Pagani Huayra Tricolore
> Price: $6.5 million
Pagani fits a new front splitter and rear diffuser for added downforce, as well as a new front bumper that's designed to guide cool air directly to the engine, per the automaker. Other exterior details include rear wing supports shaped to mimic the tail fin of the Aermacchi MB-339A P.A.N (the aircraft currently used by the Frecce Tricolore). There's also a pitot tube—a device normally reserved for airplanes to measure fluid flow velocity—on the hood of the Huayra. It's purely cosmetic, though.
> Price: $9.0 million
We know what you're thinking: "Bugatti doesn’t really have an entry-level model, does it?"
But among the super-rich, the Centodieci ("110" in Italian), might represent something of a bargain, relatively speaking.
Rolls Royce Sweptail
> Price: $13.0 million
The Rolls-Royce Sweptail is another one-off car, and one that also draws inspiration from the finer things in life. Giles Taylor, director of design at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, described the Sweptail as "the automotive equivalent of Haute couture" - talking in much the same terms as Bugatti.
Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta
> Price: $17.6 million
With it’s unique (some would argue ugly) look, the HP Barchetta has added to the incredible legacy of Pagani Zonda. Horacio Pagani, the founder of Pagani Automobili, named this magnificent edition of Zondas for its cunning resemblance to a ‘little boat.’ Only three of these vehicles will ever be made, hence the hefty price tag, and all three have been booked already. One of the models was reserved by the founder as a present for his 60th birthday.
Bugatti La Voiture Noire
> Price: $18.7 million
According to Bugatti, their vintage Type 57 SC Atlantic reflects the marque's "pioneering spirit, passion for perfection and the desire to continually redefine its limits". As such, Bugatti drew inspiration from the old Type 57 when creating La Voiture Noire - or "the Black Car" (we reckon it sounds better in French). One of the four Atlantics ever built has been missing since World War Two - and La Voiture Noire is an homage to that car.
Rolls-Royce Boat Tail
> Price: $28.0 million
Rolls-Royce Boat Tail becomes the world's most expensive car as it is priced at $28 million (Rs. Rs 202 crore) approximately.
The 2021 Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is a four-seater luxury car that stands 19-feet long. It is the first Rolls-Royce car to have been commissioned under the luxury carmaker's new Coachbuild program. The Boat Tail car is inspired from the Rolls-Royce Sweptail car, a one-off model which was the most expensive car from the luxury carmaker till date. It was sold in 2017 for 12.8 million pounds.
The name Boat Tail refers to the Rolls-Royce car's rear which is shaped like a J-class racing yacht. It took more than four years for Roll-Royce employees to hand-build this car. Only three models of the 2021 Boat Tail will see the daylight.
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