There’s no doubt about the fact that the world is at a standstill, and this has caused a serious knock-on-effect when it comes to luxurious and expensive car auctions. Thankfully, we were able to see some serious sales take place before lockdown took hold. These are the most expensive cars bought in 2020 – so far!
1995 Ferrari F50 – Sold For $3,222,500
It’s no secret that any Ferrari car comes with a big price tag, but $3,222,500? That’s pretty huge. This 1995 Ferrari F50 was sold in 2020 to its third owner with just 5200 miles on the clock, and this specific model was built to celebrate the car maker’s 50th anniversary.
1907 Renault Type AI 35/45hp Vanderbilt Racer – Sold For $3,332,500
The Vanderbilt name has gone down in car history, but there were only ever 10 of these 1907 Renault Type AI 35/45hp Vanderbilt Racer’s ever made – which means they are hot commodities.
1968 Ford Mustang GT ‘Bullitt’ – Sold For $3,740,000
If you’ve ever watched the Steve McQueen movie ‘Bullitt,’ you’ll probably recognize this car. Not only is it impressive for movie buffs, but it’s also impressive for car lovers, as this is a serious piece of equipment. It entered into a serious bidding war this year, and this was the end result.
1931 Bugatti Type 55 Two-Seat Supersport – Sold For $5,061,380
What’s so amazing about this car is the fact that it was once a competitor in the famous Le Mans 24 Hours, alongside various other French car races. It’s stayed in meticulous condition over the years and was sold in 2020.
1932 Bugatti Type 55 Supersport Roadster – Sold For $7,100,000
The most expensive car sold in 2020 so far has been the 1932 Bugatti Type 55 Supersport Roadster. There are only 11 cars in the world that come with this original coachwork, meaning that it really is a priceless antique.
These are the most expensive cars sold so far this year. Impressive numbers, right?