Top 10 Most Expensive Machines In The World

Whether it’s for military, commercial, or private use, some machines can be very costly to build. Sometimes they’re expensive because of advanced technology, and other times due to their sheer size. Today we are going to look at which machines are considered top of the top, financially and otherwise. In this article, you are going to know about the top 10 most expensive machines in the world.

#1. Rolls

Royce Motor Cars Limited is a British luxury automobile maker, which is actually owned by BMW. They are responsible for manufacturing some of the most expensive cars in the world as well as the engines that go in Boeing passenger planes. The Rolls-Royce Swetail is a luxury car hand-built in the United Kingdom and inspired by the coach building of the 1920s and 1930s. At the time of its debut, in May 2017 at the yearly Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este event, the Sweptail was the most expensive new automobile in the world, costing around $12.8 million. To put that price into perspective, the next most expensive car is the Bugatti Chiron which costs around $2.9 million, so you could buy 4 of those Bugattis for the price of a single Rolls-Royce and still get $800,000 back in Change.

#2. “Paul Newman” Daytona

When you think of expensive machines, watches don’t immediately come to mind, but then over the years, Rolex has been known to release some classics that have sold for millions. Most notably, the legendary, monumental, and highly sought-after Rolex, the exotic-dial Daytona watch owned by Paul Newman. When it went to auction in 2017, the bid started at $1M, and with all the interest, it quickly climbed to $15 million, which is where the audience thought it would stop, but it kept climbing and eventually sold for $17.8 million. Everyone in the room rose to give a standing ovation. That’s a high price for a wristwatch but not the most expensive. The Chopard 201 Carat Watch is completely handmade and contains 874 first-grade diamonds. There is a 15.37-Karat heart-shaped pink diamond in the middle of the dazzling yellow gold and white gold hardware, as well as an 11.36-karat heart-shaped diamond and another blue heart-shaped diamond weighing 12.79 karats. The Price is A Whopping $25M!

#3. Bertha

Bertha was a 57-foot-diamond tunnel-boring machine built especially for the Washington State Development of Transortation’s Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement tunnel project in Settle. it was made by Hitachi Zosen Sakai Works in Osaka, Japan, and this incredible giant machine drill is 326 feet long and weighs 6,700 short tons. Completing the Alaskan Way Viaduct meant Vertha has to dig a 9.20-foot tunnel. One of the trickiest megaprojects in history, Bertha was the largest frill on Earth, and a machine that cost $80 million was only part of the larger price of the eight-year construction project that totaled $ 160 million. ” You see it, and you’re just kind of overwhelmed by what humans can do, what they can accomplish,” said former Gov. Chris Gregoire when the tunnel was complete.

Airbus A380

When it comes to passenger jets, the Airbus A380 custom private jet tops them all at $500 million. This Flying Palace is the passenger version that’s been converted, and it has everything from a private entrance by elevator to bypass the aerobridges, fixed dining tables, en suite private showers, a two-car garage, a stable a room for the prince’s hawks, multiple bedrooms, bathrooms with showers, and even a wellness area. One nearly made its way into the hands of Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal in 2013, although the Saudi Arabian royal sold the decked-out jet for reasons unknown, before even taking it for a test flight.

#5. A-380

So is this A380 top of the list of pricey private jets? well actually no. There are a few world leaders who have lashed out more on lavish machines. Vladimir Putin’s IL -96-300PU cost $523 million, and President Trump’s Air Force One is a hefty sum of $1.1 billion, but none matches Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani’s fleet which has a price tag of 1.6 billion. The emir of Qatar is one of the wealthiest people on the planet and has a host of aircraft at his disposal, including two Airbus A320s, two A330s, and two Boeing 646-8s,required to transport his entourage of a thousand or more on his official engagements. He once arrived in Japan to meet the prime minister with 10 aircraft. Technically, the emir has a few machines, so you could argue that President Trump actually has the single most expensive private jet.

#6. B-2 Sprit Stealth Plane

We can’t talk about expensive machines without mentioning a jet fighter, and the B-2 Spirit stealth plane is top of the list of the most expensive military planes manufactured in America. It looks more like an alien spaceship than a fighter jet, and that’s because it was designed to evade radar, electromagnetic, visual, and infrared signals. It was originally built to carry nuclear bombs but was later updated to carry other types of missiles. The production program cost a total of $45 billion and 21 units was delivered to the US military; each B-2 spirit plane cost $2.1 billion to make in 1997. The high cost was due to the fact that nothing had been developed like this before. The plane’s large payload space, aerodynamic efficiency, advanced, stealth technology, and avionic radar systems make it a unique and lethal fighter jet.


And again from the military, we have The Virginia class also known as the SSN-774 class, a new class of nuclear-powered fast attack submarine in service with the United States Navy, with the aim of use for a variety of missions, including both knee-deep and deep water combat as well as stealth. It comes with a cool $2.7 billion price tag and includes four torpedo tubes and twelve vertical missile launchers, which are capable of launching up to 16 cruise missiles in a single bush. That’s one serious sub!

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