An all-encompassing description of the supercar: luxury, power and unparalleled strength. These are the cars that will almost only appear in your wildest dreams. Fasten your seatbelt: the most exclusive supercars from the past century selected for you.Online editor: Natasha Hendriks

First spotted at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2007 and perfected from 2007 to 2010: the Reventón. Named after a fighting bull and was part of one limited series of Lamborghini supercars. The styling was inspired by fighter jets and only 20 examples were made, with one extra for the factory museum. Photo: Halil Ergenc/Shutterstock

The super exclusive ONE-77 from Aston Martin is a true one piece of art. Only 77 of these powerful cars were built, each costing approximately $1,5 million. When launched in 2009, this was the fastest, most technically advanced and most radical Aston ever built. And perhaps the most beautiful. Photo: Aston Martin

SSC North America's goal was to reach 300 mph with their SSC Tuatara hypercars. In 2007, SSC Tuatara's 1.287 hp Ultimate Aero clocked 256,14 mph. The record stood for three years until Bugatti's Veyron Super Sports appeared. Production of this model started with the aim of building a maximum of 100 units, each with a price tag of $ 1,6 million. Photo: SSC North America

One of Koenigsegg's most powerful models is the Regera. Christian von Koenigsegg was inspired after a few sprints in a Tesla Model S P95. However, the Regera runs on hybrid power and has three electric motors. Photo: Grzegorz Czapski/Shutterstock

The Bugatti Chiron is all about the sum of its glorious parts. The Chiron, named after the famous Monegasque driver Louis Chiron, is both a vehicle from the future and a modern reincarnation of the Bugatti Type 57 SC Atlantic from the 30s. Photo: Kaukola Photography/Shutterstock