Although most people use Autotrader to find typical, everyday cars they can use to drive to work and take the kids to school, some people use Autotrader to find the most expensive cars on the planet. For proof, these are the five most expensive cars currently listed for sale on Autotrader — all of which are more expensive than most homes, even high-dollar dream homes in pricey areas. Have a look.
The LaFerrari is Ferrari’s most recent "halo car," the fifth supercar in the brand’s progressing series that started with the 288 GTO back in the 1980s. This particular LaFerrari is especially impressive, as if it’s finished in white — an unusually rare color — and it’s traveled just 235 miles from new. This LaFerrari is offered by Pagani Beverly Hills for an amazing $4.1 million — a huge figure compared to the other cars on this list, but only slightly above other LaFerrari models, which have fared quite well on the used market.
The McLaren P1 is McLaren’s most recent top-level supercar, and this particular P1 is something special. It’s traveled just 826 miles from new, meaning that it’s barely been driven — and it’s likely among the lowest-mileage P1 models on the planet. This particular P1 is offered by McLaren Newport Beach in Southern California for $2.7 million, making it the most expensive P1 listed for sale on Autotrader.
Porsche’s most recent supercar is the truly insane 918 Spyder, which is one of the most exciting exotic cars on earth. This particular 918 Spyder is finished in Martini Racing livery, giving the car a unique and especially sporty look. Adding to its appeal is the fact that it’s been driven just 869 miles from new, meaning it likely remains factory fresh. It’s offered by Prestige Imports in the Miami area for $2 million.
There are currently 16 different Bugatti models listed for sale on Autotrader — but this one is the most expensive. It’s a 2012 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Convertible, and it’s offered for sale by Maserati of Fort Lauderdale, in South Florida. Not only has it covered just 2,367 miles from new, but it’s absolutely gorgeous — and it touts tens of thousands of dollars in options. It’s currently listed for $1.99 million.
The Ferrari F40 is an all-time icon and one of the greatest Ferrari models ever made. This particular 1992 Ferrari F40 is especially impressive, as it’s a rare (and desirable) U.S.-specification F40 model that’s been converted to "LM" specs. That’s the high-performance version of the F40 that commands even more money — and this looks to be a fairly comprehensive, well-executed conversion. This F40 is offered with zero miles since the LM conversion for $1.69 million by Ferrari of Newport Beach in Southern California.