A rating of the most "gluttonous" cars has been compiled

All participants are very expensive luxury cars, so fuel efficiency is unlikely to matter to their owners.

In the world of cars, there are models that stand out for their extremely high fuel consumption.. Of course, economy does not play a big role when choosing exclusive models or rare collectible cars. Here are some examples of such “gluttony” leaders.

Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman Landaulet (W100) – fuel consumption: 22.8 l/100 km

Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman Landaulet (W100)

Legendary luxury sedan from 1963-1981 with an extended Pullman Landaulet modification. V8 engine with a volume of 6.3 liters and a power of 250 hp.

Rolls-Royce Phantom VI — fuel consumption: 24.5 l/100 km

Rolls-Royce Phantom VI

Rolls-Royce's largest sedan with huge fuel consumption has become synonymous with the concept of «conservative».

Ferrari F50 – fuel consumption: 24.5 l/100 km

Ferrari F50

The Ferrari F50 was launched in 1995 as a mid-engined supercar.. The car is equipped with a naturally aspirated V12 with a volume of 4.7 liters and a power of 519 hp. with a dry sump, making it a derivative of the 1990 Ferrari 641 formula engine. A total of 349 examples of the Ferrari F50 were produced.

Lamborghini LM002 – fuel consumption: 25 l/100 km

Lamborghini LM002

Super SUV with 5.2-liter V12 engine producing 456 hp. was the implementation of Lamborghini's idea to enter the military SUV market. But the model never became popular.

Pagani Zonda F – fuel consumption: 28.3 l/100 km

Pagani Zonda F

Supercar with a V12 AMG engine of 7.3 liters and 602 hp, which is one of the modifications of the Zonda family of mid-engined supercars. In total, about 50 of these cars were produced.