Top 10 Best Cars In The World

We’ve all dreamed of that ‘one car’ in our lifetime, at least I know I have. And even though we finally find the car we dream of, isn’t it fun to just wonder ‘what if’ from time to time?

What if I had the money to buy any car I wanted? Money is no object — what would your answer be?

I recently took a look at the Top 10 Most Expensive Cars in the World. Wow, the price tags were astounding but I still couldn’t help but think, ‘what if.’


  1. Pagani Huayra – 2012, 370 cu in (6.0 L), AMG, bi-turbo, M158 V12, 790hp, 230mph – $2.8 million


  1. Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio – 2013, 4.5 L Ferrari F136 F, V8, 570hp, 198mph – $3 million


  1. Aston Martin – 2018, 6.5 litre Cosworth, naturally-aspirated, V12, 1000hp, 250mph, $3.2 million


  1. Bugatti Veyron Mansory Vivere – 2005, 8.0 L, 1200hp, 253mph, $3.4 milion


  1. Lykan HyperSport – 2013, 3.7 L twin-turbocharged, flat-six, 780hp, 240mph, $3.4 million


  1. McLaren P1 LM – 2013, 3.8 L twin-turbocharged, M838TQ, V8, 1000hp, 147mph, $3.6 million


  1. Lamborghini Veneno – 2013, 6.5 L, L539, V12, 740hp, 221mph, $4.5 million


  1. Koenigsegg Ccxr Trevita – 2006, 4.7 L V8 (twin supercharged, gasoline/ethanol), 1004hp, 254mph, $4.8 million


  1. Rolls Royce Sweptails – 2017, 6.75 L, V12, 453hp, 150mph, $13 million


  1. Bugatti La Voiture Noire – 2019, 8 L, W16, 1500hp, 261mph, $19 million
Bugatti La Voiture Noire

Can you imagine spending that kind of money on a car? I mean, most people don’t make that much in a lifetime.


If you are looking for a good vehicle with a more affordable price tag, you might consider these:


  1. Toyota Corolla Hybrid – 53mpg city, 52mpg highway, automatic high beams, steering assist, $23,100


  1. Chevrolet Impala – V6, 305hp , $32,495


  1. Kia Sedona – minivan, 7 inch touch screen, $27,600


  1. Kia Sorento – 3-row SUV, Apple CarPlay, $26,690


  1. Hyundai Santa Fe – 2-row SUV, driver drowsiness monitoring, $27,275


  1. Toyota Camry – 29mpg city, 41mpg highway, Amazon Alexa compatible, $24,425


  1. Honda CR-V – 60/40 split folding rear seats, 75.8 cu. Ft. cargo space – $25,150


  1. Kia Forte – 31mpg city, 41mpg highway, smartphone mirroring technology, $17,890


  1. Kia Soul – lane keeping assist, 62.1 cu. Ft. cargo space, $17,490


  1. Honda Fit – pint-sized hatchback, 52.7 cu ft. cargo space, 33mpg city, 40mpg highway, $16,190
2020 Honda Fit

Until next time – keep your eyes on the road!!

Sharon is a fourth generation Waxahachian and a 1985 graduate of Waxahachie High School. She and her husband, Rex, have four children, two of which are also Waxahachie High School graduates, Kasey in 2006 and D’Ann in 2020 along with six fur babies. She loves to sing and play music and is a part of the worship band at Water Street Baptist Church. She is dedicated in helping the Ellis County community grow and thrive now and in the future.


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