Overheard: The Most Expensive Car to Fill up

Overheard: The Most Expensive Car to Fill up

And you thought that 11-year-old SUV you own was causing the most pain at the pump … Wrong.

Here’s one time you will be thankful that you DON’T own a supercar.

According to the Supercars Report from the automotive experts at Zutobi, the most expensive car to fill up at the gas station is the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti, coming in at a whopping $359 to fill the 108L tank. Ouch.

Zutobi explains that design of the world’s most expensive vehicles prioritize power, speed and style, with less of a focus on fuel economy. However, fuel efficiency can vary a lot across these luxury models, with the supercar with the worst fuel economy using a staggering 30.1 liters for every 100 kilometers.

The full research is available to view here: https://zutobi.com/us/driver-guides/the-super-cars-report 

The most expensive supercars to fill up

RankCarFuel tank capacityEstimated cost to fill 
1Ferrari 612 Scaglietti108 L$359
2Ferrari 599 GTO105 L$349
3Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport100 L$333
3Bugatti Chiron Sport100 L$333
3Bugatti Divo100 L$333
3Bugatti Veyron100 L$333
3Lamborghini Murciélago LP 640100 L$333
3Lamborghini Murciélago LP 670-4 SV100 L$333
9Ferrari F43095 L$316

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