List of most Expensive Cars in the World


In this article we’re about to feature a list of most expensive cars across the globe. We’ll talk about some of the richest car owners and their exquisite collections. From splurging expenses over classic models to investing in suave designs, the rich and their extravagant fleet of four wheelers is an absolute sight to the sore eyes. If you’re wondering about the list already, then let’s just cut to the chase. Car lovers assemble!

1. Cristiano Ronaldo’s Bugatti Centodieci

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Bugatti Centodieci

Let’s start with the best, the 5 time Footballer of the Year awardee and star player Cristiano Ronaldo own a $10.5 million Bugatti Centodieci. Standing at 7 among the most expensive cars, the 3rd highest paid athlete owns a net worth of $500 million and has an unparalleled sensational fan base.

Fun fact: The car speeds up from 0 to 100 km/h within three seconds, just like a blazing wild fire!

2. Haracio Pagani’s Zonda HP Barchetta

Haracio Pagani’s Zonda HP Barchetta

The multi-millionaire Businessman owned the Pagani brand, among which was this luxurious Italian car worth $17.5 million. The car has a 7.3 liter V12 engine and is one of the rarest models from the Zonda series.

Fun fact: this car has a six-speed manual gearbox and the wheels are forged in Aluminum, it’s a ride with furious wings!


3. Jay-Z and Beyoncé owned Rolls Royce Boat Tail

Jay-Z and Beyoncé owned Rolls Royce Boat Tail

The power couple Jay-Z and Beyoncé are one of the most affluent pop artists of the world. Their combined net worth is a remarkable $1.35 Billion, feeding the otherworldly riches owned by the duo collectively. Among the grand properties, chateaus and capital opulence, they also possess the ultimate beast- Rolls Royce Boat Tail. Eye candy of the hour worth $28.4 million.

Fun fact: The iconic figures own one among the only three models of the car ever made!


4. Ron Pratte’s Car Collection

Ron Pratte’s Car Collection - mustang-  1969 Shelby GT500

The Construction specialist and millionaire Ron Pratte owns a stellar car collection worth $40.44 million. His net worth being $350 million, the grandee holds a dozen different models worth countless bucks. Most notable among the fleet was the convertible mustang-  1969 Shelby GT500.

Fun fact: While the world watched in awe of his grandeur, in 2021 he sold his entire collection for charity. The philanthropy invited immense attention and appreciation for the industrialist back in the day.

5. Rodger Dudding’s Car Collection – 1952 Morris Minor

Rodger Dudding has a solid net worth of $237 million, out of which $52.7 million goes in his pursuit of stocking his favourite motors. 1952 Morris Minor is an original and most expensive car in his collection, it belonged to Dudding’s late father. It’s a small 4-seater car with an 850 cc engine manufactured by Morris Motors Limited. He invented the paper ticket machine and started racking up cars out of the profit influx.

Fun fact: The millionaire British businessman collected 350 cars in all and continues to do so!

6. The Gosford Classic Car Museum

The Gosford Classic Car Museum

The museum in Australia is host to around 400 automobiles. It’s the biggest private collection of the world and a display of worth $70 million in total. Net worth of the Museum owner Tony Denny is $333 million, who is known for his real estate development projects.

Fun fact: Classic attractions of the Museum include, Volkswagen Beetles, Bentleys, Ferraris, and the stunning  Alvis TB14 Roadster.


7. Sultan of Brunei- the ultimate Sultan of Cars

Sultan of Brunei tops the list with his magnanimous Car Collection worth $5 Billion. Best among the grandiose are 380 Bentleys, 480 Ferraris, 600 RR, Mercedes, Porches and other countless luxury brands. His net worth makes up to a dreamy figure of $30 Billion.

Fun fact: Sultan owns 7000 cars assembled at his personal garage, most of them stand unbothered merely as a showcase.

So when are you going car shopping yourself? We hope these glamourous car collections caught your attention, needless to say, this is just the tip of the iceberg and many more expensive cars continue to own the market as we speak.