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The most expensive cars in the world

Super Black Sport Car front View

Every day we see hundreds of cars pass through our car park in Leeds – big ones, small ones, cheap ones, and some very expensive ones.  After a long discussion to determine the most expensive cars we’ve seen in our car park, we wondered which cars would make the biggest dent in your bank balance. This list isn’t definitive due to the ever-changing nature of the industry, but we guarantee that each of these jaw-dropping beauties deserves to be here.

Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita 

When the Swedes decide to make a supercar they don’t mess about! The 4.8-litre twin supercharged V8 that sits beneath the stunningly beautiful Trevita is capable of propelling this rocket to 60mph in under 3 seconds! If you fancy one you’ll be disappointed to hear that they only made three… and they cost £3.4 million a-piece!

Lamborghini Veneno 

Lamborghini has long been synonymous with building supercars that have a touch of madness about them and the Veneno is no exception. Producing over 750bhp and a top speed of 220mph, this 6.5-litre mid-engined monster will turn heads wherever it goes. Of course, we won’t be seeing many in our car park with a price tag of £2.7 million and a production run of just five!

Bugatti Chiron

Following the legendary Veron was always going to be a tough order, but Bugatti appears to have done it with the new Chiron. The 1,479bhp quad-turbo 8.0-litre engine is odds-on to smash the Veron’s speed record for a production car that currently stands at a mind-boggling 268mph! The big question on car enthusiasts’ lips is whether this £1.9 million hypercar can be the first to break the elusive 300mph barrier.

Ferrari F60 America

No list of insanely expensive cars could be complete without a Ferrari. For many, the prancing horses symbolise all that is great about motoring and the limited edition F60 America has to be one of the most desirable cars to sport this famous emblem. Based on the equally delicious F12, the F60 boasts a 6.3-litre V12 that is hard to tame and threatens to throw you off the road at any moment – careful habdling required! This £2 million open-topped beast is a car designed to turn heads and reward real driving skill. It’s just a shame they only produced 10 of them!

We haven’t been lucky enough to see any of these down at Trafalgar Street car park so if you own one please pop by and say hello! Of course, you don’t need to be driving one of these beasts to be welcome at the friendliest and best value manned car park in Leeds… but it’ll certainly earn you an extra thumbs up!