The Aston Martin One 77 series is one-of-a-kind, made out of a carbon-fibre chassis with a handcrafted aluminium body, the One 77 surely strikes out as a unicorn parched on top of a rainbow. What makes the car elusive is the exclusivity; only 77 of these beauties will be made, hence the name.
2. Koenigsegg Agera: INR 12.50 Cr
The car manufacturer who-cannot-be-named (give it a try, we dare you) has one of the most expensive sports car to offer. Priced at INR 12.50 crore, the 390 km/h will surely burn the tarmac and a hole in your pocket as well.
3. Bugatti Veyron: INR 12 Crore
Bugatti Veyron has become a household name, and every four-wheeler fanatic’s wet dream, especially shattering the world record for being the fastest production car in the world at 431 km/h with its 1001 horsepower W16 engine! This wild beast can be tamed at a sum of INR 12 crore, a hefty price to pay, but worth every rupee.
4. Maybach 62 S: INR 5.10 Crore
The next in the Maybach series, the 62 S is a special edition as well. Having a length of 6.2 metres is the secret behind its name. Priced at INR 5.10 crore, this is one of the most expensive luxury cars on Indian streets.
5. Maybach 57 S: INR 4.85 Crore
The Maybach by Daimler AG is a revival of the original Maybach series from the early 19th century. A top-end luxury car, the Maybach was placed ahead of Rolls-Royce and Bentley in the Luxury Brand Status Index of 2008.
6. Rolls-Royce Drophead: INR 4.20 Crore
Yet another Rolls-Royce to embrace this list, the Drophead is the convertible variant of the Rolls-Royce Coupe. The Drophead comes with all the standard amenities offered in the coupe, but without a roof of course.
7. Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe: INR 4 Crore
The epitome of elegance, the Phantom series has always been the flagship range for the Rolls-Royce series, and the Coupe is no exception! This beauty adorned with the Spirit Of Ecstacy costs INR 4 crore in the Indian market and is yet one of the most sought-after cars.
8. Bentley Brookland: INR 3.80 Crore
Bentley makes its debut on this list with its Brookland, a car that has been around since 1992, and went off the belt in 1997, but was resurrected again in 2008. An elegant piece of art, this one’s is poised at INR 3.80 crore. Heavy for the pocket indeed.
9. Lamborghini Aventador: INR 3.69 Crore
Lamborghini’s raging bull is the next in the list. This monster, named after the most fearsome bull in Spain, is the successor of the 10-year old Murcielago. The production of Aventador is limited to 4000 cars, and will cost INR 3.69 crore! The car tops at 349 km/h and does 0-100 in 2.9 seconds.
10. Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano: INR 3.57 Crore
This Grand tourer by the Italian giants is the successor of Ferrari 575M Maranello. Launched in 2007, the Fiorano gets its name from the 5999 cc V12 engine, and is an ode to the Fiorano Circuit owned by Ferrari themselves. This beautiful beast costs a whooping INR 3.57 crore on Indian streets. The Fiorano does 0-100 km/h in 3.7 seconds and has a top speed of 330 km/h.