The 10 Most Expensive Cars in India

India’s economy has been growing rapidly, along with it the number of wealthy individuals.

This growth has in turn led to an increase in luxury car sales, especially among the newest millionaires who are eager to show off their wealth through expensive vehicles.

This list of the 10 most expensive cars in India features some vehicles that you may have heard of before, as well as others that you probably haven’t heard of before but should know about nonetheless.

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Of course, all of these vehicles are available for purchase exclusively in India, so if you’re looking to buy one you should get started now!

The list of opulent automobiles provided below might assist you in learning about the most luxurious and expensive vehicles currently on the market in India.

1. Bentley Flying Spur – Starts at Rs. 3.2 Crore

The Flying Spur is available with two petrol engine options: V8 and W12.

The V8 features a 4-liter, 500 bhp 32V V8 engine with an 8-speed gearbox that delivers 660Nm @ 1700 rpm torque and a maximum output of 500 horsepower @ 6000 rpm.

The Flying Spur V8 has a peak speed of 295 kmph and a 0 to 100 kmph time of 5.2 seconds.

This model costs about Rs 3.2 crore, depending on the extent of customization.

The W12 is powered by a 6-liter, 616 horsepower 48V twin-turbocharged W12 engine that creates 800 Nm @ 1700 rpm of torque and produces 616 bhp @ 6000 rpm of maximum power with 8-speed automated gear changes.

The automobile has a peak speed of 320 km/h and can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.6 seconds.

2. Ferrari GTC4Lusso V12 – Starts at Rs. 4.26 Crore

Ferrari is well known for its supercars, but the business also produces powerful and opulent grand touring vehicles.

The 2020 GTC4Lusso and GTC4Lusso T demonstrate their proficiency in the sector.

The GTC4Lusso features a very powerful V-12 and all-wheel drive, but the GTC4Lusso T has a smaller but still powerful turbocharged V-8 and rear-wheel drive.

Both are essentially almost identical 2+2 coupes with seating for four but just two doors, making this the sole family-oriented Ferrari in the Italian automaker’s lineup for the time being.

The two additional seats have little effect on the GTC4Lusso’s performance, as seen by the 208-mph peak speed of the Lusso V-12.

This Ferrari, on the other hand, is as refined and comfortable as it is quick and fierce.

3. Lamborghini Aventador – Starts at Rs. 5.01 Crore

It is currently one of Lamborghini’s most expensive cars available in India.

Rs 5.01 Crore (Around $10 Million) – The Supercar Lamborghini Aventador costs a mind-boggling sum of Rs 5.01 crores and there are hardly any Indian customers who can afford to buy it.

This is one reason why you will never see an Aventador cruising on Indian roads.

It’s always Ferrari or Bentley in India where exuberance with money leads to flaunting your wealth as a status symbol.

But Lamborghini doesn’t fit into that class even if its automobiles cost more than other luxury cars of other brands combined.

4. Rolls-Royce Ghost –  Starts at Rs. 5.25 Crore

The Rolls-Royce Ghost is one of the British manufacturer’s most attractive automobiles, and it excels on practically every level.

LED headlights, a chrome grille, LED taillights, and an aluminum chassis is among the updated features of the vehicle. The beast is powered by a 6.6L Twin-Turbocharged V12 petrol engine with 563bhp and a 0-100 time of 4.8 seconds.

The vehicle’s transmission is an 8-speed automatic with a peak speed of 250kmph. The Ghost’s inside has fine leather and excellent wood finishes, and all of the buttons are made of glass.

The infotainment system has a 10.25-inch touchscreen iDrive configuration from BMW, allowing you to access all of your favorite content with the press of a button.

5. Bentley Mulsanne Speed – Starts at Rs. 5.50 Crore

The Bentley Mulsanne Speed takes luxury motoring to a whole new level of refinement and exclusivity, with distinctive diamond-pattern leather trim, special 21-inch wheels, and handcrafted Naim for Bentley audio system to name but a few.

The car is equipped with a 6.75-liter V8 engine which can deliver a maximum output of 552 brake horsepower at 5000 rpm with torque rated at 1000 Nm at 2750 rpm.

Comfort levels on board are further enhanced by two front seats which can swivel 20 degrees on either side, providing owners with even greater flexibility when it comes to personalizing their comfort zone.

6. Ferrari 812 Superfast – Starts at Rs. 5.75 Crore

The Ferrari 812 Superfast is a front mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive sports car unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.

Powered by a 789-horsepower 6.5L V12 engine, it can go from 0 to 60mph in 2.9 seconds and reach a top speed of 211mph.

It also features a new steering wheel design as well as an updated infotainment system and climate control display.

The car will cost USD 330,000 at its release later in 2017 and start shipping to customers in early 2018.

7. Rolls-Royce Cullinan – Starts at Rs. 6.95 Crore

This monster is priced at Rs 15.99 crore, which converts to approximately $2.6 million as of April 2019.

It has been designed to take care of all your luxurious needs—be it pampering or protection.

The Cullinan offers a chauffeur-driven experience with reclining and footrests that adjust automatically to suit your driving position.

This one is likely best left for those who can afford it and have no problems showing off their wealth—everyone else can start with something more affordable, such as.

8. Rolls-Royce Phantom – Starts at Rs.7.06 crore

The Rolls-Royce Phantom, now in its eighth generation, is both the most popular and the most costly automobile available in India, costing 9.5 crores for the conventional wheelbase variation and 11.35 crore for the extended wheelbase variant.

The car’s structure is composed of aluminum and is up to 30% lighter and stronger than the previous generation.

The Phantom is powered by a 6.75L V12 petrol engine paired to an 8-speed automatic gearbox with a peak speed of 250kmph and a 0-100kmph time of 5.4 seconds.

The vehicle has a 100-liter gasoline tank and a mileage of 9.8kmpl, making it more fuel-efficient than its predecessor.

9. Rolls-Royce Dawn – Starts at Rs. 7.30 – 7.85 Crore

If high-quality, luxurious autos are your thing, the Rolls-Royce Dawn should provide you with the ideal chance to prepare your RC transfer documents.

This beautiful convertible from the world’s biggest British vehicle manufacturer is powered by a 6.6L turbocharged V12 petrol engine with an 8-speed ZF automated gearbox and has a peak speed of 250kmph.

The convertible design on the automobile is not only a first for the company, but it also lends an added degree of flair to the already prestigious Rolls-Royce moniker.

The Dawn is more than capable of handling Indian roads, with a mileage of 9.8kmpl and a huge fuel tank.

Combine it with the plush and sumptuous interiors, which include wood and leather, and you’ve got a sure-fire winner.

10. Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport – Starts at Rs.12 crore

With a price tag of Rs 38 crore, the Bugatti Veyron leads the list of India’s most expensive automobiles. Depending on the extent of customization, it will be ready 6-8 months after an order is made.

The sports vehicle is powered by an 8.7-liter engine that delivers 987 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 1250 Nm of maximum torque at 2200-5500 rpm, and it is mated to a 7-speed DSG automatic gearbox.

The automobile has a peak speed of 407 kmph and a mileage of 3.3 kmpl on city roads and 5.3 kmpl on highways. It takes just 2.7 seconds to reach 100 kmph.

The Grand Sport’s body is made of a carbon-fiber monocoque hung on an aluminum frame in the front and a carbon fiber/stainless steel frame in the back, making it safer and more luxurious.

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