1. Bugatti Veyron Super Sports - $2,400,000.
The Bugatti Veyron being the most expensive car in production is common knowledge. There are very few places in the world that the Bugatti Veyron would be able to reach top speed. This piece of engineering genius doesn't just speak with its price tag, it can reach a massive 414kmph. A speed never reached by any other motor vehicle. But this massive speed will cost you 6.4litres per minute of driving. But the costs don't just stop there, how does $10 000 for your 10 000km service sound? Sounds like a car left to the top gear boys.

2. Pagani Zonda Clinque Roadster - $1,850,000
Displaying the looks of a true supercar, the Pagani Zonda Clinque is arguably the rarest of them all. With only five of these beauties being bought through production, you'll probably never see one cruising down to your local shops. Powering the Clinque is a 7.3ltr V12 engine with 678bhp that will carry five lucky people to a whopping 354kmph. When travelling at those speeds, you will probably want to stop pretty quickly, the Clinque will go from 190kmph to 0 in 4.3 seconds. This car really does live up the supercar name.

3. Lamborghini Reventon - $1,600,000.
Lamborghini and their ridiculously beautiful supercars, right? Well you haven't seen a Lamborghini until you've seen the Lamborghini Reventon. At first glance the price tag seems a bit greedy, however there was only 20 of these cars bought through production, so knowing you're going to be 1 of 20 to own this car, is worth the extra buck. Besides the price and the extraordinary looks the Reventon, pronounced Rebenton, can do 340kmph with its 6.5ltr V12 engine.

4. Koenigsegg Agera R - $1,600,000
Imagine the needle climbing as you go from 0 to 300kpg in 14.53 second. Despite this Swedish super car having 300 less hp than the Veyron, Topspeed.com understandably picked it as its supercar of 2010. The production car records that this car has set are outstanding, but one of the most amazing feats was 300kmph to 0 in 6.66 seconds. So if your head has been pushed back too far, this will bring it back into line.

5. McLaren F1 - $970,000.
Being put into competition with the Veyron by the top gear boys many time, it seems the price tag of the McLaren F1 isn't too bad. But sadly at close to $1 000 000 won't be able to afford one of these as their Sunday cruiser. Top speed in this stunning car is 386kmph. The car manages to keep weight down and performance up with expensive materials such as carbon fibre, titanium, gold, magnesium and Kevlar.