Chassis number: 5UMCN93462LK61096
- S54, 3.2-liter, 315-hp 6-cylinder engine
- 5-speed manual gearbox
- One of 678 with this engine
- One of two with factory sunroof deleted
- 21,000 miles on the odometer
- Imola Red paintwork
- Comes from a climate-controlled private collection
The BMW M coupe was built to be a German masterpiece — to perform and handle better than most sports cars on the road. The purpose behind creating an M Coupe was to increase the rigidity of the much-loved Z3 Read More
In 1989, to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Lamborghini Automobili S.p.A., the company owners at that time — the Chrysler Corporation — drafted in no less than Horatio Pagani to restyle and relaunch the amazing Countach for the final time.
Featuring carbon and Kevlar panels, bespoke wheelarch extensions, extended air-intake ducts and a new rear engine cover design, the car now looked amazing. Power was lifted to 455 bhp from the 4-valve QV engine, offering 369 ft-lbs of torque. The Read More
The SL65 AMG Black Series was unveiled at Monterey in 2008. The base car SL65 AMG’s 6.0liter V12 engine was retained for the Black Series, but it received larger turbochargers, a bigger intercooler, a new exhaust system and a suitably remapped ECU, resulting in an increase in maximum power to 670 horsepower (approximately a 10% improvement over the stock SL65 AMG) while torque went up to a mighty 737 lb/ft, delivered between 2,200 and 4,200 revs.
AMG’s engineers not only Read More
Introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in 2003, the Gallardo was intended to complement the 12-cylinder Murciélago in Lamborghini’s model line. Far from entry level, however, the Gallardo was a 10-cylinder, fire-breathing supercar that not only offers world-class performance, but all the refinement and technology that Audi ownership has afforded the sports car manufacturer from Sant’Agata Bolognese.
Two years after the introduction of the coupe, the Gallardo Spyder was released. This new model featured a folding soft top; the Spyder’s Read More
This car has a 720-hp, 5,980-cc Mercedes-AMG V12 engine with twin turbochargers, 7-speed automated manual transmission, front and rear independent suspension with double wishbones and fully adjustable coil-over shocks, and four-wheel carbon ceramic brakes. The wheelbase is 110 inches.
- Less than 400 miles from new
- Over $260,000 in options, including $20,000 seven-piece luggage set
- Horacio Pagani’s second masterpiece of engineering, design and Italian craftsmanship
Unveiling their first car at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show, Pagani Automobili was set Read More
Ferrari never developed the Testarossa into a spider version for production. There were a handful of wealthy collectors who, wanting to own a convertible version of this sublime model, commissioned a derivative from coachbuilders such as Richard Straman in the United States.
The Ferrari Testarossa on offer is exceptionally unique. It was built specially at Maranello for l’Avvocato Gianni Agnelli, to mark the anniversary of his taking over the multinational company Fiat.
According to Ferrari archives, the construction of the Read More