Who wouldn’t want to drive or own a supercar? Yes, the hefty prices tags might be a stretch for some people and you might need a windfall. But for those wanting to purchase one of the world’s most exotic and exclusive cars, then this is the guide for you. Even if you are only wondering what car would you buy if you won the lottery?

We have the usual supercars in our lists like the Ferrari Pista,  Mclaren 720S and Lamborghini Huracan which are undoubtedly the best out there. However, when money is not an issue, you can always consider a wide variety of cars. Maybe you want to spend your money on something expensive and track-only version like the P1GTR or something similar to a small hypercar such as the Lykan Hypersport. You can also think to go down a completely different path where elegance and comfort is your choice. Here comes the luxurious Rolls Royce Sweptail comes into play.

The collection of classic cars is an exotic yet moderately priced cars out there in the market. We have the following list of lottery cars you can go through and calm your mind to decide finally.

The Exclusive Supercars

When you think about supercars the McLaren P1, Porsche 918 and Ferrari LaFerrari would always be on the top of the list. These three supercars have been quite popular in the market over the past years. With their hybrid powertrains, a tremendous amount of power and efficient fuel economy is provided by these cars. Each of these cars comes with a hefty price tag, however, the Porsche 918 is the cheapest amongst this trio, with the most expensive version costing around £625,000 for a brand new car. If you think about purchasing a used car, the price tag is still £1 million. The other two vehicles on the list cost around £1million, for a new car with the Ferrari being the most expensive.

McLaren P1 GTR & Ferrari FXX K

Suppose you are thinking about getting your hand on the £1 million marks. In that case, you can purchase the cars as mentioned above (track-only variants). These models are the most expensive variants from the manufacturers with the Ferrari FXX K priced at around £1.8million (plus tax). In comparison, the McLaren P1 GTR costs around £1.98million.

The P1 GTR can be compared with the Formula 1 Race Cars with its 986 bhp and most of its road-focused parts out of its build. The McLaren P1 GTR is only available to those who own the McLaren P1. An additional driver training program and a team of engineers are provided for this exclusive car owners. The manufacturer has said that only 45 of these cars would be produced, so exclusivity is assured.

The Ferrari FXX K comes with a similar arrangement where you get two years of training, racing and maintenance from the manufacturers. It comes with a powerful engine of over 1000 bhp with 540kg of downforce at 125mph, ensuring you never lose your grip while driving this car.

Bugatti Chiron

Next on our list would be this dream car for many people named after the former race car driver Louis Chiron.

It comes with a price tag of £2.1million with a powerful 1,479bhp and 1,600Nm produced from an 8.0-litre quad-turbo W16 engine. You can reach the speed of 0 to 62 mph in under 2.5 seconds flat with the top speed of this car being 261 mph.

Bugatti La Voiture Noire

Two Buggatis in our list is worth the praise. This car has a price tag of £9.5million, but there has only been one model of this car ever produced, and it has already been brought.

If you want to get this car for yourself, you might not be able to do so since no other car models are ever manufactured. However, you can go along with the Buggati Divo priced at £4.5million. This car comes with the same powerstrain as that of the Chiron, but you wouldn’t feel like you are kept away from the best performance these supercars would supposedly allow.

The fastest car in the world!

The 1,341bhp Koenigsegg Agera RS is supposedly known to be the fastest car in the world attaining a speed of 277.87 as of recorded back in 2017. It comes with a price tag of £2million being a serious “investment” at this price tag.

Koenigsegg has manufactured another car that deserves a place in our blog. Though not as fast the Agera RS. Its name is Jesko which is supposedly more potent with its 1,578bhp to provide the car with powerful aerodynamic wizardry. The Jesko comes with a gigantic rear wing, active front splitter, and revised diffuse, which offers a fantastic look for this supercar and provides a 1,400kg of downforce.

Lamborghini Veneno

If you have some serious cash to spend, then the Lamborghini Veneno should be your choice of car. It has a 740bhp 6.5-litre V12 engine and a completely exclusive, sporty look, which will surely make this car the centre of attention!

The bad news is that this car has been out of production since 2014; however, even in 2021, it looks thoroughly modern and indeed resembles any of the current Lamborghini supercars in the market.

Low volume supercars

You can consider purchasing the Trion Nemesis, Zenvo ST1, Icona Vulcano and the track day-only Brabham BT62 if you are looking for a “low volume supercar” which aren’t as popular as the top end Ferraris or Buggatis but would indeed punch a massive hole in your bank account!

Wrapping it Up!

Choosing one from this list is the most challenging thing to do with so many supercars available in the market. This is why we have brought to you this article that you can go through and have a proper insight into which car would be PERFECT for you! If I could, I would have them all.