And it has got Fux written all over it.
If you haven't heard of Micheal Fux before, he's responsible for at least one of the colorful exotic cars you've seen on Instagram. At age 74, the multi-millionaire has built up an unbelievable car collection that includes the first McLaren Senna to land in America and, most famously, some crazy colored Rolls-Royces. Also in his collection, until it sells, is this Acid Green Porsche 918 Spyder that's estimated to fetch over $1.5 million through Mecum. It's number 43 of the 918 examples Porsche built between 2013 and 2015, and one of only two painted in the eye-popping Acid Green color.
The Acid Green color is something you would expect to see on a Lamborghini, and we're not entirely sure it suits the 918 despite it being one of Porsche's most stand-out models in its history. The 918 is a hybrid hypercar based around a naturally aspirated 4.6-liter V8, which when combined with its electric drive system produces 875 horsepower and 944 lb-ft of torque. It'll go past 201 mph on the straight and then try to force your brain out through your ears in the corners, yet this one only has 510 miles on the clock.
It also has all the carbon-fiber accouterments you would want and carbon-ceramic disc brakes with Acid Green calipers. The Acid Green theme carries over to the inside as well with Acid Green contrast accents added to the black leather and suede interior. The carbon floor mats feature Acid Green piping, while the 20-inch Magnesium 918 Spyder wheels have silver accents.
It's part of the Micheal Fux collection being sold at Mecum's Kissimmee 2020 auction. Also on the docket is his Fuxia Fuchsia colored McLaren 720S, an exposed carbon fiber bodied McLaren Senna, the only AMG SLS coupe and roadsters with all-white leather interiors, and a Ferrari 488 Spider complete with a Handcrafted for Michael Fux badge.