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The Most Expensive Luxury Cars

Choosing the right luxury car for an ideal chauffeur service is as much about how special it makes the passenger feel whilst in the back of it in terms of comfort as much as it is about the outright expense.

Once you reach a certain price point, the cost is going as much on cutting edge technology as it is on opulence, luxury and comfort, which is one of the reasons why driving or riding in a car so expensive is a one-of-a-kind experience.

Here are the most expensive luxury cars on the market.

Bugatti La Voiture Noire

Luxury hypercar manufacturer Bugatti’s black car set the record for the most expensive new car ever made, costing £13.8m for the homage to the Type 57 SC Atlantic that put Jean Bugatti’s company on the market.

One of the reasons for this is that this is the very definition of a one-off; the aggressive styling, the dorsal seam and the beautiful stylistic elements were all built for one single model, which was sold to an anonymous customer that Bugatti approached directly.

Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta

If Bugatti’s expensive one-off was a celebration of their entire history, Pagani’s HP Barchetta was the end of an era for the company, as it was their final Zonda car that would be put into production (although you can still buy other Zondas by request).

Costing an eye-watering 13.1m and limited to just three cars (one of which was a birthday present for founder Horacio Pagani), the HP Barchetta has several distinctive elements that set it apart from the rest of the range, most notably its group C race car-esque rear wheel covers.

Bugatti Centodieci

Another expensive Bugatti and another celebration of their illustrious history, this time celebrating their bold recent history.

The Bugatti Centodieci (‘110’ in Italian) is not only a car built to celebrate the marque’s 110th birthday but also a celebration of one of the more unique and controversial cars in their history, the bold EB110.

Styled to look more like a Lotus Esprit than the Bugattis before or since, it was infamous not only for then Formula One World Champion Michael Schumacher crashing the car and blaming “inadequate brakes” for the collision with a truck, but also for being the last car they made before going bust.

A terribly timed purchase of Lotus Cars along with the unfinished EB112 saloon car led to cash flow issues and the company remained in limbo for years before being bought by Volkswagen and developing the Veyron, at the time the fastest production car in the world.

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