25 Most Expensive Cars on the Market in 2019

Aston Martin Valkyrie
1 of 54

1% of the 1% … Your Rides Have Arrived

In August of 2018, a vintage 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO sold at auction for an astonishing $48 million, making it the most expensive car of all time. It was just one example of a trend, wherein collectible classic cars with a racing pedigree or an amazing story fetch top dollar. The prices have only been climbing.

Earlier in August of this year, a one-of-a-kind 1939 Porsche Type 64 seemed like it was going to crush that record, with the bidding going up to $70 million. In a weird twist, however, miscommunication meant the bidding was actually $17 million. Not a record-breaker, but still an insane price for a car. (Due partially to the error, it didn’t sell.)

But what if your pockets are deeper than the Mariana Trench, and you want to buy a brand new car? There is no shortage of modern supercars, hypercars, and ultra-luxurious vehicles to satiate your desire for the finest things on four wheels.

To get local pricing, enter your zip code: Cancel

Best Price Program

Interested in a New?

Use the U.S. News Best Price Program to find great deals and get upfront pricing on the.

Dismiss