The next issue of duPont REGISTRY A Buyers Gallery of Fine Automobiles will feature six ultra-exotics worth $9 million being offered from a single dealer. It’s not every day you can set your eyes on 4,500-plus horsepower and $9 million worth of cars huddled in a single room. Well, not unless you are creeping around the now-aging garage of the sultan of Brunei. The result of engineering triumphs from the world’s top minds, each car’s creation comes from a storied history and for a different purpose:
A street-legal version of a racecar of the same name, the 2000 Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR Super Sport is powered by an AMG-derived 7.3-liter V-12 producing 720 hp. This is number 17 of the 25 CLK GTRs and one of five upgraded to Super Sports trim. The car is titled in Florida and only has 1,492 miles on the odometer.
Designed for the track
An off-shoot of the Enzo but developed only for the track, this particular FXX was upgraded to Evolution trim by Ferrari’s racing division for Ferrari owners, Corse Clienti, in the fall of 2010. Since its return, the track-ready 2003 model has sat unused as one of only 35 FXX cars and 17 Evolutions in the world.
After the title of world’s fastest production car
Powered by an 806-hp 4.7-liter twin-supercharged V-8, the 2008 Koenigsegg CCX offered is one of 34 ever built and is in pristine condition with only 277 miles under its belt. A similar Koenigsegg CCR claimed the world’s fastest production car title in February 2005 but it wasn’t long before it was superseded by another car in the collection.
The Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4 uses 8.0-liter W-16 quad-turbocharged engine and standard four-wheel drive to propel it to 60 mph from a standstill in 2.4 seconds and to a top speed of 253 mph, making it the world’s fastest production car in April 2005. With only 1,699 miles, this is one of 71 Veyrons produced in 2008.
An expression of Formula 1 know-how in a road-legal vehicle
Ferrari introduced the Enzo in 2002 featuring the latest Formula 1 technology. This 2003 model is Ferrari Classiche certified, is in pristine condition, and has only 3,413 miles. It includes full books, luggage, and up-to-date service records.
Example of extreme exclusivity, encompassing the brand’s entire technical and dynamic competence
Lamborghini introduced the Reventon for 2008 as an extreme Murcielago reformed into a limited edition masterpiece. Twenty of 20, this Reventon is like new and has never been owner driven. The car was stored in a private collection upon purchase and features only 68 delivery miles.
Separately, they stand as rolling pieces of technological art. Amassed, these special creations form a fantasy garage. The most common car was limited to 400 units, making a collection like this for sale in one place exponentially rarer than the cars alone. You can learn more about this exclusive set of vehicles in the pages of our magazine
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