One might think that a car priced at nearly $1 million would be perfectly crafted, but it seems like some don't quite appeal to everyone. Check out these expensive automobiles that had us doing a double-take.
Before even looking at any Lamborghini model, many people expect to see a stunning vehicle, given the luxurious Italian brand's reputation. However, the Gallardo doesn't exactly suit everyone; Take a look at the unusual shape.
For starters, this baby costs between $99,458 to $346,726, depending on the bells and whistles you select. Plus, with a speed of 202 miles per hour, this bad boy's practically unstoppable, for those who are drawn to the rigid body and with seamless doors, that is.
Mazzanti Evantra V8
Is it just us, or is anyone else getting some serious Pixar vibes here? If you look closely, you might even start to notice that the Mazzanti Evantra V8 looks like a mix of Boost and Sally Carrera from Cars. If only its GPS had the voice of Bonnie Hunt, then we'd be cruising straight into Radiator Springs.
With a top speed exceeding 200 miles per hour, this Mazzanti's a force to be reckoned with on the freeway. Plus, it has 751 horsepower, giving anyone who steps into the driver's seat an instant thrill. So, it might not come as a surprise that this vehicle's priced at around $1.2 million.
Pagani Huayra BC
Many words can be used to describe the Pagani Huayra BC, but for many people, sleek is not one. Some might even say this vehicle resembles some sort of bug between the mirrors popping out of the sides and the wide front end. Can you pick out some insect-like qualities on this bad boy?
This particular vehicle was named after the late Benny Caiola, who was the very-first Pagani customer. Could this mean the car was also made to look like him, and it portrays some of his features? We're guessing that's probably not the case, but with a $2.5 million car, anything's possible.
Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio
Before taking a look at the doors or other details on the Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio, look closely at the windshield. Actually, we stand corrected; Notice the lack of a windshield. Apparently, paying approximately $3 million for a car gets you everything but this significant feature.
So, what does one do when random objects from the sky fly at them? Do you think the vehicle comes with a set of protective goggles? Well, if you're able to look past this missing feature, the car has a V8 engine and can go from zero to 100 in just three seconds, so the speed is no issue here.
2017 Bentley Bentayga
Since Bentley first started making luxury cars, they've only sold sedans. Some say these sedans don't appear to be that special from the outside, but once you step inside, you'll experience nothing but a smooth ride. However, in 2017, when Bentley released the Bentayga, many people were shocked at its appearance.
This Bentley SUV is sold for well over $200,000, but some people simply can't understand why. Various car fanatics have said that it's relatively disproportionate, and the headlamps look slightly cartoonish. What do you think about this expensive SUV? Does its appearance live up to the price?
Aston Martin One-77
Considering this car comes with a price of $1.87 million, some say it's a bit of a plain Jane. There's no doubt that it's a sleek and well-manufactured vehicle, but it appears to be lacking some bells and whistles that the other cars on this list contain.
However, it's an incredibly exclusive vehicle, and the price certainly reflects that; Only 77 of these cars were made, hence the name. All 77 of them sold out rather quickly, so clearly, there must be something special about the Aston Martin One-77, regardless of its appearance.
Whether you prefer to cruise in a convertible or remain protected by the roof, the Dodge Viper comes with both options. This sports car comes in various bright colors, so you're sure to stand out on the road - if that's what you're going for. And since these babies are no longer being produced, they're even more valuable today.
Prices range from around $110,000 all the way to $275,000. However, many people don't see the draw to this expensive car. If you look at it head-on, then sure, the Viper has some fancy details on the hood. But when getting a glimpse from the side, there doesn't seem to be anything extraordinary about it.
Lamborghini Veneno Roadster
The Lamborghini Veneno Roadster is certainly a speed-demon as it can accelerate to 221 miles per hour in no time. Plus, with a V12 750 horsepower engine, this baby is unstoppable. However, there are definitely some unique factors about the vehicle's appearance.
Notice how the spoiler at the back of the car is relatively wide, but the front gets much more narrow; Some say the Roadster closely resembles a giant dart. Can you picture it being thrown straight at a target? Anyone care to cruise around town in this $4.5 million life-sized game piece?
For a steep price of approximately $1.7 million, you can get your very own Bugatti Veyron. That is if you're pleased with the car's unique appearance; Some people say it looks like a beetle or some other type of bug. Based on this description, it's hard to believe the Veyron can reach 200 miles per hour.
There have even been a few special edition models made of this vehicle, including the Veyron Bleu Centenaire and the Veyron Pure, which essentially have even more exaggerated features. Regardless of the bells and whistles on this baby, it's hard not to look at it and immediately think of a glorified beetle.
Koenigsegg Agera R
This might simply be because of this model's dark green color, but various people have said that the Koenigsegg Agera R looks exactly like a ninja turtle. Take a look at the sleek roof and side mirrors; Do you suddenly see Raphael the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle or what?!
Well, regardless of the Koenigsegg Agera R's unique appearance, this bad boy can reach 60 miles per hour in just 2.9 seconds, with a horsepower of approximately 1,124. Now, that's one speedy vehicle! If you're lucky, you can purchase one of these guys for about $1.5 million.
1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa
If the local carnival improved their bumper cars, they might look a little something like this. With no roof and extreme curves, the 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa looks like a rather playful vehicle. But believe it or not, this baby's quite the speed demon and is sold for more money than you could probably imagine.
This car's certainly an oldie but a goodie, and there are few of them left on the road today. If you're in the market for one of these exquisite glorified bumper cars, you better be ready to pay a mere $16.4 million for it. Chances are, you'll turn heads on the road in this baby.
2017 Tesla Model X
Tesla seems to be the trendiest, hottest car on the roads these days, and they certainly stand out among the others. For starters, the Tesla Model X closely resembles a spaceship given its shape and size. Plus, with those doors that look like flapping wings, it seems like it's ready for takeoff!
Elon Musk's creation can be purchased for anywhere between $86,000 and $140,000, depending on the bells and whistles on the particular model. But hey, for a spaceship on wheels, it might just be worth this steep price! Who knows, maybe a few years from now, we'll be soaring into the atmosphere in this thing!
This hybrid electric car sure comes with plenty of bells and whistles, but not everyone's on board when it comes to the car's overall appearance. The Jaguar C-X75 definitely has a sleek look, but the wheels kind of look like they're going to pop out of the body like some type of transformer.
Unless you're into the whole car coming alive thing, then the Jaguar C-X75 could be perfect! Looks aside, though, this baby's often referred to as "the most advanced Jaguar ever created," so that certainly counts for something. Hence the steep price, which starts at $800,000.
BMW I8 Roadster
BMW certainly has a wide variety of vehicles, ranging from simple sedans to, low and behold, the I8 Roadster. This car is definitely not your average ride, considering the doors flap up like wings, or perhaps even the sides of a spaceship; What else can this bad boy do?
These doors aren't necessarily for everyone, as they'll indeed draw some extra attention; This could be perfect for anyone looking to steal the spotlight on the road. To get this futuristic automobile, you have to be willing to pay around $150,000. Plus, be sure you won't get sick of these strangely built doors before splurging.
At first glance, the Lykan Hypersport looks like it's straight out of a Hot Wheels commercial. This might just be due to the photo's angle, but something tells us this car lacks legroom. This bad boy was the first sports car to be designed in the Middle East. It was initially used by the Abu Dhabi police and costs about $3.4 million.
Could you imagine getting pulled over for speeding in this cute little thing? The car gained even more attention when it appeared in Universal Studios' Furious 7 and has been an automotive icon ever since. Plus, the Lykan Hypersport has 750 horsepower and can reach a speed of 60 miles per hour in just 2.8 seconds.
Apparently, four wheels simply aren't enough for some car gurus to make a statement on the road. And that's where the Covini 6SW comes into the picture, a six-wheeled supercar. For approximately $650,000, this unique vehicle can be yours, with a state-of-the-art 4.2-liter V8 engine.
But the question still remains; Why six wheels? Is it just us, or does the middle wheel look like it's about to fall off? Chances are, the vehicle was well-made, and drivers won't have to worry about losing a tire, but still, it's definitely not your average-looking car.
Zenvo TS1 GT
The Zenvo TS1 GT has just about everything a car fanatic could ever wish for; A 5.8-liter twin-supercharged V8 engine and a top speed of 233 miles per hour. However, the vehicle's appearance doesn't appeal to everyone. And for anyone who wants their door handle to stand out, then this probably isn't the car for you.
Besides this electric-blue, the Zenvo TS1 GT also comes in bright yellow, plus some other vibrant colors; Evidently, this model isn't for those who prefer to blend in. So, do you think the $1.2 million price tag is worth it? Well, if you're into mind-blowingly bright cars, then this could be your perfect match.
Aston Martin Valkyrie
While it certainly looks futuristic and unique, the Aston Martin Valkyrie looks like anything but a typical car that you could comfortably cruise in. Some say the distinct front wheels look like body parts popping out of the vehicle, which appears relatively low to the ground.
But if you're a fan of this car's appearance, then you'll be pleased to know that this limited-production hybrid sports car comes with a naturally-aspirated V12 engine, and speed is certainly no issue here. Only 150 of these babies will be made, so it's no wonder each one costs approximately $3 million.
McLaren P1 GTR
This incredibly exclusive vehicle was the first McLaren to contain the GTR moniker, so already, it's a force to be reckoned with on the road. Less than 50 McLaren P1 GTRs were produced, making this model even more iconic. Plus, with neon yellow and green paint, the car's like no other.
And notice how many nooks and crannies the body contains; If you put your coffee on top of the car even for a minute, it might slip in somewhere and never be seen again. Now that's a scary thought for the morning! This model is sold for over $2.5 million, with a speed of 225 miles per hour.
This might look just like the Bugatti Veyron, but believe it or not, it's an entirely different model. The Chiron also has a beetle-like shape, but the company essentially kicked everything up a notch, so you could say this one's basically a mega-bug with some brand-new features.
This bad boy's one of the world's fastest sports cars, reaching a top speed of 261 miles per hour. So, we're starting to think that the Bugatti Chiron looks like something tougher than a bug; Perhaps, something a bit more dangerous. Oh, and keep in mind, this baby costs nearly $3 million.
Given the atypical shape and overall appearance of the Tramontana, is this thing even considered a car? It looks like it could transform into some type of robot at any given second; We think it might have a mind of its own. Now, that's a scary thought, unless you're a daredevil who finds this idea thrilling.
Prices start at $550,000 but can reach nearly $1 million depending on each vehicle's specifics. And this baby's certainly a speedy one, with a top speed of 202 miles per hour. Evidently, the Tramontana holds its own on the road; It just takes a brave driver to hit the gas.
Like many of the cars on this list, the Apollo Arrow is another speed demon, reaching 60 miles per hour in less than three seconds, with a top speed of 224 miles per hour. But this baby isn't for everyone, as it's on the market for over a million dollars, and its appearance is, well, just look for yourself.
Supposedly the design was based on a shark mixed with an F22 Raptor fighter jet. And truthfully, that was pretty spot on, whether it's just a rumor or the real story. But with all of the rigid edges and the sharp hood, opening the door doesn't look like an easy task.
Rolls Royce Ghost
Many car fanatics are obsessed with the Rolls Royce Ghost design, but we're curious what exactly makes this vehicle such a beauty. It's certainly sleek and has the fancy name to go along with it, but does anyone actually like the suicide doors? They may be functional, but they're a strange sight to many.
We can't help but wonder if this car is supposed to perform some type of disappearing act with the name Ghost. However, it's pretty bulky, so maybe not. No matter how strange people find this car, the truth is, it must be worthwhile in some way, considering the price is over $300,000.
Pagani Zonda S
After watching the movie Cars, it's hard not to picture each vehicle as a character, and at first glance, the Pagami Zonda S gives us some slight Buzz Lightyear vibes. With the mirrors that resemble antennas and the uniquely positioned headlights, we're starting to think this guy might come alive on the road!
Priced at approximately $930,000, this bad boy isn't cheap, but if you're looking to commute to work inside one of your favorite cartoon characters, then this could be the car for you! And it reaches a speed of 220 miles per hour, so no matter what kind of fictional creature it resembles, this car won't slow you down.
Ferrari Superamerica 410
With the name Superamerica, we're expecting this bad boy to come with some impressive superpowers. Especially since not much sets it apart from the other cars on the road in terms of appearance. But according to Forbes, a 1956 model sold for somewhere between $5 and $6 million in 2018.
Clearly, the Ferrari Superamerica 410 has something extraordinary about it, considering it costs more than many people's homes. This one seems to be an oldie but a goodie, with a top speed of 155 miles per hour; Plus, there are very few of these babies left on the road, so they're incredibly valuable today.
The Lamborghini Urus is larger than most of the Lambos on the market, but keep in mind that bigger doesn't always mean better. Many potential buyers couldn't figure out whether this model is intended to be a small SUV or an oversized-sedan; What do you think? The ratio seems a little unusual from the side angle.
According to lamborghini.com, this baby has "the soul of a super sports car and the functionality of an SUV," leaving the car to be a mystery. And if you noticed some "muscular" aspects, you're not wrong; The company specifically points that out. The car costs about $218,000 but can be more if you're asking for a lot of amenities.
Compared to some other Jaguar models, the XKR is quite the bargain, as its price ranges from $83,400 to almost $180,000, depending on what kinds of perks it includes. But some people think they know the reason that this car costs less than some others; The build isn't overly exciting.
Based on the photo, it doesn't seem like there's much to set the XKR apart from other cars on the market, and it certainly doesn't give off that shiny new toy vibe - not in his color, at least. Even the door handles seem a bit outdated and boring, but hey, it supposedly has some pretty comfy seats.
Alfa Romeo 4C
At first glance, the Alfa Romeo 4C definitely stands out from the other cars on this list. It's relatively smaller, and even looks like the body was mushed into a ball to reach this shape and size; Almost like a juicy red jelly bean. But this light-weight candy-like car has its perks.
It has 237 horsepower, a 1.7-liter turbocharged engine, and a top speed of 160 miles per hour. The Alfa Romeo may not be the fastest car on the market, but it's still relatively speedy, and with its compact shape, you can fit into almost any parking pace of your choice!
The McLaren Speedtail is practically the opposite of the P1 GTR. It has a much smoother body, for starters, but to some car lovers, that still doesn't make it a perfect automobile, at least in terms of looks. This limited-production hybrid sports car is priced at around $2 million.
Plus, this baby can reach a speed of 250 miles per hour, which might have something to do with the simplicity of the sides. Some say this aspect makes it a boring car, but many speedsters can see this particular build's perks. Does anyone else seem to think it looks like the doors have morphed into the rest of the body?
The Mercedes-Maybach 6 definitely has a different look than the company's other models, but that's what makes it such a special car. Starting with the overall shape of the vehicle, there's certainly no shortage of hood length. It has a sleek look but somewhat resembles a rocketship with an elongated body.
Do you think that could make it difficult to find a parking spot? Well, for anyone who appreciates this lengthy vehicle, you can get your very own for over $350,000. The car includes four electric motors and can accelerate to 62 miles per hour in less than four seconds.