers to introduce green technology.
Pagani Huayra BC – $2.8 million
The BC in the name isn’t just two random letters; they represent Benny Caiola. Caiola was a great inspiration to Pagani’s founder, Horacio Pagani. It’s a special edition of the Huayra with many improvements.
Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio – $3 million
Made as a tribute to Sergio Pininfarina, Ferrari only sold their six models to hand-picked customers. The model is based on the 458 Spider. It’s extremely driver oriented and sports a removable hardtop.
Bugatti Chiron – $3.3 million
The Chiron is Bugatti’s fastest and most powerful production car to date. This marvel of engineering not only goes over 300 mph (500 km/h), but it’s also luxurious. The interior is a perfect formula of beauty and functionality.
Lykan HyperSport – $3.4 million
At $3.4 million, the Lykan HyperSport is one of the most expensive production cars to date. It was revealed at the Qatar Motor Show and only seven were built. It’s the first sports car to be designed and manufactured solely in the Middle East.
Street Legal McLaren P1 GTR – $3 to $4 million
The McLaren P1 GTR was originally a track car based off of the McLaren P1. Because of this, it was never street legal. A group of F1 restorers couldn’t live with this fact and converted some for street use.
Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita – $4.8 million
Trevita translates into “three whites.” The name comes from their original idea to produce only three models. However, the white carbon fiber used in the car became too difficult to work with, so they only made two.
Koenigsegg One:1 – $5 million
The One:1 is known as the world’s first “Megacar.” The name comes from its hp-to-kg curb weight ratio which is 1:1. This was previously thought to be impossible for a road legal car, but Koenigsegg pulled it off.
Lamborghini Veneno Roadster – $11 million
Lamborghini is one of the most iconic sports cars out there. The Veneno Roadster takes it to the next level while keeping that iconic style. The car drives like a racing prototype while still being legal for the roads.
Rolls Royce Sweptail – $13 million
Only one of these exists. It was custom made by Rolls Royce for an unnamed person. The director of design at Rolls Royce claims it to be “the automotive equivalent of Haute Couture.”
Toyota Corolla – $18,600
Not every millionaire drives a ridiculously expensive car. A surprising amount of them chooses a much more reasonable car for everyday driving. This frugality is one of the reasons they’re millionaires.