No supercar collection should be without it.
Jaguar built just 281 units of the XJ220 supercar over a three year period. Unveiled in concept form back in 1988, it looks as impressive as any hypercar on the road today, and has the performance to match. Its mid-mounted 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 helps propel the car from 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds onto a top speed of 217 mph. At one point in time, that made it the fastest road car on the planet.
This particular example was commissioned by the Brunei Royal Family, rolling out of Jaguar’s Oxford factory in 1991 wearing a Jaguar metallic green paint job. Before returning to the UK in 2002, just 1,412 miles were put on the car, and has since received expert work and restoration to return it to mint condition. With less than 6,000 miles on the clock, Silverstone Auctions believes it will fetch between £200,000 and £220,000 when it goes under the hammer this weekend at the NEC, Birmingham, England.