Imagine a car with a $30 million price tag – that’s what you get with the Rolls-Royce Boat Tail. This extraordinary vehicle boasts a 1000W electric motor and a top speed of 20 km/h, which may seem modest compared to the boat tail’s actual top speed of 341 km/h, but there’s a reason for that. Rolls-Royce has gone above and beyond to ensure that the Boat Tail lives up to its name, precisely as envisioned by its discerning Creating this masterpiece required a unique set of tools, including chain saws, an angle grinder, and a hand chisel, as it’s no ordinary automobile. Craftsmen painstakingly sculpted the wooden Boat Tail, showcasing the artistry and dedication synonymous with the Rolls-Royce name
With a price tag of $19 million, the Bugatti La Voiture Noire is not just expensive; it’s a work of structural brilliance akin to a diamond. Its unparalleled structural stability, reminiscent of the robustness needed for a space shuttle, elevates its exclusivity. Handcrafted with exceptional attention to detail, this vehicle stands as a testament to the pinnacle of automotive craftsmanship.
What sets the Bugatti La Voiture Noire apart is its remarkable composition – it’s entirely constructed with diamonds, making it the most expensive car to grace the roads today.
At a staggering cost of eight million euros each, the Bugatti Centodieci is an engineering marvel. Its 1,176 kW quad-turbocharged W16 engine weighs a mere 20 kg less than the Bugatti Chiron, showcasing its commitment to performance. Limited to just ten units worldwide, each priced at $8 million, the Centodieci reaches a top speed of 435.3 km/h.
Among the exclusive owners of the Bugatti Centodieci is Christophe Pichon, the President of Bugatti Automobiles, underlining its rarity and prestige.