Italdesign has decades of experience under its belt in creating marvelous designs for some of the most recognized automobile manufacturers around the world. Two years ago it decided to take it up a notch by internally producing its own supercar. That leap was short however, with only five ZeroUnos built. Now, one of those five supercars will be up for sale at the RM Sotheby’s Essen auction in Germany next month.
The ZeroUno features full carbon fiber bodywork with active cooling vents and ducts in the front fascia. The supercar contains aero elements to improve downforce, gluing the stunner to the road. Power is generated via a 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V-10, adding power to all four wheels with a seven-speed dual clutch transmission.
Italdesign decided to give every element on the ZeroUno options for customizing, ranging from the material choices to the paint colors. Famed collector and social media star @mwvmnw specced this particular vehicle. Though his collection is often seen in motion, his ZeroUno only completed testing and delivering. He never registered the supercar, nor drove it on public roads.
The ZeroUno price started around $1.7 million when it was new, though RM Sotheby’s estimates the car will sell between €950,000 and €1,500,000 (around $1.07 million and $1.7 million). A lucky buyer out there might just land an awesome deal if appreciation has already kicked in.