Judging by their post-win purchases, it seems that most lucky lotto winners love luxury vehicles as much as they love hitting the jackpot - and from what we've heard, our GiantLottos.com players are no exception! With 2015 still to draw to a close, the jury's out on what this year's most expensive vehicles will turn out to be - but in the meantime if you're looking for a sleek, sophisticated machine to add to your "must-buy" list, why not take a look at 2014's priciest luxury vehicles, and start planning how you'll be spending your soon-to-be-won lotto multi-millions!
Rolls Royce Phantom - $385,000
We know what you're thinking - usually the Phantom usually only sells for $330,000, so why the extra $55,000? That would be because of the extended wheel base package, an extra feature making this opulent automobile even more luxurious than ever! Add to that the power and performance that Rolls Royce is known for, and you have one of 2014's most sumptuous vehicles at your disposal, whether you choose to enjoy it from the driver's seat, or as a passenger with your very own chauffeur. Home Jeeves, and don't spare the horses!
Porsche 918 Spyder – $845,000
Going up more than double in price, the Porsche 918 Spyder is a marvel of German engineering, and one of the most expensive cars sold throughout 2014. Of course, add your own extra features and customisations and you could expect to spend upwards of $1 million - all on a car! But what a car though - one fitted with a 4.6 litre V8 engine and an output of 608 horsepower; a car so unique only 918 of them were ever produced. Slip behind one of these steering wheels and you won't just own the road - you'll look good doing it too!
Hennessey Venom GT – $1.2 million
Forget luxury cars - why not go all out and spend your lotto millions on a supercar - and the world's fastest accelerating car at that! Introducing the Hennessey Venom, a car capable of reaching 300kmph in just over 13 seconds - a feat that landed it a place in the Guinness World Book of Records. Its 7.0-litre twin-turbo V8 engine could have had something to do with it, as could its 1,244 horsepower. Yes, at $1.2 million it comes with a steep price tag, but just think of how much time you'd save from the minute you hit the accelerator!
Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse - $2.7 million
We've spoken about the Bugatti Veyron before, but it's worth returning to as many times as possible. That's because this German-engineered, French-assembled vehicle is no ordinary car - instead it's one of the world's fastest and most expensive cars of all time, reaching prices of up to $3 million with add-ons and extra features included. If you're planning on owning one for yourself though, make sure you buckle up tight - because with top speeds of 431 kmph, it'll blow your hair back and then some!
See anything you like? Then add it to your lotto shopping list, and get your tickets from GiantLottos.com in time for the upcoming draws! The most expensive cars of 2015 are still to be decided, but that doesn't mean you can't make your play for speed, power and performance with 2014's finest in the meantime - and enjoy every thrilling second as king of the road!