This Sold Out Italian Supercar Costs The Same As A Bugatti Chiron

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It's one of only five in the world.

Italdesign recently made a comeback with the formation of its new sub-brand specializing in developing low-volume supercars. This year's Geneva Motor Show saw the reveal of its first creation: the insane Italdesign Zerouno, boasting an all-carbon body and the same 5.2-liter, V10 as the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan producing 610-hp and 413 lb-ft of torque. Not long ago, Italdesign announced that all five units slated for production had been sold, but one has already found its way onto the classifieds with an insane asking price.

Originally, the ultra-limited supercar commanded a price of $1.6 million, but the example listed for sale on JamesEdition is being sold for a staggering €2.4 million (around $2,871,120), so it's already nearly doubled its original value in a few months. That's around the same price as a Bugatti Chiron or Mercedes-AMG Project One, though it's considerably rarer. If you missed out on the initial order allocation, this could be your last chance to snap up a Italdesign Zerouno from a private seller. The Zerouno listed for sale is the second customer car out of the five planned for production, finished in a striking metallic red finish.

Unique to this specific car is a more prominent rear spoiler with a central longitudinal fin, as the customer wanted their Zerouno to have a racier look. If it looks familiar, it's the same Zerouno that Italdesign presented at this year's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. According to the advert, the mid-engined supercar has only covered 31 miles. Performance is identical to the Audi R8 V10 Plus, with a 0-62 mph time of 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 205 mph. If the asking price is too hard to swallow, fear not because Italdesign is already assessing if there is enough demand to launch a roadster variant of the Zerouno.

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