2014 Ferrari LaFerrari at Prindiville - The name will always be ridiculous, but what a machine it is. 960bhp, 220mph, epic handling and searing noise. Incredible investment, too. Asking price is over 2 times list. Price: £2,394,000
As I write this (17 November) the Euromillions jackpot stands at a mind-boggling £101 million.
With that kind of money, you can buy literally anything you want. Being petrolheads, we would spend a lot of it on cars. But which cars?
We trawled the classifieds to find the best cars for sale in the UK right now, to blow those lottery winnings on.
2006 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 at Kahn Automobiles – Veyrons stay relatively cheap, but don’t be deceived. This would probably be the most expensive car to run out of this lot. Still a very awesome thing, though. Price: £899,875
2015 Porsche 918 Spyder at Dick Lovett – The most affordable of the holy trinity of hybrid hypercars. This one is in a lovely colour and shows delivery mileage. Price: £899,918
2005 Maserati MC12 at Romans International – Masser’s rebodied Enzo, built for GT1 racing homologation. Massive and a bit unwieldy, but so cool. Just because it’s a Maserati. Price: £1,195,000
2014 Koenigsegg Agera R at SuperVettura – One of the last built and looks simply stunning. 960bhp and a top speed around 240mph. Not everyone ‘gets’ Koenigsegg, but we love them. Price: £1,225,000
1968 Lamborghini Miura P400 at Cheshire Classic Cars – If you’re thinking this looks like the car from The Italian Job, that’s because it is. Only three were built in this colour. In wonderfully original condition. Truly iconic. POA (we think £1,500,000)
2007 Pagani Zonda F Clubsport at SuperVettura – Possibly the best road-going Zonda. 650bhp and 214mph. This is one of 3 RHD cars out of 25 built. Lovely spec and low miles. Price: £1,500,000
2012 Aston Martin One-77 at Joe Macari – One of just 77 of these ultra-bespoke hypercars built. 750bhp from V12 engine. Price: £1,695,000
2005 Ferrari Enzo at Amari – Just epic in every way, and its turned out to be a blue chip investment. This one is classic Rosso Corsa with black interior and shows sensible mileage. Price: £1,800,000
2015 McLaren P1 at Coutts Automobiles – Of the holy trinity, the most brutal, most difficult to drive. Which is a good thing. Not sure about the colour, though. Price: £2,000,000
2014 Ferrari LaFerrari at Prindiville – The name will always be ridiculous, but what a machine it is. 960bhp, 220mph, epic handling and searing noise. Incredible investment, too. Asking price is over 2 times list. Price: £2,394,000
1968 Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/2 Daytona Coupe at Gregor Fisken – We need a race car and this is a little honey. One of 3 works cars raced at Daytona in ’68, all finishing on the podium. Then passed through a number of owners, arriving in the UK in ’01. In ready to race order; a golden ticket to all the best events. POA (we think £2,500,000)
1962 Ferrari 250GT SWB by Bertone at Talacrest – Even with £100m, this would blow the budget. Unique 250GT SWB styled by master Bertone. Special in every way. Sold at auction in August for $16.5m. POA (we think £20,000,000)