A one-of-a-kind 1993 Cizeta V16T previously owned by the Sultan of Brunei is up for sale through Curated, a dealership that specializes in vintage supercars.
The rare powerhouse, on sale for $725,000, is one of 20 cars built by Cizeta between 1988 and 1994.
An extremely rare 90's gem
Cizeta was a short-lived supercar company founded by ex-Lamborghini engineer and car dealer Claudio Zampolli and record producer Giorgio Moroder.
The rarity of the Cizeta V16T, as well as its design heritage and story, accounts for the supercar's steep asking price.
Hand-built by Lamborghini and Ferrari engineers
As if often the case with these luxury models, the car seems to have spent a lot of time in the garage — it has only racked up 600 miles in total and was never registered.
As Business Insider points out, Cizetas were hand-built mainly by former Lamborghini and Ferrari engineers.
According to the car's listing, the supercar made an appearance at the 1993 Geneva Motor Show, prompting legendary designers Gordan Murray and Peter Stevens to praise its design in a personal letter to Zampolli.