Top 10 Most Expensive Things in the World
1. Parking Spot ($1 million US Dollars)
New York city can be a nightmare when it comes to traffic, and especially when it comes to finding a place to park your car.
Coming in at 6x the cost of the average single-family home, this million dollar parking space is 12 feet wide and 23 feet long.
The parking spot has its own deed just like a house would, and is charged maintenance fees as well.
2. Television (2.5 Million Dollars)
Some people go to great lengths to make sure they have the biggest and best when it comes to TV’s.
If you want to go that extra mile, you can buy the Stuart Hughes Prestige HD Supreme Rose for a ridiculous 2.5 million dollars.
The TV contains 41 pounds of 22 carat gold, crocodile skin paneling and 48 high quality gemstones. It’s unbelievable to think that some people would buy this product, considering it doesn’t even come with a 3d Option
3. Piano (3.22 Million Dollars)
The nine-foot Heintzman Piano was sold at auction for 3.22 million, making it the highest price ever paid for a piano on earth.
Exclusively built for performances in large concert halls it was introduced to the world during the opening ceremony of the 2008 Beijing olympic games.
The piano was retired after one performance and then put up for auction where it was purchased and hasn’t been seen since.
4. Drink (3.5 Million Dollars)
Coming in at 3.5 million dollars it’s not the booze that makes this the priciest alcohol but the bottle it comes in.
The Ley .925 Tequila Pasion Azteca Ultra-Premium Anejo comes in one of 3 bottles, the cheapest option sells for 225,000, the second option at 1.5 million and the diamond sterling bottle for 3.5 million.
The bottle is hand crafted, holds one liter, one half is pure platinum while the other half is pure white hold. All of the bottles have been sold out, and for 100k finders fee the company will try to put you in touch with one of the owners who may or may not be willing to sell.
5. Car (4 Million Dollars)
Imagine shelling out almost 4 million dollars for a car before you had even set eyes on it. That’s exactly what 3 gentlemen did who bought the Lamborghini Veneno.
Lamborghini didn’t allow just anyone to buy this car, they handpicked three buyers based on their knowledge and appreciation of the brand.
With a 740 horsepower V12 engine, the multi million dollar supercar is sure to attract gawkers and car enthusiasts alike.
6. Watch (25 Million Dollars)
Looking more like just a handful of diamonds glued together rather than a watch, this timepiece comes in at an astounding 25 million.
With 201 carats of colored diamonds it has a spring loaded mechanism which when pressed allows three heart shapes to slide away and expose the yellow diamond studded watch face.
7. Jewelry (3.22 Million Dollars)
The Graff pink is a rare 24.78 carat pink diamond which was sold for 46 million dollars. The gem is classified as fancy intense pink which is a high colour rating for diamonds.
The jewel has been described as one of the greatest diamonds ever discovered, and when it was sold at auction it gained the title of being the most expensive single jewel ever sold.
8. House (2 Billion Dollars)
Named after a mythical Island in the Atlantic, the Antilia is believed to be worth between 1 and 2 billion dollars.
Built in South Mumbai, it has 27 floors, 400,000 square feet of living space, 3 helipads and a staff of over 600 to maintain it.
The home has been called a stupendous show of wealth, and owner Mukesh Ambani have been living in the property since September of 2011.
9. Yacht (4.5 Billion Dollars)
The history supreme is a gold-plated superyacht that is claimed to be worth 4 and a half-billion dollars. The 30-meter-long ship is adorned with 100,000 kilograms of gold and platinum that covers half of it’s surface.
The boat also features a luxurious master bedroom with a wall feature made from meteoric stone and a genuine T REX dinosaur bone.
10. Weapon Systems
At the top of our List, we have the F-35 Lightning II Multirole fighter jet. With Research and development at a price tag of 58 billion, procurement cost at 267 billion and price per unit at 109 million the total cost comes in at a staggering 326 billion dollars.
The Joint Strike Fighter is designed and built by Lockheed Martin. The United States plans to buy a total of 2457 of the aircraft even though there have been several concerns over performance and safety.