McLaren Senna. (Source: McLaren)

A $1 Million Car? Here Are 11 Of Them  

Once super rare, supercars have multiplied since the global financial crisis, and today there are more crazy-fast crazy-expensive road rockets than ever. With their cutting-edge technology, race-inspired design, and high-end materials, the cars are equal parts engineering and artistry—and as such, frequently spend far more time in collectors’ garages than on roads or tracks. And because they’re often sold before the first metal is bent or screws are turned, prices for secondhand models can be almost twice what they cost new.

Here are some currently being made.

A $1 Million Car? Here Are 11 Of Them  

Aston Martin DB4 GT Continuation, $1.9 million

Made in 2018 based on a 1960s model, the new version of what was once Britain’s fastest passenger sports car isn’t street-legal and can be used only on the track.

• Units: 25
• Made in: Newport Pagnell, U.K.
• Acceleration 0-60 mph: 6.5 seconds
• Cylinders: 6
• Top speed: 150 mph

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A $1 Million Car? Here Are 11 Of Them  

Aston Martin Valkyrie, $3.2 million

This all carbon-fiber hybrid model has gullwing doors and a removable steering wheel to make it easier to get in and out.

• Units: 150
• Made in: Gaydon, U.K.
• Acceleration 0-62 MPH: 2.5 seconds
• Cylinders: 12
• Top speed: 250 mph

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A $1 Million Car? Here Are 11 Of Them  

Bugatti Chiron, $2.8 million

Named after racer Louis Chiron, the car features a diamond membrane on its speakers.

• Units: 500
• Made in: Molsheim, France
• Acceleration 0-62 mph: 2.5 seconds
• Cylinders: 16
• Top speed: 261 mph

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A $1 Million Car? Here Are 11 Of Them  

Bugatti Veyron 16.4, $1.8 million

This coupe achieved a land-speed world record for a production series car.

• Units: 300
• Made in: Molsheim, France
• Acceleration 0-62 mph: 2.5 seconds
• Cylinders: 16
• Top speed: 258 mph

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A $1 Million Car? Here Are 11 Of Them  

Ferrari Monza SP2 and SP1, $1.8 million

Inspired by the 1950s Ferrari racing “barchetta” which won the Le Mans 24 Hour Race six times between 1949 and 1962, the models have no roofs—so you'll only want to take them out in fair weather.

• Units: 499 (combined)
• Made in: Maranello, Italy
• Acceleration 0-62 mph: 2.5 seconds
• Cylinders: 12
• Top speed: 186 mph

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A $1 Million Car? Here Are 11 Of Them  

McLaren Senna, from $965,000

A tribute to the legendary Brazilian Formula One racer Ayrton Senna, this car is street-legal but was designed for the track.

• Units: 500
• Made in: Woking, U.K.
• Acceleration 0-62 mph: 2.8 seconds
• Cylinders: 8
• Top speed: 208 mph

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A $1 Million Car? Here Are 11 Of Them  

Mercedes-AMG Project ONE, $2.6 million

The model features an eight-speed transmission, a high-performance carbon ceramic braking system, and four electric motors.

• Units: 275
• Made in: Affalterbach, Germany and Brixworth and Brackley, U.K.
• Acceleration 0-124 mph: 6 seconds
• Cylinders: 6
• Top speed: 200 mph

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A $1 Million Car? Here Are 11 Of Them  

Pagani Huayra, $1.3 million

Named after a Quechua wind god, the Huayra features a removable carbon fiber roof and an exposed shifting mechanism.

• Units: 100
• Made in: San Cesario sul Panaro, Italy
• Acceleration 0-62 mph: 3.2 seconds
• Cylinders: 12
• Top speed: 235 mph

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A $1 Million Car? Here Are 11 Of Them  

Porsche 918 Spyder, $1 million

The plug-in hybrid model features an electric motor on each axle.

• Units: 918
• Made in: Stuttgart, Germany
• Acceleration 0-62 mph: 2.6 seconds
• Cylinders: 8
• Top speed: 214 mph

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A $1 Million Car? Here Are 11 Of Them  

Koenigsegg Regera, $2 million

The latest Koenigsegg model includes proximity sensors to keep its hydraulic doors from striking nearby objects.

• Units: 80
• Made in: Angelholm, Sweden
• Acceleration 0-249 mph: 20 seconds
• Cylinders: 8
• Top speed: 249 mph

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