Top 11 Most Expensive Cars In India – Price, Specification and Features

Top 11 Most Expensive Cars In India – Price, Specification and Features

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In a country where every road whispers stories of heritage and innovation, where speed and splendour collide, a symphony of luxury and power unfolds. From the bustling streets of Mumbai to the regal boulevards of Delhi, this is a tale of the most coveted, the most remarkable, and the most expensive cars in India. Buckle up as we steer through the lanes of indulgence, where four-wheeled marvels redefine the very notion of prestige. Dive in and read as we discuss the most expensive cars in India in 2023.

ModelFuel TypeBody TypeMileageEx-Showroom Price
Rolls Royce CullinanPetrolSUV6.7 km/l₹6.95 Crore
Rolls Royce PhantomPetrol4-Door Saloon9.8 km/l₹9.50- ₹12.40 Crore
Ferrari 812 SuperfastPetrolCoupe6.7 km/l₹5.75 Crore
Aston Martin VantagePetrolCoupe/Convertible10.8 km/l₹3.00 Crore
Lamborghini Huracán EvoPetrolCoupe/Convertible7.3 km/l₹3.22 Crore
BMW 7 SeriesPetrol/DieselSedan7.96 – 39.53 km/l₹1.40 – ₹2.46 Crore
Mercedes-Benz GLC 2023Petrol/DieselSUV10.35 – 15.51 km/l₹70.00 Lakhs – ₹1.10 Crore
Bentley Continental GTCPetrolConvertible6.0 km/l₹4.04 Crore
Porsche 718PetrolCoupe/Convertible8.42 – 13.88 km/l₹85.46 Lakhs – ₹1.87 Crore
Aston Martin DB11Petrol2-Door Coupé/ 2-Door Convertible8.93 km/l₹3.80-₹4.20 Crores
Ferrari SF90 StradalePetrolCoupe6.0 kmpl₹7.50 Crores

1. Rolls Royce Cullinan

Rolls Royce Cullinan

The Rolls Royce Cullinan is a remarkable luxury vehicle that boasts an impressive array of safety features. Built on an aluminium space frame architecture, this top-of-the-line car offers vision assistance, night vision, and warnings for pedestrians and wildlife, both day and night. The Cullinan also includes panoramic and helicopter views, as well as collision and cross-traffic warnings. 

In terms of performance, this luxury SUV is powered by a massive 6,750 cc engine that generates an impressive 563 bhp of maximum power at 5,000 rpm, along with a massive 850 Nm of maximum torque at 1,600 rpm. 

With its unparalleled beauty and exceptional performance, the Rolls Royce Cullinan Black Badge has earned a place in the garage of the King of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan, perfectly complementing the superstar’s style and charisma.

Key Specifications

Maximum Power563 bhp  
Maximum Torque850 Nm  
Engine6.75-litre V12 engine
Fuel TypePetrol
Body TypeSUV
Mileage9.5 km/l
Seating Capacity5
Boot Space560 litres

Key Features: 

Viewing Suite: two rear-facing seats and a cocktail table that electronically deploy from the rear compartment
“Magic Carpet Ride” Suspension: a unique air suspension system that delivers the smoothest and most comfortable ride
Illuminated Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament
Bespoke Handcrafted Interior with hand-stitched leather and custom embroidery

What’s Good:

  • Spacious and opulent interior, with high-quality materials and attention to detail throughout
  • Surprisingly capable off-road performance, thanks to its all-wheel-drive system and advanced suspension technology

What’s Not Good:

  • Extra large dimensions can make it challenging to navigate through tight spaces

Read More- Most Expensive Cars in the World

2. Rolls Royce Phantom

Rolls Royce Phantom

The eighth generation Rolls Royce Phantom, a renowned luxury sedan, currently carries a hefty price tag of close to US$1.2 million. With a full-aluminium space frame chassis, the latest Phantom is stronger, lighter, and safer than its predecessor. It comes with many optional extras which can make the car even more expensive. 

Under the hood, the Phantom is powered by a massive 6.75-litre twin-turbo V12 engine that churns out 571 bhp of power and 900 Nm of torque, providing exceptional performance for a luxury car of its size. The Phantom’s exquisite design and unmatched luxury make it an ultimate status symbol in the world of automobiles, with each car being a unique and bespoke creation for its discerning owners.

Key Specifications

Key SpecificationsDetails
Maximum Power571 bhp  
Maximum Torque900 Nm 
Engine6,749 cc twin-turbo V12 engine
Fuel TypePetrol
Body TypeSedan
Mileage9.8 km/l
Seating Capacity5

Key Features

The Gallery- a unique art installation that spans the width of the dashboard and can be customised to display anything from a commissioned painting to a 3D-printed sculpture
Flagbearer System- an innovative camera system that scans the road ahead and adjusts the suspension to provide the smoothest ride possible
Illuminated Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament
Starlight Headliner featuring over 1,300 fibre-optic lights hand woven into the headliner to create a starry night sky effect
A Bespoke Audio System with 16 speakers and 1,300 watts of power

What’s Good

  • Luxurious and handcrafted interior, with customizable options to create a truly bespoke driving experience
  • Exceptionally smooth and quiet ride, thanks to its advanced suspension and sound insulation

What’s Not Good

  • Large size and weight can make it difficult to manoeuvre in tight spaces or congested urban areas

3. Ferrari 812 Superfast

Ferrari 812 Superfast

Equipped with an exclusive 12-cylinder system, the Ferrari 812 Superfast is one of the best luxury cars in the market. This car guarantees an impressive 47:53 weight distribution which combines a front-mounted engine with a rear-mounted transmission.

This is the first ever Ferrari to have an Electric Power Steering (EPS) system that improves fuel efficiency and makes the vehicle one of the lightest in its segment. Ferrari engineers have also worked brilliantly to give the 812 exceptional aerodynamic efficiency.

The 812 Superfast has a racing cockpit-inspired interior design and uses perforated leather to give this elegant ride a sportier look.

EngineNaturally aspirated V12
Displacement6496 cc
Maximum Power789 bhp 
Peak Torque718 Nm 
Transmission7-Speed Dual-Clutch Automatic
Fuel Efficiency6.7 km/l (Combined)
Seating Capacity2
Body TypeCoupe

Ferrari 812 Superfast Features

First Ferrari with an EPS (Electric Power Steering) system
Aerodynamic design that aims at improving car stability by reducing drag
Ferrari Peak Performance integration that improves grip and handling

What’s Good 

  • Sleek two-box design with a high tail that is representative of the iconic 1969 Daytona
  • Virtual Short Wheelbase 2.0 System that provides electric front wheel steering assistance
  • Ferrari Power Oversteer (FPO) integration offers steering wheel inputs that help realign the car while manoeuvring it around corners

What’s Not Good

  • Limited service centres (only three authorised centres in India at Mumbai, New Delhi, and Gurugram)

4. Aston Martin Vantage

Martin Vantage

Not many cars blend engineering brilliance and design like the Aston Martin Vantage. Its frame is built using bonded aluminium that gives it near perfect 50:50 weight distribution. What does this do? It gives the driver extremely responsive and seamless handling, almost as if the car is reading the driver’s mind!  

The Vantage is powered by a 4.0 litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine that takes it from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.6 seconds and a top speed of 313 km/h in the blink of an eye!

If you’re also drawn towards luxurious interiors, the Vantage gives you a spectacular cockpit-like feel with its lower driving position that keeps you closer to the controls.

Key Specifications

EngineTwin-Turbocharged and Intercooled DOHC 32-Valve V-12
Transmission8-Speed Automatic
Maximum Power528 bhp
Peak Torque684 Nm
Fuel Efficiency11L/100 km
Seating Capacity2
Body Type2-Door Coupé/ 2-Door Convertible

Key Features

Striking couture-inspired design with leather interior and heated seating
Sport seats with smart memory settings and power adjustments

What’s Good 

  • Luxurious faux suede interior with the fabric roof that folds seamlessly
  • Explosive acceleration that takes it from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.6 seconds!

What’s Not Good

  • Carbon-ceramic brakes that aren’t suitable for everyday use
  • Cramped boot space that can fit one golf kit at best
  • Features like Apple Play and Android Auto integration lacking with the infotainment system

Also Read- Upcoming Aston Martin Cars

5. Lamborghini Huracán Evo

If you’re looking to get more out of the Huracán, you can also get your hands on the limited edition Huracán Sterrato that comes with a raised suspension, transformed looks, and rally-ready mechanics.

A blend of Lamborghini’s iconic engine with the truest expression of Italian craftsmanship, the Huracán Evo is ‘state-of-the-art’ in more ways than one. 

The Huracán features a sleek, streamlined design that is built to provide brilliant aerodynamic performance. It is powered by a 5.2-litre V10 engine that allows it to reach a top speed of 326 km/h! 

Built to race from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.4 seconds, this car is also equipped with an all-wheel drivetrain along with a rear mechanical-locking differential, letting one experience the thrill of off-roading in an instant! 

Key Specifications 

Ex-showroom price₹3.21-₹4.99 Crores
Used car price₹2.15-₹3.55 Crores
Mileage7.2 km/l
Maximum Power610 Bhp
Maximum Torque600 Nm
Engine5.2-litre V10
Fuel TypePetrol
Battery/Tank Capacity80 litres
Transmission Typeseven-speed DCT automatic
Seating Capacity2
Boot Space150 litres

Lamborghini Huracan Evo Features:

Aerodynamic design
Incredible interior upgrades available in leather, Alcantara, and Carbon Skin
Lamborghini Integrated Vehicle Dynamics

What’s Good

  • Advanced navigation with the Lamborghini UNICA app
  • Sporty interiors with dynamic upgrades
  • Powerful V10 engine with an incredible top speed of 326 km/h

What’s Not Good

  • Prone to underbody damage

Also Read- Upcoming Lamborghini Cars

6. BMW 7 Series

BMW 7 Series

One of the most exciting cars is the elegant and luxurious sedan—the 7-series 2023 model. The new model includes a twin-turbo V-8 and a turbocharged inline-six that gives you increased performance and efficiency.

It features driver-assistance technology that comes with a hands-free mode. A jaw-dropping addition is the Theater Screen, a 31.3-inch rear display that quite literally drops down from the car’s roof!

In terms of safety features, the 7 series 2023 has automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection along with lane-keeping assistance and adaptive cruise control that is designed to keep the car stable and secure even during challenging driving conditions.

Key Specifications

Fuel TypePetrol
Max Power375 bhp
Max Torque520 Nm
Transmission8-speed automatic
Seating Capacity5
Transmission TypeAutomatic
Boot Space540L

Key Features

31-inch Rear Entertainment Screen
Electric Tailgate
4-zone Climate Control

What’s Good

  • Ultimate rear seat comfort 
  • Brilliant engine performance
  • Spacious boot ideal for a weekend getaway   

What’s Not Good

  • Limited fuel and engine options

Also Read- Upcoming BMW Cars in India

7. Mercedes-Benz GLC 2023

Hey Mercedes, Hey Future? The all-new GLC 2023 screams class through its futuristic features. Fitted with the MBUX—Mercedes Benz User Experience, this car has an array of premium features like new digital displays, including a 10.25 inch HD Touch Display, natural speech recognition, and a 3-spoke multifunction sports steering wheel.

Like any other top-end Benz vehicle, the GLC too features safety fixtures like the Mercedes-Benz emergency call system, the PRE-SAFE system, Active Parking Assist with PARKTRONIC, and a 360-degree camera for all-round safety. The GLC 2023 brings with it sophistication and sustainability and is compliant with the Bharat Stage VI equivalent emission norms. 

If you’re someone who likes an off-road exterior, the GLC is the perfect fit for you. It sports LED headlamps, aluminium running boards, a drool worthy body, and an impressive minimalist interior. From Thermatic Automatic Climate Control to Cruise Control, this model leaves no scope for complaints.

Whether you’re on a family holiday or a roadtrip with your friends, the GLC is suited for an all-round performance in both tough terrains and unavoidable city traffic.

Key Specifications

Engine2.0L inline 4-cylinder turbocharged engine
Horsepower255 hp
Torque273 lb-ft
Transmission9G-TRONIC 9-speed automatic transmission
DrivetrainRear-wheel drive (RWD) or 4MATIC® all-wheel drive (AWD)
0-60 mph acceleration6.1 seconds (RWD) / 6.2 seconds (AWD)
Top speed130 mph (electronically limited)
Fuel economy (city/hwy/combined)22/29/24 mpg (RWD) / 21/28/24 mpg (AWD)
Curb weight3,936 lbs (RWD) / 4,057 lbs (AWD)
Cargo volume19.4 cubic feet (54.6 cubic feet with rear seats folded)
Seating capacity5

 Key Features

Exclusive PRE-SAFE system for emergency calling assistance
Active Parking Assist with PARKTRONIC
Stunning 10.25 inch HD Touch Display with MBUX features

 What’s Good

  • Thermatic Automatic Climate Control for all-terrain driving comfort
  • Sporty and rugged exterior
  • Incredible noise cancellation

 What’s Not Good

  • Only one powertrain option available

Check out our collection of used Mercedes Benz cars in India.

8. Bentley Continental GTC

Bentley Continental GTC

The Bentley Continental GTC is the epitome of opulence and performance that oozes a sophisticated charm. The attention to detail in the well-crafted cabin and exquisite upholstery reflects the pinnacle of luxury. 

Unlike most convertibles, the Continental GTC boasts an ample four-passenger capacity that allows for a more inclusive open-air driving experience with your companions. Although the massive V8 engine churns out an impressive 542 BHP, you might find yourself gravitating towards a more leisurely pace, savouring the pure indulgence of the open-air drive.

The Continental GTC is powered by a 6-litre twin-turbo petrol engine that is mated to an 8-speed DCT automatic transmission for seamless performance. It offers an estimated mileage of 9.8 km/l, while its state-of-the-art safety features include up to 12 airbags. The Bentley Continental GTC is an exquisite masterpiece that offers a delightful blend of luxury and performance.

Key SpecificationsDetails
Maximum Power 562 bhp 
Maximum Torque700 Nm  
Engine5,998 cc
Transmission8-speed Automatic
Fuel TypePetrol
Mileage9.8 km/l
Body TypeConvertible 
Battery/Tank Capacity90.0
Seating Capacity4
Boot Space358 litres

Key Features

Diamond quilted seats with contrast stitching and embroidered Bentley emblems.
Four-layer insulated roof that keeps the cabin quiet even at high speeds.
20-speaker Naim audio system that delivers a concert hall-like experience.
The rotating dashboard display changes from a 12.3-inch touchscreen to three analogue dials at the touch of a button.
Neck warmer system that blows warm air over the front seats, allowing for open-air driving even in cold weather.

What’s Good

  • The Continental GTC has a smooth ride, and the air suspension offers excellent comfort and handling.
  • The car has a spacious cabin with comfortable seats and can accommodate up to four people.

What’s Not Good

  • The fuel economy is not very impressive, and the car is not very eco-friendly.
  • The Continental GTC is quite heavy, and this affects its agility and fuel efficiency.

Also Read- Engine Maintenance Tips

9. Porsche 718

Porsche 718

The Porsche 718 Convertibles, comprising the 718 Boxster, 718 Boxster GTS 4.0, and 718 Spyder models, are a celebration of speed, agility, and design. 

These two-seater roadsters are anything but entry-level with their stunning exteriors and plush interiors. The 718 convertibles set the bar high with their scorching performance, making them a force to be reckoned with. 

The experience behind the wheel is unparalleled, and it’s hard not to be captivated by the 718’s top-down thrills. Drivers have a choice between the 2-litre turbo petrol engine in the Boxster and the 4.0-litre turbo petrol engine in the Boxster GTS 4.0 and Spyder, while the latter has the added appeal of a 6-speed manual gearbox.  

Key SpecificationsDetails
Maximum Power 493.49 bhp  
Maximum Torque450 Nm  
Engine3.997 cc
Transmission7-speed Automatic
Fuel TypePetrol
Mileage9.17 km/l
Body TypeCoupe
Battery/Tank Capacity64.0
Seating Capacity2
Boot Space150 litres

Key Features

Mid-engine layout for exceptional handling and balance.
Heated and ventilated seats for a comfortable and enjoyable driving experience in any weather condition.
Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) adjusts the suspension and provides maximum stability and comfort.
Bose or Burmester high-end sound system for immersive audio experience while driving.
Adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go function for a stress-free driving experience in heavy traffic.

What’s Good

  • Excellent handling and steering feel
  • Smooth and refined ride quality

What’s Not Good

  • Limited interior storage space
  • Higher trims can be further expensive

10. Aston Martin DB11

Aston Martin DB11

Owing to its top-notch craftsmanship, elegant interior, and a drool worthy performance, the Aston Martin DB11 had to be on our list of the most expensive cars in India. 

The DB11’s V12 twin-turbo engine produces 630 bhp of exhilarating performance and the exhaust can only be described as a rolling orchestra. Intelligent cylinder bank activation, revised suspension, and multiple driver-selectable drive modes make this car extremely fuel-efficient and versatile.

This beauty lets you customise your driving experience with a palette of exotic colour tones and other exciting interior upgrades like Bison leather seating. The only drawback? You’re sure to have a tough time exiting this car once you’ve reached your destination!

Key Specifications

EngineTwin-Turbocharged and Intercooled DOHC 48-Valve V-12
Transmission8-Speed Automatic
Maximum Power630 bhp
Peak Torque699 Nm
Fuel Efficiency15.6L/100 km
Seating Capacity5
Body Type2-Door Coupé/ 2-Door Convertible

Aston Martin DB11 Features

Enhanced iconic grille, stylish clamshell hood coupled with the Aston Martin AerobladeTM
12 inch TFT LCD screen and an 8 inch TFT screen with satellite navigation and available sound system upgrades (Aston Martin Premium Audio or Bang & Olufsen Beosound System)
699 Nm of torque! Because writing it once wasn’t enough

What’s Good 

  • Luxurious, cosseting interior with exclusive Bison Brown leather
  • Powerful twin-turbocharged 48-Valve V-12 engine 

What’s Not Good

  • Parking assistance and blind spot monitoring do not come with the base model, buyers need to upgrade to access these safety features
  • Inconsistent panel fitment that may require frequent maintenance

Also Read- Upcoming Aston Martin Cars

11. Ferrari SF90 Stradale

The SF90 Stradale is Ferrari’s first car with the PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric) architecture using three electric motors for an internal combustion engine system that helps cool down extreme temperatures of almost 900°C!

This car comes with Electric Traction Control and the Electronic Side Slip Control integrations that help in optimising the grip while adapting to different driving conditions. 

The SF90 Stradale is also an absolute visual delight with its futuristic interior, 3D screen graphics, and exciting F1 inspired controls on the bridge.

EngineTurbocharged V8 and Three Electric Motors
Displacement3990 cc
Maximum Power986 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Peak Torque800 Nm @ 6000 rpm
Transmission8-Speed Dual-Clutch Automatic
Electric-Only Range25 km
Fuel Efficiency15.0 kmpl (Combined)
Seating Capacity2
Body TypeCoupe

Ferrari SF90 Stradale Features

Torque Vectoring integration that manages electric traction to enhance performance
Impeccable design with a low powertrain and high exhaust pipes to ensure top performance in different
Jaw-dropping acceleration that takes the SF90 Stradale from 0-100 km/h in 2.5 seconds!

What’s Good

  • Brutal top speed of 340 km/h 
  • Three electric motors engineered using the PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric) architecture
  • Two build options: Standard and Sports

What’s Not Good

  • Automatic electric mode start lacks speed and theatrics
  • The Lamborghini Aventador available at a similar price comes equipped with the improved V12 engine which is more powerful compared to the SF90 Stradale’s V8 engine

The Bottom Line

As we step out of this world of opulence, we are reminded that India’s automotive narrative is an ever-evolving saga, a testament to the fusion of heritage and innovation. And as the road stretches ahead, we carry the memory of these magnificent automobiles, forever etched in the pages of time, a testimony to India’s eternal love affair with luxury on wheels.


Q. Which is the most expensive car ever sold?

The most expensive car ever sold is a 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut Coupe, which was sold in 2022 for an eye-watering €135 million

Q. Which is the most expensive car in the world?

Priced at $28 million, the Rolls Royce Boat Tail is the most expensive car in the world. 

Q. Which is the most expensive car in India?

The most expensive car in India is the Rolls-Royce Phantom starting at ₹ 9.50 Crore.