6 most expensive exotic cars that you can actually buy

6 most expensive exotic cars that you can actually buy

In the world of the rich a vehicle worth $200,000 means only an entry level exotic sports cars. The list of supercars is limited only to the super-rich and the automotive industry is likely to maintain this gap. Exotic car manufacturers and designers are promising next level of ultra-luxury cars as industrial designers keep rolling out futuristic concepts. Meanwhile, we can take a moment to figure out which are the most expensive cars that are actually selling these days.

Aston Martin DB9 GTAston Martin DB9 GT
This exotic car boasts of solid, aluminum-intensive structure that hosts high-reviving 540 horsepower 5.9-liter V-12 engine mated to a six-speed automatic gearbox. DB9 GT is available for $202,775, and if you can wait, then by the end of 2016, DB11 would arrive as replacement to DB9.

Bentley Continental GTBentley Continental GT
It has gone through incremental improvements over the years, Bentley has arrived at its 521 hourspower V-8 S with eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel driver of the base GT. With all these enhancements, the price has also touched spectacular heights at $201,225.

Ferrari California TFerrari California T
It’s the softest model in the Ferrari series with front-mounted 3.9-litre V-8 with 552 hoursepower on tap funneled through a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic. It can go 0-60 in just 3.3 seconds. If you can afford this beauty, then it’s yours for $202,723.

Bentley Flying Spur V-8Bentley Flying Spur V-8
Flying Spur features a 500-hp twin-turbo V-8 and a 616-hp twin-turbo W-1 with an eight-speed automatic, all-wheel drive, and a hand-sewn interior. All that opulence a price tag of $206,725.

Lamborghini Hracan LP580-2Lamborghini Hracan LP580-2
Huracan is a smoking hot entry level Lamborghini treat with an elegant angular design that gives it a feel of stealth fighter with a luxury cockpit. From this cockpit, driver controls a 571 horsepower 5.2-liter V-10 with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic with rear-wheel drive. You can own one for $204,595.

Aston Martin SAston Martine S
It’s shaped like a fighter-jet canopy, built from aluminum panels that are quite pretty and don’t require paint. It is powered by 500 horsepower 5.9-liter V-12 engine with an eight-speed automatic transmission. It can touch 60 mph in 4.7 seconds, which isn’t bad for a entry level luxury car.