Supercar thrills from rare to hyper-exclusive | Mecum Kissimmee Sale

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A nearly surefire way to score a highly desirable future classic? Try a modern supercar.

Sure, the price tag might be in millions, but the good news is that value is likely to hold going into the future–after all, who doesn’t want to be seen in a supercar?

Here are four exotics–ranging from rare to hyper-exclusive–to be offered as part of  Mecum’s upcoming Kissimmee 2022 auction January 6-16.

So if you are looking to stand out in a seriously fast, exclusive car, one of these could scratch that itch. 

The modern retelling of the McLaren F1, the Speedtail

Built at the cutting edge of automotive technology, this 2020 McLaren Speedtail features only 194 miles and McLaren Special Operations-appointed (the company’s bespoke division) Volcano Yellow exterior with gloss black details. The interior matches the exterior. 

Power comes from a 4.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V8 mated to an “eMotor” hybrid powertrain that makes a combined power output of 1055 horsepower.

It‘s rare, too, as this Speedtail is number 100 of only 106 ever made.


A Pagani with carbon fiber as far as the eye can see

This 2016 Pagani Huayra–the model name is pronounced “why-ra”–reportedly takes its name “after a wind god of the South American Quechua people.”

Motiving this unusual Italian supercar is a 6.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V12 engine (borrowed from Mercedes-Benz) good for 620 horsepower.

It looks cool, too. In lieu of paint, this Hyura makes do with a smattering of exposed carbon fiber both inside and out.

Showing only 725 miles, this Pagani is also one of only 100 examples ever produced.


The first plug-in hybrid Ferrari

Not sure if you are ready to convert to a full-time electric car yet? That’s where the plug-in hybrid comes into play, offering the best of both worlds without the commitment.

It’s also that plug-in hybrid tech that makes this 2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale so special; it’s the very first plug-in hybrid produced by the famed car maker.

The SF90’s powertrain puts down 986 horsepower out of its combined 3.9-liter, twin-turbocharged V8 and hybrid system.

Finished in Extracampionario White over a red interior, this Ferrari shows to have only been driven 57 miles since new.


A fully-loaded Porsche 911 Turbo S

Sure, the Porsche GT3 might be the pure, track-focused version of the 911, but when it comes to downright speed, the Turbo S is the model to get.

This barely broken-in 2022 Porsche 911 Turbo S–with only 86 miles on the odometer–comes well equipped with virtually every creature comfort you could imagine: heated and ventilated seats, navigation, multizone air conditioning and a sunroof.

All those nice touches don’t mean the Turbo S is slow by any stretch of the imagination; zero to 60 mph takes less than three seconds thanks to its 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged, flat-six engine.

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