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These Are the Most Expensive British Cars for Sale on Autotrader

Here are five of the most expensive British cars currently listed for sale on Autotrader. British cars are known for being expensive, with virtually all brands being high-end luxury automakers: Jaguar, Land Rover, Aston Martin, Bentley and Rolls-Royce, just to name a few — and that’s not even considering supercar manufacturer McLaren. Among them all, these are five of the priciest British cars on Autotrader today.

2015 McLaren P1

2015 McLaren P1 – $2,750,000

All of the most expensive British cars listed for sale on Autotrader are McLaren P1 models, and there’s a surprising amount of P1s currently listed for sale — perhaps due to the arrival of the Senna. This is the most expensive P1 on Autotrader, with a visible carbon body and an odometer that reads just 826 miles from new. It’s currently offered by McLaren Newport Beach in Southern California for $2.75 million, which is in the realm of the other P1 models listed for sale.

2018 Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Volante

2018 Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Volante – $1,100,000

The Aston Martin Vanquish Volante is already a special car, but this takes things a step further. This is a Vanquish Volante by Zagato, which is an Italian design studio that has created speciality versions of various Aston Martin models over the years — including this one. There are just a dozen of these in the United States, and this is one — a brand-new 2018 model offered by Prestige Imports in the Miami area for $1.1 million.

2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom

2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom – $602,450

The Phantom is Rolls-Royce’s flagship model, and this is probably the highest-optioned Phantom currently listed for sale. It’s a brand-new 2018 model offered by Braman, the Rolls-Royce dealership in Miami, for $602,450 — an enormous sum, of course, but then this is an enormously luxurious car. It’s finished in 2-tone silver and black, and the interior is called "seashell" — and the description notes that this Phantom’s trim is called the "Titan Collection" model. Indeed it is.

1988 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante

1988 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante – $489,000

This is the only classic on this list — a 1988 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante, which is a wonderful, old Aston Martin that most people don’t know all that much about. Offered by Motorgroup LLC in the Phoenix area, this V8 Vantage Volante has traveled just under 32,000 miles from new, and it’s one of just a dozen U.S.-specification models with a manual transmission, per the listing. It’s offered for a healthy $489,000, and it’s likely a desirable car to Aston Martin collectors.

2019 McLaren 720S

2019 McLaren 720S – $479,156

Short of the Senna, the F1, and the P1, the McLaren 720S is McLaren’s "ultimate" car — and certainly the most expensive McLaren you can buy right now without earning an allocation for an ultra-limited vehicle. This is the most expensive 720S currently listed for sale, and it’s offered by McLaren Beverly Hills for an amazing $479,156 — meaning it’s likely loaded with options. If you want one of today’s top supercars with nearly everything it offers, here’s your chance.

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