The world’s fastest supercar from the 1990s is on saleOctober 3, 2020
British auto show McGurk Performance Cars sells rare Jaguar XJ220 supercar. As Autoclassics informs, the car is in a state of almost new.
For this car it is planned to gain 350,000 pounds. Note that the almost 30-year-old supercar was owned by only one owner. Since then, he drove 4200 km. The body is painted in the shade of Silverstone Green, while the interior is finished with sand-colored leather. Authenticity of the car is confirmed by official documents.
Recall that the presentation of the concept Jaguar XJ220, which has an all-wheel drive system and a V12 engine, took place in 1988. But a car with four-wheel drive and a 550-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 turbo engine entered the conveyor.
Within three years (1992-1994) 282 units of the XJ220 were produced. The manufacturer was going to produce 350 cars, but due to low demand, the circulation was sold until 1997.
In 1991, the model set a speed record for production cars – 341.7 km / h. A year later, in 1992, she herself surpassed her result – 349.4 km / h.
In addition, it was recently noted that a rare 1957 Ford Thunderbird of the production year will be sold at the auction. It should be emphasized that the estimated cost of this car is currently not disclosed.
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