What Are The Most Expensive Cars In Australia

Growing up as a nipper in Oz, I bet you, like many other youngsters couldnt wait for the day you passed your driving test. The thought of driving up the open highways was, and still is, so appealing. Next up was looking through the local rags searching for your dream car. Youd spend years working dead end jobs, just to save up enough to get that car youd always wanted. Every now and then though, youd dream of that Ferrari or that Lamborghini you wished you could own.

Make no mistakes us Australians love our cars. Whilst we make some fine home grown automobiles, for the fine luxury cars, theres the European and Asian luxury car markets that excel. Thats why, here at Cars4Sale, we have compiled a list of the most expensive cars in Australia. Some people say you cant put a price on luxury, well you can, and these prices are eye-watering so buckle up, its going to be a bumpy ride.

Mercedes Benz S65 $482,900

This German beast is one heck of a beautiful automobile. The AMG S65 is the most powerful S-class and the worlds most powerful production Sedan, where it can achieve 0 to 97 Km/h (60 mph) in just 4.2 seconds.

Aston Martin DBS – $497,441

An absolute classic is the Aston Martin DBS. If its good enough for James Bond, its good enough for us. This automobile really is the bees knees, reaching a max speed of 191 mph (307km/h), and not only that but it has a Bang & Olufsen sound system and awesome xenon headlights.

Ferrari 458 Italia – $526,950

One of the newest models made by Ferrari, this beast replaces the Ferrari F430. It takes influence form the manufacturers experience with Formula 1, as the car is very sleek and sporty. It features a 4.5 L V8 engine and currently holds the record for a production car with the most power per litre.

Rolls-Royce Ghost – $645,000

The British manufacturer boasts a number of epic cars, but the Ghost is certainly a favourite in Australia. Key to its appeal is its superb design, luxury interior, and insanely powerful engine, all 6 litres of it. Thanks to the V12 engine, the Ghost can reach at top speed of 155 mph (250km/h)

Ferrari 612 – $670,250

The Ferrari 612 Scaglietti is a true super car, perfect for those long distance drives that we know to love in Australia. Being a GT, is perfectly designed to the demands of the open Australian road. Thanks to its V12 5.75 Litre engine, this bad boy can reach up to speeds of 196 mph (315 km/h).

Bentley Mulsanne – $695,000

This is a high end luxury car produced by the Brits again, and the name Mulsanne is derived from their historical racing pedigree. Its luxury at its best, and takes the Brits 12 weeks to produce. Its engine is a monster 6.75 litre twin-turbo L Series V8.

Lamborghini Murcielago – $889,000

Italian giants Lamborghini feature second as the most expensive car in Australia with the Murcielago valued at $889,000. This is the successor to the flagship Diablo and was introduced in 2001. Theres a variety of engines depending on which model you opt for, but the Murcilago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce carries a 6.5 Litre V12 engine and reaches speeds of up to 212 mph (342 km/h).

Rolls-Royce Phantom – $1,355,000

Nothing comes close to the Rolls-Royce Phantom in terms of luxury and price it literally blows everything else out of the water. This is the first model to be launched under Rolls-Royces BMW era and won Top Gears Car of the Year Award for 2003. With so many luxurious features it would be impossible to list them all, but suffice to say that Rolls-Royces bespoke programme allows the owner to have any optional extra, within reason, that they want. Now that is luxury.