The lottery has gained more popularity in the UK in recent years. Two record-breaking jackpots were available in October 2018: the $1.6 Billion Mega Millions and the $687.8 M Powerball. Of course, when you have so much cash, you need new wheels. You can even buy multiple sets. You can have a whole fleet of shiny, powerful toys that will impress your neighbors. There are so many supercars, sports cars, and hypercars available on the market. Which vehicles are worth a fortune? Here are 6 luxury cars for lotto Winners that should be part of any multi-millionaire’s collection.

Aston Martin Lagonda

James Bond’s iconic getaway car is the perfect vehicle to live out your spy fantasies. Automaker Aston Martin teamed with EON Productions to produce just 25 copies of the DB5, the iconic Bond car. It made its debut in 1964’s film “Goldfinger” and is still a beloved and recognizable Bond vehicle. Although it is not street legal, this version includes many of the gadgets featured in the film, such as the rotating license plate. In addition, birch Silver will be used as the car’s paint color. This is the original color of Sean Connery’s DB5-powered drive. A matching DB5 Lego set will also be included and look great next to the automotive masterpiece.

MSRP: $3.5 Million

McLaren 720S

British supercar manufacturer McLaren is now the dominant force in Formula One. It’s now dominating the streets. The company used its motorsports technology not long ago to develop street-legal production cars to satisfy the needs of a wannabe race car driver. McLaren’s 720S coupe is a supercar that produces 710 horsepower and has been a success in just seven years. Its nose is reminiscent of a Great White Shark. Every curve and line were designed to maximize performance. It is a supercar that can whip the competition. If you want a supercar that is comfortable to drive over long distances and has good rearward visibility, this car is the one for you.

MSRP: $284,745

Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster

A Lamborghini is a must-have for any car collection. This is the flagship model of the Italian automaker. Make sure you have a pair of sunglasses and a hoodie to make it stand out. The naturally aspirated V12 engine produces a powerful, unmistakable, raw, primitive, brutish sound that will shock any bystander. Lamborghini designed the car with a vestigial back window to allow the driver to hear the Aventador’s roars at all times. It’s the only V12 supercar roadster with a removable two-piece roof. This supercar’s bold styling and striking lines are truly amazing. It is hard not to admire. It’s cool to own a car that can accelerate from 0-60 mph in just 3.0 seconds. According to Lamborghini, this vehicle will “feed your ego.” Touché.

MSRP: $460,247

Aston Martin Vantage

Aston Martin’s Vantage sportscar received a complete redesign from this Andy Palmer. Aston’s striking silhouette was unaffected, but the Vantage’s bold and aggressive new grill is more controversial. With the Vantage, the British automaker was true to its roots and produced one of the best sports cars in its 105-year history. The 4.0-liter turbocharged V8 engine is evident as soon as your foot touches the gas pedal. It was made to race. Aston Martin has never been more athletic, muscular, and beautiful than it is today.

MSRP: $150,000


Sometimes, you just want to drive a… sedan. Not just any four-door sedan. German automaker BMW has upgraded its M5 sedan, which was built 30 years ago, by giving it an all-wheel-drive for winter roads. The M5 is a hybrid of sports and luxury. This makes it possible to take your pet on a joyride. The 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine produces 617 horsepower and 553 pounds-feet of torque. The 2019 model can hit 0-60 mph in just 3.1 seconds. BMW’s iDrive system, which is among the most advanced in the industry, will guide you through unfamiliar terrain and switch tunes.

MSRP: $102,700

Rolls-Royce Dawn

There are many adjectives that can be used to describe the Dawn drophead coupe: elegant, stunning, exquisite, stellar, and heavenly. You get the idea. The Dawn transforms in less than 20 seconds from a coupe into a convertible. It’s large enough to carry you and your three friends. The doors open at your command, making it difficult to not make a statement (Rolls calls them “coach door”). The Dawn convertible is powerful and light, thanks to its twin-turbo V12 engine of 6.6-liters. You can monogram the headrests with your initials for a little extra. It may make the British royals jealous.

MSRP: $349,050