Apparently this example is road-legal in all 50 states.
What supercar best defines the 1990s? There are plenty of prime contenders, such as the McLaren F1 or Bugatti EB110. However, perhaps the "most 90s" supercar ever is the Jaguar XJ220. Jag's supercar was made in limited numbers (275 total) and as such it is tough to find one for sale, especially in the US. That being said one example is for sale, the silver model seen here. Cats Exotics of Lynwood, Washington, has this XJ220 on its lot. Or it will have it very soon.
The dealership claims it is one of only two in the United States that is 100 percent road legal in all states. There are only 4,261 miles on the odometer and…well, that's it when it comes to info. The dealer's online inventory hasn't been updated to include the XJ220, although to be fair Cats Exotics did say the car was "inbound" on its Facebook page so details should be "inbound" as well. What we do know is that this supercar has a blistering top speed of 220 mph and is powered by a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 good for 542 horsepower and 476 lb-ft of torque. Even if it isn't a US rarity this is still an impressive car. What do you think it will or should sell for?