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At the top spot again, the $1.4 million Bugatti Veyron is named after French racing driver Pierre Veyron, who won the 24 hours of Le Mans in 1939 while racing for the original Bugatti firm.
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The $835,000 Enzo was initially announced at the 2002 Paris Motor Show with a limited production run of 349 units but after numerous requests, Ferrari decided to build 50 more Enzos, bringing the total to 399.
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The $800,000 Maserati MC12 is a grand tourer produced by Maserati to allow a racing variant to compete in the FIA GT Championship.
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The $720,000 Koenigsegg CCX, the world's Fastest V8 production supercar, is the second latest supercar from Swedish car manufacturer Koenigsegg, now superseded by the Koenigsegg CCXR.
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The $500,000 Pagani Zonda supercar debuted in 1999 and continues through the present, with production proceeding at roughly 25 cars per year.