If you are a vehicle enthusiast, you are undoubtedly well-versed in BMW. This is one of the luxury automobile manufacturers well-known for making sleek, luxurious, and durable vehicles that have become a “status symbol” throughout the years.
BMWs are not just a mainstay for the rich; they also combine top amenities and convenience with unrivaled design and comfort. When you arrive in one of the expensive BMWs, you will be recognized, and the stares will be accompanied with envy. Not everyone is lucky enough to be able to buy the most expensive BMW vehicles.
The following is a list of the most costly BMW vehicles ever produced. The majority of the list is made up of tuned automobiles, particularly those from G-Power, although the highest price is reserved for a few BMW ideas.
$710,000 BMW X5M G-Power Typhoon
Top speed of 300 km/h, power of 725 horsepower 4.2 seconds from 0 to 100 kph/62 mph.
$800,000 for a 2014 BMW M5 Touring G-Power Hurricane RS.
German tuning business G-Power has announced the new “RR” version for the BMW M5/M6 Bi-Kompressor-System, based on a BMW M5 E61 Touring, with a staggering 820bhp – saying it’s “the fastest station wagon in the world.”
BMW M5 G-Power Hurricane RR 2010 – $750,000
372 kph top speed, 800 horsepower power 0-100 km/h / 0-62 mph / 4.35 seconds
$960,000 2012 BMW X6 M G-Power Typhoon WideBody
This racing vehicle, which is also valued at roughly $760,000, has an exceptionally sumptuous feel. The Typhoon has a curvy shape and plenty of internal room. You will also not feel any revs while driving from 0 to 62 in less than 5 seconds. When it comes to BMW, you can be confident of one thing: your automobile will retain its original worth. In fact, if you invest in one of the collector versions, you could definitely sell it for more than you paid for it.
$860,000 – 2009 BMW M6 G-Power Hurricane CS
This model was valued at $760,000 when it was named the World’s Fastest BMW Coupe in 2009, a tough honor to get. The M6 Hurricane has 21-inch Silverstone Diamond wheels, which enable it to be handled and driven at high speeds. Regular automobile tires would most likely come off at these speeds.
$800,000 for a 2015 BMW M6 G-Power Hurricane CS Ultimate.
This “casual” automobile, which is also worth over $800,000, has over a thousand horsepower. The M6 G-Power Hurricane CS Ultimate can achieve 200 KM/H in less than 9 seconds. If you wish to purchase one of these monsters, you must locate the owner, who has chosen to remain nameless. He or she is now residing in the United Arab Emirates. This is a model for serious collectors.
$800,000 for a 2012 BMW M5 G-Power Hurricane RRs.
The Hurricane RRs was unquestionably one of the most desired and popular BMW vehicles ever made. This automobile was also classified as one of the quickest sedans at one time, thanks to two ASA T1-316 superchargers that provided a remarkable speed increase. However, BMW decided not to mass-produce this best-selling automobile, which cost over $800,000. Instead, they introduced the Jubilee package, which included powerful and customized models that paid homage to the original Hurricanes.
$800,000 BMW X6 G-Power Typhoon S
While this automobile was initially sold for more than $800,000, it is difficult to obtain a replica for less than a million dollars now. This is mostly due to the success of the 2011 X6 when it was originally debuted. It was also one of the world’s most powerful cars. If you wanted to acquire this automobile today, you would have to locate a collector and spend a minimum of $1 million.
BMW X5 Le Mans Concept 2000 – $1,000,000
The appearance of this vehicle is almost similar to that of the BMW X5. Many people agree that this automobile appears strange, and it doesn’t seem to explain why it sells for a million dollars. This model boasted a stylish appearance, a V12 engine, and cutting-edge technology. However, this version was not very popular, which explained why it remained conceptual.
BMW M8 Prototype from 1990 – $1,000,000
Only one M8 model was ever made, and it costs well over a million dollars. This is one of the models that has achieved “cult status,” despite the fact that just a few videos and photographs exist to confirm its existence. Whatever the rationale for BMW’s decision not to mass produce this model, they have proved that they have a distinct advantage when it comes to classic designs and recall value.
2015 BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage Concept – $1,500,000
This gorgeous vehicle is supported by an intriguing tale. The CSL Hommage Concept BMW was created to “honor” a CSL model from the 1970s. While the first design did not earn much praise, BMW modified and worked on it until they developed a significantly nicer-looking vehicle. This automobile was worth $1.5 million.
BMW Nazca M12, 1991 – $3,000,000
In 1991, acclaimed designer Giorgetto Giugiaro conceived and designed the incredibly distinctive BMW Nazca M12 and C2 vehicles. Both automobiles were an instant success, but despite their immensely appealing characteristics, neither made it to the manufacturing stage. The C2 model was produced, with three variants reaching the market. Each of these automobiles sold for more than a million dollars. The M12 model, expected to cost approximately $3 million, was never marketed.