10 most EXPENSIVE cars money can buy in India: Rolls Royce to Bentley to Ferrari to Aston Martin!

10 most EXPENSIVE cars money can buy in India: Rolls Royce to Bentley to Ferrari to Aston Martin!

The Indian car market is finally coming of age. Today, we have a wide range of cars that are officially on sale here. While the majority of the action is still in the mainstream segments, our car market has finally opened up to some really expensive and exotic machines. Our list here brings to you a list of 10 most EXPENSIVE cars money can buy in India. As you’ll see below, this list of ours comprises of some of the most luxurious and the sportiest cars on the planet.

Rolls-Royce Phantom – 9.5 Crore – 11.35 Crore

Ultra-luxury car marker Rolls Royce launched the new eighth-generation Phantom in India earlier this month. The latest Rolls Royce Phantom has a base price of Rs 9.5 Crore. It costs Rs 11.35 Crore with all the options ticked. The Phantom is said the most luxurious car on the planet and the latest model goes on to further solidify this claim.

Rolls-Royce Dawn – 6.25 Crore

The second-most expensive car on sale in India is also from Rolls Royce. The Dawn is a convertible that has been designed to offer a lot of luxury along with the pleasure of topless motoring. It’s an all-new car, really, and doesn’t share much with any other Roller. It’s known to be the quietest convertible on the planet.

Bentley Mulsanne – 5.56 Crore

The third-most expensive car on sale in India is the Bentley Mulsanne. On sale at a base price of Rs 5.56 Crore, the Bentley is well into the Rolls Royce territory. The Bentley Mulsanne has been tailor-made to offer an amalgam of high refinement, performance, and luxury.

Rolls-Royce Wraith – 5.50 Crore

The Rolls-Royce Wraith is based on the Ghost but has its own distinctive charm due to a unique design.  The Wraith has a one-of-its-kind dropping roofline that makes it look significantly different from other Rollers. Moreover, the Wraith is quieter, quicker, and a more capable handler than the Ghost. It gets two suicide doors, which are typical of cars from this much revered British marque.

Rolls-Royce Ghost – 5.25 Crore to 5.65 Crore

Priced at a whopping Rs 5.25 Crore, the Ghost is the cheapest Rolls Royce you can buy. This car pays homage to the first-ever Rolls-Royce, the Silver Ghost, thru its nomenclature. The car offers a good mix of performance and luxury.

Ferrari 812 Superfast – 5.20 Crore

Ferrari 812 Superfast 2018

Launched earlier this month, the new Ferrari 812 Superfast is the most expensive supercar in India. It is priced at Rs 5.20 crore, ex-showroom and replaces the F12 Berlinetta. It carries an all-new naturally aspirated V12 engine.

Lamborghini Aventador S – 5 Crore to 5.79 Crore

lamborghini aventador s

Launched a year ago, the Aventador S LP 740-4 Coupe is the most expensive ‘bull’ you can buy in India. On sale at a base price of Rs 5.01 crore, ex-showroom, this car is basically a meaner version of the Aventador. It gets a slightly sharper styling and 40 bhp of additional power It is powered by a V12 motor that outputs 730 bhp.

Ferrari FF – 4.56 Crore

The FF is Italian carmaker’s first-ever production four-wheel-drive car. It gets its ‘FF’ suffix because of its four seat-four-wheel-drive layouts. It is powered by a V12 engine. The FF is the successor to the 612 coupe but has adopted an “all-roads, all-weather” approach to attract customers. The car was designed by Pininfarina.

Ferrari 458 Speciale – 4.07 Crore

The 458 Speciale is the spiritual successor to the 430 Scuderia. It’s also a more track focussed version of the 458 Italia. The car gets a Pininfarina-designed body and comes with racy bits like forged wheels, hood vents, finned side sills, and a tall spoiler. The bumpers are also new and benefit from active aerodynamics.

Aston Martin Vanquish – 3.98 Crore

The cheapest car in our list costs a staggering Rs 3.98 crore. The Aston Martin Vanquish replaces the DBS. Powering the Vanquish is a naturally-aspirated 6.0-litre V12 petrol engine that offers 565 bhp. It can propel the supercar to 100 kmph in just 4.1 seconds.


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