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Why The New Lamborghini Cost $117 Million Dollars!

Honk, honk, hot rod lovers. Tired of your old Honda Civic or Mazda Protege? Wish you could drive a car that would impress your date and the valet? Times are changing, and as new car technology advances exponentially, the future is looking like more than just a horizon. From diamond bejeweled headlights to self-driving cybertrucks.

We’re on a road trip to some of the wildest automobiles on the market today. So wave goodbye to that old Toyota Corolla and shift into cruise control as we tour the hottest futuristic cars you can buy right now. Well, that is if you can afford them. We’re starting off our list with a pretty rare specimen.

The Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita comes built with a twin supercharged 4.8 liter V8 engine with 1018 horsepower.

For a quick refresher, horsepower is the amount of power needed to move 33000 pounds one foot in one minute. The CCXR is truly a stallion. You’d think a car boasting such gains would require a sufficient amount of mass to go 0 to 200, but here’s the kicker, this car only weighs two thousand eight hundred and twenty one pounds thanks to new technology from the vanguards at Koenigsegg.

Aside from its extreme rarity, the state of the art vehicle has car freaks drooling over more than just its speed. Is beauty only skin deep? This car’s impressive interior has a knockout body to match, built with one of a kind sparkling white carbon fiber unique to the CCXR. This guy is literally sparkling with diamonds. This is due to a unique coated fiber solution that changes the colored dazzling.

Why did we mention how rare this car is? Only two CCXRs currently exist in the world, and for a mere $4.8 million you can own one of the rarest vehicles out there. Hey, Jay Leno owns one. Why can’t you? The weighing in at 200 pounds lighter than the CCXR, the Pagani Huayra Roadster is certainly no summer breeze.

This car has a starting price of $3.4 million. A modest price to pay for its carbon titanium bodywork. The interior is nothing to sneeze at either. A combination of artisanal wood, luxury leather and other carbon materials weaved together throughout the car’s interior, pairing the laser cut accuracy of a race car with the elegance of Mother Nature into a stunning union of aesthetics.

With a catalytic converter employing Formula One technology, this glorious beast can seriously drive. If you find yourself behind the wheel of a B.C. roadster, you can confidently floor it knowing you’ve got a twin turbo charged V12 engine with 791 horsepower to boot. The future is now with this automotive animal. And hey, at 3.4 million, it’s pretty much a steal.

So you’ve been shopping at the car store for a couple of minutes and all these $4 million rides are tempting. You really want something that’s going to break the bank. Something edgy, individual, and truly one of a kind. Well, look no further. The Lamborghini Egoista is here. Egoista literally translates to selfish in Italian. And it’s clear why.

The designer, Walter de Silva, former head of Volkswagen, said the Lamborghini Egoista is hedonism taken to the extreme. The car is a one seater with fully removable canopy door model to look like a fighter jet. The car’s exterior is even made with anti radar material, keeping faithful to the aircraft inspiration.

The Bodywork for the Egoista boasts advanced aerodynamic panels that shift in height in relation to downforce instability. Can you guess the launch price of the Egoista? Yeah. You really think you can guess? Try one hundred and seventeen million dollars. A numbers are so big we had to spell it out in the script so it wouldn’t be mispronounced.

And don’t worry, we won’t judge you if you can’t afford this vehicle. However, we’re pretty certain you can afford to click the share button , right? Who says expensive, futuristic luxury cars are only for the private buyer? This 789 horsepower steed is actually used as a police car in Abu Dhabi. However, the Lykan hyper sport is no Ford Crown Vic.

This car can go zero to 100 kilometers in 2.8 seconds, making it optimal for high speed driving over long distances. With only seven models in existence, you can rest assured the Hypersports certainly costs a pretty penny. For only 4.5 million dollars, you too can own this audacious oddity with real diamond embedded headlights.

But don’t worry if diamonds are your thing, the manufacturer also offers a selection of rubies, yellow diamonds and sapphires to choose from. You can even color coordinate it with the paint job. The Hypersport was featured in the beloved classic film Furious 7, though the production team had to use a Hypersport replica made with cheaper materials.

Perhaps the Nouvoyage Tender 33 was what Frank Sinatra was singing about when he recorded Somewhere Beyond the Sea. This amphibious yacht limousine is truly one for the books. Behold the 33 foot boat mobile, which comfortably seats 12 passengers and two crew members. This car even has its own galley and retractable roof.

With a top speed of 28 knots, you can sail this car right into your bank account as it can someday be purchased for about two million dollars. Nouvoyage, the company responsible for this aquatic wonder, also claimed to be working on a 45 foot water limo for the mega yacht market. All aboard the RMS trust-fund.

Think you could pull up to the club in one of these. Only if you’re going to fire festival, hashtag island vibes. The heavily anticipated Tesla Roadster is coming in hot, this electric car can go six hundred and twenty miles on a single charge, with an acceleration rate of zero to 60 miles and one point nine seconds flat. And it’s electric induction motor weighs just 70 pounds.

The car’s slick, innovative design already guarantees that a classic car of the future. And good news, anxious investors. This car has a starting price of only $250000. Better reserve this one fast before the prices go up as this car is destined to be a sure fire bestseller. With fully removable glass roof, this car doubles as a convertible, making it an ideal cruiser for long autonomous drives down the beach.

However, if you’ve got a serious need for speed, the Tesla Roadster can travel over 250 miles per hour. So we’ve seen carbon fiber, carbon titanium, but how about carbon fiber reinforced plastic? The BMW 328 Homage is constructed of such aforementioned material and the results are wicked cool. Due to its lightweight bodywork, the whole car weighs in at 1720 pounds.

Pretty futuristic for a car that celebrates the past. The Homage features a variety of other materials, including leather and aluminum on the exterior, resembling somewhat of a suitcase appearance. A pretty unusual look for a two seater. Perhaps the car’s history can account for its bold look, modeled after the BMW 328 Touring Coupe from the 1930s.

The new 328 is History in Motion. Paying a birthday homage to the 75 year old car with the highest average speed on the meal mcgillivray. Because this is technically a concept car, it was pretty difficult to find a price point for this bad boy. So we’ll ask you, how much would you pay for the state of the art blast from the past?

No expensive car list would ever be complete without an Aston Martin. And that’s why we’re thrilled to include the Aston Martin Valkyrie, marketed as their first ever hyper car. This spicy little number evokes connotations of being chosen by the gods, according to their website. Let’s take a look under the hood to find out why.

It’s aerodynamic, full carbon fiber bodywork makes it a street legal vendor kenned for high speed experimentation. With its V12 engine, this 1600 horsepower vehicle can go up to 250 miles per hour. And hey, relatively speaking, Aston Martin is seriously mass producing these things. 150 units with a starting price of $3.2 million.

It might make a nice stocking stuffer for Christmas 2020. Yep, you guessed it, with all the current hype around the cyber truck, you’d better make our list. The most noticeable thing about the cyber truck is its zealous design, built with ultra hard, 30 times cold rolled stainless steel. Try saying that five times fast. The Cyber Truck is one tough beast.

It’s sharp, geometric tinted windows made of armor glass give it some serious tron vibes. This truck can go 250 miles in a single charge and with 7500 pounds towing capacity, you could tow another Tesla cyber truck on your way to the mountains, as this truck weighs about 5000 pounds. Well, it’s no Lambo Egoista, the Cyber Truck can reach speeds of up to 110 miles per hour.

If you want in on the action, you can purchase one of these bad boys for around $60000, with some of the lower end models starting at just 40k. Now we know some of these cars like the Tesla Roadster aren’t on the market just yet, but hold on, these are the cars of the future. In a couple of years, they’ll be as common as sliced bread or hovercrafts.

So continuing into the future, we’d like to end our list with the concept car so prophetic, so mesmerizing, you won’t believe it’s not butter. No, of course it isn’t butter. It’s a combination of extremely aerodynamic carbon fiber, reinforced bodywork. You get the idea. Anyway, introducing the Mercedes Benz vision AVTR. This concept car is hot off the press and ready to change the world one biodegradable battery at a time.

The AVTR stands for Advanced Vehicle Transformation. But the acronym also serves as a shout out to James Cameron’s 2009 film Avatar. As Cameron worked closely with the Mercedes Benz team to design the car. Much like the film’s eco friendly message, there are virtually no earth metals used in the making of this electric car.

The AVTR can go 450 miles on a single charge, and, hear this Tesla, it charges in 15 minutes. This 469 horsepower car is equipped with front and rear steering. So essentially, this car can drive sideways, which will be a game changer for those of us who are still mastering the art of parallel parking.

Though this strange beauty is yet to hit the commercial markets, you can be assured that this vehicle is a preview of what’s to come in the near future. Well, there you have it. A rolling tour of the top 10 most futuristic cars on the market or soon to be on the market anyway. Which one of these grease lightnings would you take your sweetheart out in for a spin on the race track?

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Written by Wolfgang Mayer

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