car enthusiasts who are lucky enough to be able to afford the toys of
their choice usually go for a vintage model - something that's either
highly collectible, extremely rare, or a combination of both. Although
it's possible to spend tens of millions of dollars on, say, a '60s
Ferrari, doing so will arguably not give you the same pleasure as taking
delivery of something brand-new, that you have ordered, specced and
waited patiently for. If you've got the cash to splash, here are 7 of
the most expensive new cars you can buy this year. If you don't have the
cash, you can simply have a little drool over your keyboard like the
rest of us mortals:
1. Lamborghini Huracan Performante
Claim to Fame: Production car lap record holder at the Nurburgring
2. Mercedes G650 Landaulet
Price: $666,000 (limited to 99 units)
Claim to Fame: The only vehicle for going on safari while drinking champagne
3. Rolls-Royce Ghost
Claim to Fame: It’s a Rolls-Royce with crushed diamonds in the paint work
4. Ferrari 812 Superfast
Claim to Fame: The most powerful production-series Ferrari ever made
5. McLaren 720S (Super Series)
Price: $290,000Claim to Fame: First all-new car in McLaren Super Series line-up since the 12C
6. Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo
Price: $100,000Claim to Fame: First-ever production station wagon (estate car) made by Porsche. Your dog will love you.
7. Lamborghini Aventador
Price: $420,000 Claim to Fame: The biggest, fastest, and baddest model in Lamborghini’s line-up
The Range Rover Evoque is about as stylish as a luxury car gets.
This is one of those SUVs that nobody really needs, but a certain number – maybe you – just cannot do without.
Mercedes S65 AMG
If your position in life demands driving the best, but you prefer
subtle sophistication to flashy flamboyance, then the Mercedes S65 AMG
is your ride.
Bentley Flying Spur
Beyond having badge appeal reserved for the world’s wealthiest, the Bentley Flying Spur is an exceptional car to drive.
Comfort and serenity are of course inherent to it being a Bentley,
but the Flying Spur is also surprisingly dynamic, confident and
compelling on most any road.
In addition to its well-regarded driving dynamics, handsome design
and surprising efficiency, the M3 boasts the intangible but nevertheless
enviable image of success for whoever is driving it.
The Porsche Macan has a luxurious interior, potent engines, a
comfortable ride and sport sedan-like handling, landing it near the top
of its class.
Rolls Royce Ghost Series II
The Rolls Royce Ghost Series II has enormous power, an opulent
interior with features such as massaging seats, and cutting-edge
technology like an infrared night-vision camera.
In short, it’s one of the finest, most prestigious vehicles money can buy.
Mercedes C63 AMG
If your idea of a luxury car is one that pampers, impresses and
occasionally thrills when the road turns winding, the Mercedes C63 AMG
should prove a very satisfying purchase.
Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat
With handling and technology to match, road-warrior styling and a
lengthy assortment of options, the Charger SRT Hellcat offers a bold
motoring statement in a wide variety of flavors.
The Audi SQ5 luxury-crossover SUV offers all the high-end amenities
for which Audi is known in a vehicle that can do more than just travel
on paved roads.
Comfortable, safe and efficient, the SQ5’s steep price is somewhat offset by its good resale values.
Range Rover Sport
From its iconic square-edge styling to its impressive off-road credentials, the Range Rover Sport is in a league of its own.
If exclusivity and capability are the hallmarks of what you want in
your next luxury SUV, then the Range Rover Sport won’t disappoint.
Figoni and Falaschi were automotive art deco royalty, having worked
with Bugatti, Delage, Rolls-Royce, Talbot Lago, and Delahaye, with which
the coachbuilders worked extensively.
It’s almost impossible to pick out the sexiest of the F&F
Delahayes, as there were hundreds of unique designs made, but we decided
that this red 1938 Delahaye 165 Roadster best represents Figoni and
Falaschi, Delahaye, and its amazing art deco stable-mates.
2. 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Coupe
Gullwing doors are one of the most eye catching automotive design
elements, but all too often they’re either from tacky aftermarket kits
or were included by the designer for the sole purpose of looking flashy.
In the 300SL, the car for which they were invented, they served a
very valuable purpose though; they allowed for additional reinforcement
of the chassis near the bottom of the car that helped the 300SL to go on
to be a world-beating supercar and race car.
3. 1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic
A little more than two years ago, the ’36 Bugatti Type 57C Atlantic
became known as the “most expensive car in the world,” after it sold for
more than $30 million. It is believed that only two remain today.
The car was based on the ’35 Aerolithé concept and maintained many of
the stand-out features, including that well-known seam that runs from
the nose, through the windshield and all the way to the boot.
4. 1961 Jaguar E-Type
Enzo Ferrari described the Jaguar E-Type as “the most beautiful car
ever made” and we’re not going to be the ones to disagree with him.
It’s dramatically proportioned, and beautiful in a way that makes it seem almost organic.
That said, a lot of people think it looks remarkably like a penis.Hopefully the ladies like that.
5. 1967 Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 Stradale
Alfa Romeo is a brand defined by sex appeal and fun; when making a
car, those seems to always be the driving factors behind the design and
As emotionally engaging as all Alfas are, the Tipo 33 Stradale is certainly the most breath-taking of the bunch.
The whole concept was that it brought some of the company’s amazing
race tech to the street, and did so while clad in one of the most
beautiful bodies ever made.
6. 1948 Cadillac Series 62 Saoutchik Cabriolet
Jaques Saoutchik was a giant in the coachbuilding game. From his 1928
Mercedes-Benz 680S Saoutchik Torpedo to his 1948 Delahaye 175s Coupé,
he’s built some of the most stunning cars of all time.
Saoutchik was all about over-the-top risks, and the Cadillac Series 62 was a complete refelction of this mentaily.
The front fenders overflow from the nose, over the front tires and
sweep through to the rear. They are empahsized by two sharp, but large,
swipes of chrome that match.
The car is further set apart by the tri-tone scheme, including hand-applied canework on the door panels.
7. 1938 Talbot-Lago T150 C SS Teardrop Coupe
Yeah, it’s another ’30s art deco car. Don’t blame us for being able to appreciate the greatest design decade of all time.
The 150 C, C standing for “Competition,” has the teardrop styling similar to the Bugatti 57SC Atlantic, but isn’t as well known.
That could be because Talbot-Lago no longer exists, but the fact that
only 11 examples of this car exist today make it extremely note-worthy.
Another masterpiece by Figoni et Falaschi, the ’38 coupe has
emphasized emotional curves, grilles over each headlight and the
streamlined seam running through the car.
8. 1936 Mercedes-Benz 540k Special Roadster
Mercedes-Benz is mostly known for making technologically impressive,
conservatively styled, and very well built cars, and the ’36 540K
Spezial Roadster is two of those things.
Rather than being conservatively styled, the 540k was a long-nosed statement of wealth, style, and Benz’s sporting pride.
Production was cut short due to the second world war, and thus only a few were made, and even fewer survived.
The 540k holds the record for the most expensive pre-war car to have
ever been sold at auction ($11,700,000) and is the most expensive car
that isn’t a Ferrari 250.
9. 1925 Rolls-Royce Jonckheere Phantom I Round Door Coupé
Most Rolls-Royces follow a beloved, but predictable formula: a
massive, boxy sedan with an upright silver grille and an attitude that
says, “don’t touch me, peasant,” but the Jonckheere Phantom I Round Door
Coupé managed to retain the imposing stature of the more run of the
mill Rolls while taking on a wild and unpredictable life of its own.
From the center crease to the signature round doors, every panel of this car is a masterpiece.
10. 1936 Auburn Boattail Speedster
This is, hands down, the most elegant American sports car ever made.
Not only does it have smooth, sensual art deco lines, but its
reputation was made by gangsters, test drivers who took every single car
up to 100mph on public highways, and rakish young men who spent their
free time in double breasted suits with women in scandalously short
Cars have become a passion for people. Everyone wants to buy the best
car but the priorities for each and everyone are different. Some people
want a beautiful looking car. Someone wants a car with exclusive
interiors. And some others have other requirements. This article has
come up with 20 cars with exclusive interiors which are:
Ford Mustang is one of the cars with exclusive interiors. The
interior of Ford model is designed such that it can accommodate 4 people
in a very comfortable way. Initial models of Ford Mustang were
containing 2 seats but with they came out with 4 seats. The seats of
this are Recaro with a black and white pattern which gives it an
exclusive look. The cars also include a sunroof. The breathing and
exhaust system of this is fabulous.
1957 model of Chevy Bel Air was completely new including its engine. The
design of this car was called as “shoebox” design. This is because it
was the first Chevrolet which was featuring streamlined rear fenders. It
is one of the most light-weighted cars. The design of this car is such
that it is more lengthened from the front which gives it an exclusive
interior look. This car is air conditioned. It includes power seats and
power windows. This car also contains power brakes and power steering.
This car has made a space for it in the cars with exclusive
interiors. This car undergoes through a major restyling in this year.
The length was slightly reduced which gave it an exclusive look. It was
provided two pieces curved glass windshield. The beltline of this car
was slightly lowered which provided a comfort level. The steering wheel
of this is very good-looking. The seats are very comfortable due to the
positioning of beltline which makes it better than other cars.
Jaguar XK120 is a sports car. The body of this car is of aluminum and
is hand built which gives it an exclusive look both from inside and
outside. The qualities that keep it different from others are interior
door caps, veneers of wood on the dashboard and wind up windows. The
interior of this car gives a luxurious look. It has leaf springs at the
rear end which are semi-elliptical in shape. The steering of this is
like a recirculating ball. It has drum brakes as well.
This car has also obtained a place for it in top 20 cars with
exclusive interiors. This car is available in two models. One is 2 doors
six passengers and other is four doors, four passengers. The complete
body of this car has simple but graceful lines which give it an
exclusive look. The windshield of this car is Super-scenic. The roof is
sloped and rear window is wraparound. This car has power steering and
It is a type of personal luxury car. This car is embedded with all
the luxurious things which are power vent windows, power windows, power
steering, power brakes and power seats. This car also has a tachometer.
This car is completely air conditioned and has a wraparound windscreen.
The complete interior of this car is done with Bridge of Weir leather.
This car was the most luxurious of its time and due to its quality, it
made its space in top cars with exclusive interiors.
This car took care of everything from looks, performance to comfort.
The windscreen of this car was more covered from other cars, so the
interior was given the somewhat different look from others and this gave
the positive result. The interior design of this car is exactly like a
jet aircraft which gives it an outstanding look. The steering and brakes
are power steering and power brakes. This car also has power window
switches. This car also has windshield wiper controls.
This car was made up of aluminum. Window frames, bumpers and seat all
were made up of aluminum. This gave a nice look to the car and made the
car light in weight leading to better performance. The best feature
that came out in it which made it one of the best cars with exclusive
interiors is its automatic nature. Cars at that time were manual but
this was an automatic one.
This car is a well-known sports car. It has torsion bars that can be
adjusted and telescopic shock absorbers. Both of these things make this
car different from others and exclusive as well. The car was containing
power steering and power brakes. The steering of this car was kept
smaller to give it an elegant look. The shape of the windshield of this
car is really very nice and this gives a beautiful look to the car.
It is a two-seater car with distinctive gull-wing doors. These
gull-wing doors provide it an exclusive look. Its body is completely
made up of metal. The doors of this car open upward which give it a
classy look. This car has a totally powered injection system along with
power brake and power steering. The size of the steering of this car was
smaller in comparison with other competitive cars, which provides a
Pontiac was also one of those cars with a long wheelbase. It was
produced for around 3 years by General Motors. Comparatively, it was a
low priced car with a V8 engine of 4.7-liter capacity. With a horsepower
generation of 180 at 4400 rpm, it helped attract some speed lovers.
Moreover, for a change, considering the safety, padded dashboards were
introduced as an option which helped it gain a place in the list of cars
with exclusive interiors. A twin stripe design was also used
eliminating the era of chrome strips around the trunk and brake lights.
It had a twelve-cylinder engine with chrome work on its rear end
brake lights. It was known as well shaped and formed supercars. It was
released in 1938 at a Paris motor show. It was applauded for its elegant
class representation and radical performance. It was equipped with a
dash, which helped it split up its profile and hide the engine vents (it
also helped hide the door handles). It used to roll down windscreen and
fully covered fenders.
The car was designed for five passengers with a wheelbase of
153.5-inch length. It was mainly the chassis and engine that the car
company built, rest was left up to the owner’s requirement i.e. the body
and interior of the car was custom made by any other third party, based
on customer’s specifications. A mechanical timing mechanism was also
used to indicate the level of oil and battery health on a dashboard
which made it look unique and hence was counted as one of the cars with
V-12 luxury car Auburn was launched in 1932 by Chrysler. This 12
cylinder product was rated high on performing and was very reliable from
an engine point of view. But the main attraction was its interior and
body style which gave a view of royalty. Its engine was more powerful
than eight cylinder engine for obvious reasons but was less costly than
it too. And therefore it was the first choice of many automobile lovers.
One of the outlandish types of Bugatti was launched in 1936 with a
powerful engine, low stance and lightweight construction by Jean
Bugatti. Many believe that it was the first supercar ever made with the
highest speed of 123 mph i.e. 200kph. This two-seated car was one of the
cars with exclusive interiors which gave a luxurious view to the driver
and the co-driver. It had a comfortable sitting for both of the drivers
with a large steering to handle the royalty with ease.
Daimler despite offering many models of luxurious cars in automobile
sector took an extra step to launch Daimler Double Six to get an edge
over its rivals like Rolls Royce. It was a convertible car with an
option of open as well as closed-roof car cabin. The cars, when released
in the market, were a hit and were at first booked for kings and royal
guests. The car was built with double six engines with each block having
independent intake and exhaust system and cooling too.
Alfa Romeo was the first of its generation to be used in single seat
grand Prix. The ‘8C’ in this car’s name refers to the number of
cylinders its engine was made of i.e. eight. It was a mixture of
advanced technology and sophistication with rear fenders having a
teardrop shape, sharp raked windscreen and fastback roof. Top speed
registered by this car was of 115 mph. there was a four-speed manual
transmission with the fame of famous cars with an exclusive interior.
It was one of the most highlighted cars with exclusive interiors with
the engine mounted in front which powered the rear wheels. It was a
two-door convertible body style car. The car became a huge hit in
luxurious cars world with its features if ride control, golf bag doors,
ventilators in both kick panels and cowl. It also had freewheeling
vacuum clutch with add-ons like fender lamps, dual trumpet horns etc
The phantom Corsair was one of the most futuristic cars with
exclusive interiors. It had a seating for six persons with only two
doors and two windows on either side. It gave a very clean and beautiful
profile to the car. The most amusing fact about this car was the door
locking system; it didn’t have any door handles but was instead opened
electrically with the use of push-buttons located on the exterior part
of the dashboard.
Ford Sedan Delivery car with exclusive interior had a V-shaped front
grille and faired-in headlights. It was launched in two versions of
Standard and Deluxe. It had an upper hand on cooling with a larger water
pump. It was a ‘Slantback’ sedan which had a rear trunk door though
space was limited. Ford Sedan Delivery had a round shaped look with fine
horizontal bars and hooded grilles. It was a convertible sedan with
windows that can be rolled up and was built few in numbers.
The article contains 20 cars with exclusive interiors. No car among
these is less than others. Each car has exclusive interiors. Each one
has some specifications which make it different from others. You need to
choose according to your requirement of interiors.