There may be no three letters that are strongly associated with luxury and class like BMW.
The automotive company has traveled a long way since its first car, the 1927 Dixi 3/15 PS DA-1, which reached a maximum speed of 75 miles per hour.
Now, BMW is lightning fast and very slim. However, to have some top models will cost you a dime.
Today, we break up the five most expensive BMW cars of all time.
Got a few million dollars around you already itching to spin? Let’s see what your money can get you:
1. BMW Most Expensive: 1991 Nazca M12: $ 3 Million
Yes, you read it correctly.
The idea for this concept car was originally conceived by Giorgetto Giugiaro’s car designer, who came up with a model for the Italdesign engineering company.
Although it was never production, there were three factories of Nazca M12. In 2011, an auction rose for $ 1.1 million.
With a carbon fiber body and a BMW star V12 engine (similar in 750i and 850i), experts estimate its value has more than doubled now.
2. BMW M8: At Least $ 590,000
Folded in approximately 15 years, the BMW M8 became a kind of fable in the automotive industry.
The prototype, made in the early 1990s, is a red fire engine that boasted 500+ horsepower and six rear-wheel drive speeds. At that time, BMW’s most sophisticated car was ever designed.
However, a fluctuating market and less important demand means destined to continue to be bent, where it lasts until 2010 when it is on display in Munich.
Though valued under $ 600,000, the mystery swirling around the model is suitable for higher estimates.
3. BMW X5 Le Mans Concept: $ 590,000
The world’s oldest active sports car race, Le Mans is the benchmark against which car manufacturers judge the speed, quality, and expertise of their products.
In 1999, BMW won Le Mans with a high-powered V12 engine.
The manufacturer then took the machine and ran with it: it put it in its X5 series, an unlikely match considering the X5 is a luxurious mid-sized SUV that is more suited to the family than the racetrack.
BMW-generated vehicles are fast uber-strong and crazy that can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in less than five seconds.
Try to take it through the carpool or BMW service center without turning your head!
4. BMW M5 G-Power Hurricane RRs: $ 470,000
Looking for a sedan powered by a V10 engine with a capacity of 830 horsepower that can reach speeds of up to 231 miles per hour? M5 G-Power Hurricane RRs deliver.
One of the fastest and most expensive BMW sedans ever created, created in partnership with G-Power, a Bavarian tuning equipment manufacturer based behind some of the company’s high-powered luxury vehicles.
5. BMW M5 G-Power Hurricane CS: Mid $ 400,000s
With slightly lower output (and lower price tags to match) the CS model offers many of the same features as RRs.
The V10 engine on this model is 750 horsepower. It also features an adjustable nine-way suspension, as well as a carbon fiber seat, which gives you all the power and agility you expect from one of BMW’s most expensive models.