Cars were first invented as a means of transportation. They revolutionized the way people traveled from one place to another. The first cars didn’t have much to offer. They had a motor, a metal framework, seats and steering wheels. But with time the cars became more comfortable and luxurious.
There were times when traveling was quite an ordeal, but with the latest technology, it soon becomes a pleasant experience. Now people enjoy driving, and many like going out on long drives for fun. Today, cars are also considered a status symbol, and having the latest model of a vehicle is considered quite an achievement by many.
However, no matter how advanced the cars become and how many additional features they have, certain classics never go out of style, and many have increased in value over the years. Although vehicles have been manufactured all over the world, there is something special about European cars that makes them stand out among the rest.
To further enlighten all the car enthusiasts out there, we have decided to give our two cents about the four best European cars ever made and hope you would like our taste in some of the most expensive cars ever made.
Aston Martin V12 Vantage
Aston Martin might be small in size, but it has one of the biggest engines. It doesn’t come cheap, and that’s for a good reason. This car comes with highly impressive interior features.
The Aston Martin V12 Vantage offers the ultimate sports car experience by packaging speed and power into a luxury sports car. Furthermore, it’s outstanding performance is paired with a highly luxurious interior that can be customized according to the buyer’s personal preferences.
With a classic carbon fiber interior to personalized sill plaques and advanced technologies, they have a wide range of interior accessories available. Moreover, the V12 Vantage even sounds impressive, kind of like an old fighter plane blazing across the sky, the engine makes you take notice.
2006-2010 BMW M5
Since its conception, the BMW M5 is the perfect option when it comes to comfort, executive, and sports vehicle style. The M5 was manufactured from 2006 to 2010, with a robust 5.0-liter V10 that helped offer stellar results.
Combined with BMW’s convenience and stability system, the M5 was (and is) a superpower that makes you feel like a superstar when you’re driving it.
2005 Porsche Carrera GT
Potentially one of the best vehicles ever seen in person is the amazing Carrera GT. Stylish curves and scoops highlight the elegance of this car, such that it all blends together seamlessly.
The Carrera GT is compact and powerful, and ever since it first came out, it was the most sought after and costly Porsche in the market. It weighed well over 3,000 lbs and had 600 horsepower being generated out of a 5.7-liter V10 engine.
The Carrera GT captured the hearts of other collectors and is now a legend regardless of its rareness. Plus, you can’t match the window displaying the V10 hiding behind the driver’s seat.
2017 Jaguar XKR-S
If there’s ever been a vehicle that’s shouting sporting luxury to the limit, it’s Jaguar’s XKR-S. It’s spacious, gets up fast, has precise handling, and incredible braking.
The car is broad and powerful, as is what you would expect from Jaguar, but it retains a sporty look and is enjoyable to drive. The XKR-S is an absolute pleasure to drive around on a Sunday afternoon or enjoy a leisurely trip along the shoreline.