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The Riyadh Car Show Auction 2019
The Riyadh Car Show Auction 2019

The Riyadh Car Show Auction 2019

Friday, November 22, 2019  |  2:30 PM EUR (GMT)
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Silverstone Auctions are coming to The Riyadh Car Show 2019 by invitation of Seven Motor Company, registered in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, forming part of the Riyadh Season inaugural event. Riyadh Car Show, the most influential automotive event in the Middle East brings together enthusiasts and collectors from all over the world. Offering to market an unrepeatable selection of incredibly rare hypercars, supercars and classic cars. Many of these cars are being seen at auction for the first time, from the iconic homologation special Ferrari 288 GTO to one of five built McLaren P1 XP Carbon Series. This carefully chosen selection of simply amazing motorcars represents some of the finest automobiles in the world.


Auction takes place at Al Janadriyyah, Ar Rakb, Riyadh 13614, Saudi Arabia
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2019 Bugatti Chiron Sport 110 ANS

Lot # 100 (Sale Order: 1 of 68)      

Aspiring to continue to push the automotive envelope, Bugatti’s engineers were keenly looking to the future and began working on the Veyron’s successor soon after the Veyron itself entered production. They knew that the car would need to be faster and more technologically advanced than its predecessor, but Bugatti’s engineers rose to the occasion, and the Chiron upped the ante in every regard. Named after the famed Monegasque racing driver Louis Chiron, it was first introduced to the public at the Geneva Motor Show in 2016.

Having learned numerous lessons with the Veyron through their own testing as well as customer feedback, Bugatti used that car as a starting point and managed to find an additional 300 bhp within their quad-turbocharged W-16 engine. The Chiron was electronically limited to 420 km/h, although capable of faster speeds, but was limited due to the fact that tires capable of handling higher speeds simply did not yet exist in 2016, however, development is continuing apace. Five hundred Chirons were slated for production and currently, around 400 have found homes

Unveiled at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show, the Chiron Sport is Bugatti's breathtaking new interpretation of their ultimate super sports car. A firmer chassis setting combined with lightweight components provide even sharper handling and exhilarating agility - without compromising the Chiron's uniquely luxurious character. The Sport boasts firmer chassis settings, an all-new dynamic torque vectoring function and a sport-focused suspension setup and a substantial weight saving has been achieved with redesigned components and new lightweight wheels.

Specially developed for those Chiron customers who were looking for a distinctly sporting character, the Sport combines enhanced handling, astonishing agility and distinctive design features without compromising the Chiron's class-leading standard of comfort.

This remarkable, left hand drive, Chiron Sport is showing 527 kms, is finished in steel blue carbon matte and we are informed is registered in the KSA. 

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Country of Registration: KSA

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1998 Porsche 911 (993) Carrera 4S

Lot # 101 (Sale Order: 2 of 68)      

Desirable, collectable, last of the air-cooled 911s and a very late model.

  • Indicating just 40,000km at the time of cataloguing, last of the air-cooled 911s, offered without reserve

  • Naturally aspirated, flat-6 with the aesthetic benefit of the Turbo wide-body and other upgrades

  • Presented in the timeless colour combination of silver metallic paintwork with black leather

  • Fast becoming a collectable modern-classic Porsche revered for high build quality and pure Porsche form

The 993 was the final generation of the air-cooled 911 manufactured and sold between January 1994 and early 1998 and, as such, will always have a special place in the affections of Porsche enthusiasts. It is also widely said to be the last of the 911s that were built whilst engineering integrity overruled accounting pressures at Porsche. 20 years on, it still looks modern, a truly timeless design. 

When it arrived, the 993 Carrera 4 featuring the all-new, four-wheel-drive system met with worldwide acclaim and these cars are still revered for great performance and sure-footed handling. Boasting the wider bodywork of the Turbo with Turbo suspension, brakes and Turbo-look wheels, the Carrera 4S hit a sweet spot with many enthusiasts, combining the reliable and economical 282bhp Carrera S engine with the dramatic presence of the Turbo along with the added practicality and confidence of four-wheel drive.

This superb, manual gearbox, left-hand drive Carrera 4S presents very well with metallic silver paintwork and a black leather interior. We are informed that 40,000km was showing on the odometer at the time of cataloguing and we believe the car was delivered new to the KSA.

Representing the end of an era for the 911, the 993-generation is considered to be one of the most desirable variants of the model and has achieved exceptional collectable status not only for its place in Porsche history but for its overall reliability and usability. Whilst the high-horsepower models are often found preserved in collections, the slightly more pedestrian models were generally put into regular use by their first owners and consequently, two decades after production officially ended, finding a low-mileage and well-preserved Carrera S or 4S can be difficult. As such, this C4S warrants serious attention.

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Country of Registration: KSA

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2003 Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale

Lot # 102 (Sale Order: 3 of 68)      

One of the most focused and enjoyable driving experiences ever offered by the Italian marque.

  • The 360 Challenge Stradale – low production, track-day focused supercar. Only 5,000km from new

  • Fitted with a 3.6-litre V8 coupled to a 6-speed gearbox. 426bhp at 8500rpm and 190mph

  • More responsive throttle software, enhanced steering feedback and 95kg lighter

  • Delivered new to the UAE in left-hand drive and finished in Rosso with a white stripe and Nero interior

  • Excitingly offered at No Reserve

Commencing with the 348, Ferrari had started the first factory-backed, one-make race series for amateur and semi-professional racing drivers back in 1993, and the immensely successful Ferrari Challenge increased in popularity with the subsequent introduction of the F355 and 360 Modena. The latter first appeared on the grid in Challenge form in 2000, featuring a multitude of alterations making it eminently suitable for track use. Three years later, at the Geneva International Motor Show, Ferrari introduced the 360 Challenge Stradale, which in essence was a lightened version of the 360 Modena incorporating some of the racer's suspension and braking improvements. This was designed by Ferrari engineers with a 20% circuit use and 80% road use in mind. It was fitted with a 3.6-litre V8 engine generating 426bhp at 8500rpm which, when coupled to the 6-speed gearbox, resulted in a top speed of 190mph. 

Other improvements included more responsive throttle software, enhanced steering feedback, and a reduction in weight by as much as 95kg. The Challenge Stradale also got Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes as standard, shaving 16kg off the curb weight, improving handling and eliminating brake fade. However, the Challenge Stradale is no mere racer-for-the-road and remains sufficiently civilised for comfortable road use.

This left-hand drive 360 Challenge Stradale is showing only 5,000 on the odometer and is finished in the classic Ferrari combination of Rosso with a Nero interior. We are informed that this example was delivered new to the UAE and certainly looks to be in fantastic condition, as you would expect from such low mileage. Excitingly offered at No Reserve, these amazing cars are often cited by Ferraristas as one of the most focused and enjoyable driving experiences ever offered by the Italian marque.

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Country of Registration: UAE

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2006 Ford GT

Lot # 103 (Sale Order: 4 of 68)      

A simply superb example of the iconic, modern American supercar.

  • Assembled in Wixom, Michigan in January 2006 and finished in Mk IV Red Clearcoat

  • 550bhp, 5.4-litre, dual overhead camshaft, electronic fuel injection, supercharged, V8

  • Fitted with active safety belts, airbags, optional forged BBS wheels and racing stripes

  • US-supplied but now registered in the KSA. 2,316 miles with one documented service

  • This rare GT is worthy of a place in any collectors stable and should not be missed at today's guide

The Ford GT began life as a concept car designed in anticipation of the carmaker's centennial year and as part of its drive to showcase and revive its heritage models such as the Mustang and Thunderbird. At the 2002 North American International Auto Show, Ford unveiled a new GT40 concept car. Camilo Pardo, the then head of Ford's Living Legends studio, is credited as the chief designer of the GT and worked under the guidance of J Mays and Carroll Shelby, the original designer of the Shelby GT500, was brought in by Ford to help develop the GT including performance testing of the prototype.

The GT is similar in outward appearance to the original GT40 but is bigger, wider, and most importantly four in (100 mm) taller than the original's 40 in (100 cm) overall height; as a result, a potential name for the car was the GT44. Although the cars are visually related, structurally, there is no similarity between the modern GT and the 1960's GT40 that inspired it. Three pre-production cars were shown to the public in 2003 as part of Ford's centenary celebrations, and delivery of the production version, simply called the Ford GT, began in the Autumn of 2004.

The ultra-high performance Ford GT showcases the finest in advanced technologies, constructed on a lightweight aluminium chassis clothed in superplastic-formed lightweight composite and aluminium body panels. Powered by a mid-mounted, hand-built, supercharged quad-cam 550bhp V8 engine mated to a 6-speed manual transaxle and featuring racing-derived suspension and braking systems, the GT is hugely powerful and delivers astounding performance. It can accelerate from 0-60 in about 3.5 seconds, hurtling on to some 205mph before the speed limiter kicks in. When production ceased in 2006, with just over 4,000 Ford GTs produced, 101 were delivered new to Europe and only a handful to other markets, this epic Ford had made its mark on automotive history once again - and became an instant collector's car.

From its VIN number, we can tell that the car on offer today was assembled in Wixom, Michigan during January 2006. Fitted with active safety belts and driver and passenger airbags and was powered by a 5.4-litre, dual overhead camshaft, electronic fuel injection, supercharged, V8. It left the factory finished in Mk IV Red Clearcoat with a Centennial White stripe and an Ebony interior. The car was supplied new in the USA but is now registered in the KSA and has only covered 2,316 miles with one documented service. In simply stunning condition, this rare GT is worthy of a place in any collectors stable and should not be missed.

Given its inimitable heritage, prolific performance, stunning design, and the thrilling driving experience, the Ford GT is a very special creation that will undoubtedly be revered for many years to come.

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2012 Aston Martin DBS (Manual)

Lot # 104 (Sale Order: 5 of 68)      

An incredibly low mileage example of the very special DBS.

  • Looks fabulous in Stratus White with a Spicy Red interior

  • 510bhp, 6-litre, front-mounted V12. 0-60 in 4.3 seconds and 191mph

  • Desirable manual gearbox and only 900km from new

  • Delivered new to the UAE. Impeccably maintained and in pristine condition

  • An Aston Martin masterpiece that still looks fresh today

When Daniel Craig sauntered into the Casino Royale, Montenegro for his high-stakes poker game in the eponymous film of 2006, parked outside was his service issue Aston Martin DBS. Menacingly sleek and packing a punch, much like 007 himself, the DBS was to star in a record-breaking action sequence towards the end of the film and an exhilarating opening scene for Craig's second outing as Bond in Quantum of Solace. With a top speed of 191mph and a 0-60 time of 4.3 seconds, the DBS was the raffish younger bother to its rather sedate older sibling, the DB9, within the Aston family at the time. Although it was a relatively large car, weighing in at 1,680kg, it was in fact 65kg lighter than the DB9 thanks to the extensive use of carbon fibre for its bonnet, bumpers and numerous structural components. Even the cockpit had been on a diet using lighter weight semi-aniline interior leather and even the standard carpets were made of a lighter weight fibre. The centre console was changed with a cast metal surround, new graphics and turned aluminium heater knobs. Scissor-style doors formed from aluminium ensured that the DBS would make an impression wherever it arrived. Underneath, the DBS utilised a new adaptive suspension design that gave the car tenacious handling when pressing-on or, at the touch of a button, a cosseting ride for gentle cruising. Carbon-ceramic disc brakes ensured that it would come to a halt quickly and effortlessly. Complete street-credibility was ensured by the introduction of a polished sapphire ECU that was inserted into a slot in the starter button instead of a boring old key.

Powered by a 510bhp, 5.9-Litre, V12 engine the DBS is a seriously fast Aston and very impressive on the road particularly when fitted with the manual six-speed gearbox as is the car here. In left-hand drive and finished in Stratus White with a Spicy Red interior, the Aston was delivered new to the UAE in 2012 and currently lives in Dubai. Impeccably maintained and having covered only 900km this is a superb example of a very special car.

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Country of Registration: DUBAI

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2018 Fiat Abarth 695C Rivale

Lot # 105 (Sale Order: 6 of 68)      

Luxurious 1.4-litre Abarth inspired by the Riva 56 Rivale.

  • One of 175 limited-edition Abarth 695s inspired by the Riva 56 Rivale

  • Finished in two-tone Riva Sera Blue and Shark Grey with an aquamarine double stripe

  • Fabulous interior with Mahogany, Mediterranean Blue leather and carbon fibre

  • 1.4-litre, turbocharged, four-cylinder engine that produces 180bhp and184 lb.ft of torque

  • Akrapovic exhaust, Konis and four-piston Brembo brakes. Automatic gearbox

  • "The most sophisticated Abarth ever”

Founded in 1949, Abarth & C. S.p.A. is an Italian racing car and road car maker founded by Italo-Austrian Carlo Abarth and the company are now about to enter their eighth decade of doing all sorts of things to Fiats, particularly the little 500. Over the years Abarth has offered dozens of variations on the 500, always performance-focused, and more recently special edition models have included the Abarth 695 Biposto Record, the 595 Yamaha Factory Racing Edition and the 500 Track Experience, amongst others. None of them, however, can lay claim to the title of being the “most sophisticated Abarth ever.” That distinction, according to Abarth itself, now rests on the shoulders of the 695 Rivale Special Edition.

Developed specifically to celebrate the company’s close ties to yacht maker Riva, the 695 Rivale is the physical embodiment of the premium luxury that goes into the craft of building those sea vessels. Safe to say, that the “most sophisticated Abarth ever” title fits the 695 Rivale. It’s inundated with aesthetic features that shine a big spotlight on the nautical theme of the compact car. Inside and out, the 695 Rivale is decked to the brim with luxury, the kind you expect from any one of the yachts that Riva has built during its 175-year history. The Rivale 695 doesn’t pack any power or performance upgrades, but that’s an inconsequential omission when you compare it to the quantity and quality of cosmetic additions on offer.

The Rivale is finished in two-tone Riva Sera Blue and Shark Grey with an Aquamarine double stripe running the length of the car at waistline height. The door handles are in a satin chrome finish, as are the tailgate mouldings. Specific 695 Rivale badging can also be found on the tailgate and rear bumper of the car with the Riva-inspired side grilles and the new set of 17-inch Supersport alloys finishing off the exterior look. The same level of detail extends to the cabin with Abarth's attempt to generate a sense of nautical ambience much in evidence. The dashboard appears to be Riva-style solid Mahogany, the interior leather is in a shade of Mediterranean Blue and the use of carbon fibre on the interior also extends to the kick plates. 

The car is powered by a 1.4-litre, turbocharged, four-cylinder engine that produces 180bhp and 184lb.ft of torque, not huge numbers but, in a car this size, it's enough to accelerate the hatchback to 62mph in 6.7 seconds before peaking at a top speed of 140mph. An Akrapovic exhaust ensures it will no doubt be seriously aural, while Koni suspension and four-piston Brembo brakes will make for serious g-forces in all directions when driven hard. This particular car is optioned with the automatic gearbox.

Supplied new to the KSA, this 695C is one of only 175 convertibles (commemorating Riva's 175th anniversary) and is unused and offered with delivery mileage only.

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2015 Porsche 918 Spyder Weissach

Lot # 106 (Sale Order: 7 of 68)      

Signifying a pivotal turning point in the history of high-performance motorcars.

  • KSA delivered, with the important Weissach option ticked and just 2,500km indicated

  • Superbly presented in brilliant white complemented by a fabulous red leather interior

  • Powered by a naturally-aspirated 4.6-litre V8 and two electric motors producing 875bhp combined 

  • The Weissach pack reduces weight by 41kg and includes magnesium wheels, six-point harnesses and Motorsport-inspired aerodynamic aids

  • A technical masterpiece, the 918 Spyder rewrites the Supercar rule book with its incredible performance and grip, and ability to glide silently in EV mode 

Porsche have a track record of launching groundbreaking sports cars including the 959 and more recently the Carrera GT and, following in the footsteps of these two, Porsche introduced the production version of the 918 Spyder at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. Incorporating cutting-edge hybrid technologies with track-proven Motorsport engineering, the Porsche 918 Spyder would go on to rewrite the supercar rule book with blistering performance, handling and the ability to glide silently in EV mode.

The 918 Spyder is powered by a 4,593cc, naturally-aspirated V8 which delivers 599 bhp at 8,700 rpm and this is supplemented by two electric motors delivering an additional 282bhp. One 115 kW (154 hp) electric motor drives the rear wheels in parallel with the engine and also serves as the main generator. This motor and the engine deliver power to the rear axle via a 7-speed gearbox coupled to Porsche's own PDK double-clutch system. The front 95 kW (127 hp) electric motor directly drives the front axle and an electric clutch decouples the motor when not in use. The total system delivers 652 kW (874 hp). Porsche provided official performance figures of 0-100 kph (62mph) in 2.6 seconds, 0-200 km/h (120mph) in 7.2 seconds, 0-300kph (190mph) in 19.9 seconds with a top speed of 345 kph (214mph).

Just 25% of 918 Spyders were optioned with the Weissach package offering upgrades including magnesium wheels, contributing towards a total weight saving of 41Kg, and aero updates resulting in three seconds a lap less than the standard car's time around the Nordschleife. In September 2013, a 918 fitted with the Weissach package set a Nürburgring lap time of 6:57 reducing the previous record by 14 seconds and making it the first series-production, road-legal car to break the 7-minute barrier.

We are informed that this example was delivered new to the KSA in 2015 and, at the time of cataloguing, the odometer showed just 2,500km. The Spyder is finished in brilliant white complemented by a fabulous red leather interior and lots of carbon, both inside and out. A truly fabulous example of a significant, limited production, sports car that represents a pivotal turning point in the history of performance cars.

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2001 Lamborghini Diablo VT

Lot # 107 (Sale Order: 8 of 68)      

A manual gearbox car from the final year of production.

  • Lightly used and indicating just 13,000km at the time of cataloguing

  • Classic colour combination of Titanium Metallic with a Torpedo Nero interior

  • One of the last cars off the production line and one of 215 from 2001

  • Not for the faint-hearted with 550bhp through a manual transmission, a real drivers car

Built by Lamborghini between 1990 and 2001, the Diablo was the first Lamborghini capable of a top speed of over 200mph and its very successful production run lasted until 2001 when it was replaced by the Murciélago. Power was provided by a 48-valve version of the existing Lamborghini V12, which produced 492bhp, propelling the Diablo to a 207mph top speed and from 0-60mph in under four seconds. It was no surprise then that the Diablo was the fastest production car in the world during 1991. The Diablo VT (Viscous Traction) was introduced in 1993 and set a precedent for Lamborghini's four-wheel-drive supercar production. The VT was much more refined than the earlier two-wheel-drive version and had better air circulation within the passenger's compartment, power-steering, electronically adjustable Koni shock absorbers, a redesigned dashboard, larger air intakes and upgraded Brembo brakes. All of these improvements resulted in a far better driving experience with neutral handling and better reliability, whilst retaining truly awesome performance.

Presented here is a left-hand drive 2001 Diablo VT 6.0, built during the last year of the model’s production. It left Sant’Agata finished in a distinctive Titanium Silver with a Torpedo Nero interior and was delivered to the UAE. We are informed that, at the time of cataloguing, just 13,000km was indicated on the instrument cluster and consequently this Diablo presents in superb condition. A really lovely example and a great opportunity to acquire the final iteration of the legendary Diablo in a tasteful colour combination with very little use.

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Country of Registration: UAE

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2015 McLaren P1

Lot # 108 (Sale Order: 9 of 68)      

A low-mileage example of McLarens legendary 903bhp hypercar.

  • Finished in Volcano Yellow with a yellow leather and black Alcantara interior

  • 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 with a lightweight electric motor. Combined output 903bhp and 664lb.ft

  • 0-100kph (62mph) in 2.8 seconds, 0-200kph (124mph) in 6.8 seconds, 0-300kph (186mph) in 16.5 seconds

  • Dating from 2015, this fabulous P1 has covered just 1,965km and is in superb condition

With the MP4-12C, McLaren returned to the world stage as a road car manufacturer. It was logical that the company, famed for its Formula 1 success, would produce a flagship model to compete with the latest generation of hypercars from Ferrari and Porsche and the result was the extraordinary McLaren P1, the long-awaited successor to the F1.

Looking to build the ultimate driver’s platform utilising a hybrid powertrain, McLaren started out with a carbon fibre monocoque chassis, tipping the scales at just 90 kg. Carbon fibre was utilised for the body panels, creating the perfect harmony of weight savings and strength. McLaren’s fanatical attention to detail shines through with its weight-saving efforts; even the interior carpet was deemed needlessly excessive and removed entirely. Furthermore, McLaren chose to leave the carbon fibre in the cockpit unlacquered, saving another 1.5kg and the windscreen glass was redesigned to be only 3.2-mm thick and reinforced with a thick plastic interlayer that allowed McLaren to save 3.5kg over the same item fitted to the MP4-12C. In total, the P1 tips the scales at a dry weight of just 1,395kg.

The P1 is powered by a 3.8-litre, twin-turbocharged V-8 mated to an electric motor intended to fill the gaps in performance from the conventional petrol engine. This gives the McLaren a total output of 903 bhp (727bhp from the V-8 and 176bhp from the electric engine). Thanks to the car’s monstrous power output and unique aerodynamics, including adjustable front and rear wings providing as much as 600kg of downforce at 160 mph, performance is nothing short of electrifying. 100kph takes just 2.8 seconds, followed by 200kph in 6.8 seconds, onwards to 300 kph in 16.5 seconds (five full seconds faster than the venerable F1) and a top speed of 217mph (347kph). 

A high-density, lithium-ion battery pack powers the electric motor, which can be left to deploy automatically or selected by the driver, who thus has the options of using the petrol engine on its own, the electric motor on its own, or the two in combination. The battery can be charged by the engine or from the mains, with a full charge taking around two hours. As one would expect from a manufacturer that has been a mainstay of Formula 1 for the last 50 years, McLaren endowed the P1 with a number of competition-derived technologies in the form of IPAS (Instant Power Assist System), DRS (Drag Reduction System) and KERS (Kinetic Energy Recovery System). 

Offered here is a striking McLaren P1 finished in the same colour as the original launch car at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. Volcano Yellow is also the personal choice of motor aficionado Jay Leno for his collection. Virtually as new, this P1 has only covered 1,965km (1,365 miles) from new and is in perfect condition for a collector or enthusiast who wants an immaculate example of the car that re-wrote the book when it comes to everyday drivability in a hypercar.

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1998 Ferrari 550

Lot # 109 (Sale Order: 10 of 68)      

Real-world GT ability combined with timeless elegance.

  • 48-valve, 5.5-litre V12 developing 485bhp at 7,000rpm and a six-speed manual gearbox

  • Believed to have been subject to a full restoration and now showing 30,000 km on the odometer

  • Classic colour combination of Rosso Corsa with Beige hide piped in Rosso

  • A V12 at the front, perfect weight distribution, and a manual gearbox

  • Real-world GT ability combined with timeless elegance

Firmly placed in Ferrari's history as one of their finest big GTs, the 550 Maranello's combination of its stylish Pininfarina lines and front-mounted 12-cylinder engine meant this car had the potential to become an instant classic, following in the footsteps of its forebear, the 365 GTB/4 Daytona. With modern styling cues, a 5.5-litre V12 engine producing around 485bhp and a reported top speed of 199mph, the 550 Maranello was a serious motor car. A less frenetic power delivery, the six-speed manual box and excellent weight distribution were all factors in the 550 becoming the perfect Grand Tourer. 

Offered here is a 1998, left-hand drive, Ferrari 550 Maranello supplied new in Rosso with beige interior. We understand that it has been subject to a full restoration at some stage and now showing a, believed genuine, 30,000km on the odometer, this front-engined V12 manual Ferrari is the ultimate Grand Tourer. 

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Country of Registration: UAE

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2014 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black Series

Lot # 110 (Sale Order: 11 of 68)      

The ultimate version of the modern Gullwing, in virtually unused condition.

  • To be considered as new, just delivery use to date, beautifully preserved modern classic 

  • The ultimate version of the SLS, reworked by AMG for greater performance and a more driver-focused experience

  • Rare colour combination, one of the very few to be finished in Mars Red with a black interior with red accents

  • An opportunity not to be overlooked by a collector searching for elite examples of iconic cars    

Jaguar E-Type fans will undoubtedly disagree but perhaps the most recognisable sports car of the 1950's was the classic Mercedes 300SL Gullwing. With its dramatic doors, this was the ultimate supercar of its time whose very mention evokes memories of Grace Kelly and grainy black and white racing footage. It was the embodiment of half a century of Mercedes Motorsport pedigree and pleasingly, became the inspiration for a modern interpretation - the brand's equally desirable SLS AMG model, launched in 2010.

The successor to the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren, the SLS AMG was the first automobile designed and built from scratch entirely by AMG and had a limited production run from 2010 - 2015. Introduced at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, AMG described the M159 563bhp engine as "The world's most powerful naturally aspirated production series engine ever".

From 2013 to 2015, customers could order the high-performance variant of the SLS named SLS AMG Black Series. Notable changes over the SLS AMG included increased engine power to 631 bhp along with a higher rev limit of 8,000rpm, fully revised high-speed valve train with modified camshafts, adapted cam geometry and optimised bucket tappets with a special coating normally used on racing engines. The Black Series is also 70kg lighter than the standard model as a result of the increased use of carbon fibre in the body panels, mechanical components, and the space frame. The combination of less weight and more power resulted in claimed performance figures of 0-97kph in just 3.2 seconds.

This, left-hand drive, SLS AMG Black Series, we are informed, was delivered new to the UAE and is on offer with just delivery use to date, and as such can be considered in as new condition. Beautifully finished with Mars Red paintwork and a black interior with matching red accents. This is a superb example of a modern classic sports car and would make a great addition to any car collection.

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2013 Pagani Huayra Coupe

Lot # 111 (Sale Order: 12 of 68)      

Currently registered in the KSA with just 700km from new.

  • Number 5 of only 100 Huayra Coupes produced

  • Limited ‘White Edition’ with a white and black carbon fibre exterior, white and black interior and aluminium wheels

  • 720bhp, 5,980cc Mercedes-AMG V-12 engine with twin turbochargers, 7-speed automated manual transmission

  • Currently registered in the KSA it has covered just 700km from new

Unveiling their first car at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show, Pagani Automobili was set to fight an uphill battle in the automotive industry for recognition, publicity, and, most of all, success. Taking it to the supercar establishment, Horacio Pagani set out to build his own supercar in Ferrari’s backyard in Modena. Thanks to a fruitful career at Lamborghini, Pagani had the experience and drive needed to succeed, and his first production model, the Zonda, quickly proved to be reasonably successful in Europe. However, the Zonda was not available in North America, and consequently, Pagani was missing out on a massive market share. This was especially true in the United States, where potential customers were clamouring for a supercar that stood out from the standard offerings from the likes of Ferrari, Lamborghini, and McLaren. In order to bring their company to the next level and grow their business, the next Pagani needed to be road-legal in the US.

The next project was actually first conceived in 2003, only halfway through the production run of the Zonda. With the Zonda having been first designed in the early 1990's, it was assumed that the platform was reaching obsolescence and that an entirely new car would be needed to compete with the next generation of supercars. However, Pagani wanted to retain the overall spirit and essence of what had come to define his marque and, for the new Huayra, he continued to be inspired by Leonardo da Vinci, who believed that art and science needed to be in sync to create a masterpiece.

Similarly to the Zonda, the Huayra’s engine was sourced from Mercedes-Benz but, unlike the Zonda, Pagani chose to utilise turbochargers. Capable of producing 720bhp and an incredible 1,000 Newton-meters of torque, the resulting performance is simply phenomenal. To help keep the Huayra firmly planted on the road, it utilises active aerodynamics in the form of four independently-operating flaps placed one at each corner of the car. Controlled by the car’s computer, these flaps can instantly adjust to reduce drag, offer additional downforce, or reduce body roll depending on the car’s speed, lateral acceleration, steering angle, and throttle position. All of these innovative engineering efforts contributed to the car's incredible performance, with a top speed of 238mph and 0–62mph (0-100kph) in 3.0 seconds.

The Huayra’s interior is nothing short of a masterpiece and reflects Pagani’s fanatical attention to detail. The leather is of the highest quality, and Alcantara and carbon fibre combine to produce a luxurious cabin with a really sporty feel. Fully customisable by the customer, the Huayra offered all the amenities one would expect in a modern-day supercar with a fit and finish that is second to none. With a list price that was not far off $2,000,000 in the US and such incredible performance, the Huayra was truly in a rarified automotive atmosphere and was a car that many aspired to but few had the privilege to own.

In left-hand drive and currently registered in the KSA, this amazing car has covered just 700km from new.

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1978 Rolls-Royce Corniche Coupe

Lot # 112 (Sale Order: 13 of 68)      

A lovely example of the post-facelift Corniche in Seychelles Blue.

  • 6.75-Litre, V8 coupled to a 3-speed automatic box ensuring smooth progress

  • 1978 post-facelift Coupe with the 237bhp L410I power unit and Bosch KE/K-Jetronic fuel injection

  • Finished in Seychelles Blue with a black Everflex roof and a navy blue interior

  • We understand that the car has been fully restored and is currently indicating 7,000km

When Rolls-Royce launched the Corniche in 1971, the international jet set began to clamour for attention at the dealerships. With waiting lists measured in years, these fashionable vehicles changed hands at vast premiums over list price and one can imagine the hushed negotiations over the green baize of the gaming tables of Mayfair. The Corniche saw Rolls-Royce, for the first time, dispense with the need for a chauffeur and was the first model to offer the new generation of owner-drivers, a rev counter. The Coupe by Mulliner Park Ward wafted to 60mph in 9.8 seconds, powered by the whisper-quiet 6.75-litre V8 engine and it is widely regarded that the success of the Corniche, at a difficult time financially, saved Rolls-Royce for future generations.

Six years into its life-cycle, the Corniche received a mild makeover in the spring of 1977 including new rack-and-pinion steering, alloy and rubber bumpers, an aluminium radiator, oil cooler and bi-level air conditioning. Later that year, an upgraded engine (L410I) was fitted utilising Bosch KE/K-Jetronic fuel injection which increased output to 237bhp at 4,000rpm  extending the top speed to 118mph.

Built in 1978, this particular Corniche Coupe was optioned in left-hand drive, finished in Seychelles Blue with a black Everflex roof and a navy blue interior, it was delivered new to the KSA. Since new, it has remained and is still registered in the KSA. We understand that the car has been fully restored and is currently indicating 7,000km.

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2018 Italdesign Zerouno

Lot # 113 (Sale Order: 14 of 68)      

Number 5 of only 5 combining decades of Turinese automotive flair with state-of-the-art Supercar design.

  • The fifth and final Zerouno Coupe built and offered from single ownership

  • Presented in virtually as-new condition and never road registered

  • Powered by a 610bhp, 5.2-litre, naturally-aspirated V-10 engine mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox with drive to all four wheels

  • Soft-sheen stealth matte paintwork unique to this car

  • Perhaps the most aerodynamically advanced road car ever

  • A contemporary coachbuilt supercar combining Italian passion with quality engineering

Founded by the legendary Giorgetto Giugiaro in 1968, Italdesign has produced some of the most interesting automotive designs over the last 50 years. A true contemporary coachbuilder, they have built a reputation for combining innovative technical solutions with a gorgeous design and over the years, has carried out prototyping and pre-series assembly for some of the world’s major manufacturers. With such diverse abilities and vast experience in the sector, it was inevitable that the company would eventually try its hand at building its own bespoke supercar.

Unveiled to the world during the 87th Geneva International Motor Show in 2017, the Zerouno (Zero One) was the first creation by the new brand Italdesign Automobili Speciali. Intended for collectors and visionary enthusiasts, only five were built combining racing car features and performance alongside type-approval for use on normal roads. Developed around a modular chassis in carbon fibre and aluminium, Itadesign's new baby was very impressive.

The Zerouno’s bodywork was developed at Italdesign’s advanced Virtual Reality Centre, which enabled the firm to conduct virtual aero testing prior to building the various components in real life. They explain that the upper portion of the car is modelled after the “Italian Gran Turismo tradition,” whilst the lower half is shaped by the demands of aerodynamics. Regardless, it’s more than obvious that the pointed front end was inspired by single-seat race cars (Formula 1 in particular). 

Front end lift from that central intake was eliminated thanks to something Italdesign is calling the “Y Duct,” whereby air is routed through the intake and split through a Y-shaped divider under the skin, eventually making its way out through vents placed just ahead of the windshield, generating significant downforce as a result. There are also heat extractors that cool the brakes via vents in the wings, plus further aerofoils at the front end that create even more downforce. At the rear, there are further downforce generators, with a new, large wing, plus a diffuser element. Cooling is enhanced thanks to new rear fins and wing vents.

Powered by a 5.2-litre, naturally-aspirated V-10 engine mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox, the engine produces 610 bhp and 560 Nm of torque at 6,500rpm, with drive to all four wheels. The company quotes a 0–100 kph time of just 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 330 kph.

Each of the five made-to-order examples was finished to suit the owner’s requirements: from the choice of materials to the development of a bespoke paint colour code, everything could be tailored to an individual’s wishes. The first owner of this particular car was certainly no stranger to bespoke supercars as he already owned a sizeable private collection regularly showcasing many of the finest supercars and race cars. He was lucky enough to purchase the fifth and final example of the Zerouno and specified a number of unique options.

Finished in soft sheen Black Matte with Red, Green and White stripes running the full length, the most insanely gorgeous wheels you have ever seen, and enough aerodynamic aids to make a Mercedes F1 feel short-changed, this is a very desirable, superbly built supercar and an absolute triumph for Italdesign.

Having only accumulated testing and delivery mileage, this example has never been registered for road use and is presented here today in virtually ‘as-new’ condition. Its new owner will surely enjoy a fantastic opportunity to own a unique example of a contemporary coachbuilt supercar. This Zerouno would be an exciting addition to any collection of modern supercars as it is a unique blend of distinctive styling and engineering thanks to decades of Turinese automotive knowledge.

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2014 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black Series

Lot # 114 (Sale Order: 15 of 68)      

As new, AMG-enhanced powerhouse that's becoming increasingly desirable.

  • Left-hand drive from 2014 but delivery miles only and can be considered as new

  • Dramatically presented in Solarbeam Yellow with a matching interior 

  • The Black Series has a 6.2-litre, naturally-aspirated V8 sending 631bhp to the rear wheels 

  • Redesigned intake ducting, valvetrain, new camshafts and a 7-speed, dual-clutch transmission 

  • A highly desirable modern classic, nothing beats an AMG V8 and Gullwing doors  

Jaguar E-Type fans will undoubtedly disagree but perhaps the most recognisable sports car of the 1950's was the classic Mercedes 300SL Gullwing. With its dramatic doors, this was the ultimate supercar of its time whose very mention evokes memories of Grace Kelly and grainy black and white racing footage. It was the embodiment of half a century of Mercedes Motorsport pedigree and pleasingly, became the inspiration for a modern interpretation - the brand's equally desirable SLS AMG model, launched in 2010.

The successor to the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren, the SLS AMG was the first automobile designed and built from scratch entirely by AMG and had a limited production run from 2010-2015. Introduced at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, AMG described the M159 563 hp engine as "the world's most powerful naturally aspirated production series engine ever".

From 2013 to 2015, customers could order the high-performance variant of the SLS named SLS AMG Black Series. Notable changes over the SLS AMG included increased engine power to 631bhp along with a higher rev limit of 8,000rpm, fully revised high-speed valve train with modified camshafts, adapted cam geometry and optimised bucket tappets with a special coating normally used on racing engines. The Black Series is also 70kg lighter than the standard model as a result of the increased use of carbon fibre in the body panels, mechanical components, and the space frame. The combination of less weight and more power resulted in claimed performance figures of 0-97 kph in just 3.2 seconds.

This, left-hand drive, SLS AMG Black Series has only delivery use and as such can be regarded as being in as new condition. We are informed that this example was delivered new to the UAE, finished in a striking combination of Solarbeam Yellow with a matching interior. This is a good opportunity to acquire the performance edition of a modern classic icon that is becoming increasingly sought after.

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2009 McLaren Mercedes SLR 722S Roadster

Lot # 115 (Sale Order: 16 of 68)      

1 of 150, this left-hand drive 722S has covered just 2,000km from new.

•    A nod to Stirling Moss’ 1955 Mille Miglia-winning 300 SLR, which famously wore number 722•    Featuring numerous upgrades, the 722 Edition was released by McLaren in 2008•    Carbon-ceramic discs, lighter 19" wheels, larger front splitter and a revised rear diffuser•    Fitted with a 650bhp version of the supercharged 5.4-litre V8. 0-60mph in 3.6 seconds•    One of 150, this left-hand drive 722S has covered just 2,000 km from new •    One of very few finished in white with a semi-aniline black leather interior

Manufactured between 2003 and 2010, their new supercar allowed Mercedes-Benz and its then Formula 1 partner, McLaren, to showcase their collective experience in the development, construction and production of high-performance sports cars and, just like its legendary 300 SLR predecessor of 1955, it incorporated technological developments that were ahead of their time. As it was supremely engineered and built to incredible standards at McLaren's facilities in Woking, it boasted a very high level of fit and finish, absolutely appropriate for any car wearing a Mercedes-Benz badge.

In a nod to Stirling Moss’ 300 SLR, which wore #722 and won the 1955 Mille Miglia in record time, McLaren released the 722 Edition, which was introduced in 2008 as an upgraded version of the already excellent model. Its horsepower was raised to 650, and as a result, the car’s 0–60-mph time was improved to 3.6 seconds. Larger carbon-ceramic disc brakes were fitted with lighter 19-inch wheels and the nose received an all-new diffuser and air splitter to improve downforce, as well as a modified front spoiler. One year later, the SLR 722S was released, further amplifying the intensity of the most powerful SLR produced by lowering the chassis by 10 mm and adding special 19 inch wheels. Both Coupe and Roadster versions of the SLR 722 and 722S were produced, providing owners with an open-top option.

This left-hand drive, 722 S Roadster was delivered new to the UAE and has only covered 2,000 km from new. It's one of only 150 722S Roadsters ever produced and one of only a handful finished in white with a semi-aniline black leather interior. This really is a fantastic opportunity to acquire a very special car that delivers both in terms of value and collectability.

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2009 Bugatti Veyron Mansory Carbon Body

Lot # 116 (Sale Order: 17 of 68)      

Vincerò! Vincerò!An artwork on four wheels.

  • Very special Mansory Linea Vincero Edition

  • “Vincerò! Vincerò! - I will win“ (Nessun Dorma). The ultimate celebration of elegance and style

  • Subject to a full carbon body and custom interior programme

  • Just 2,500km from new and registered in the UAE

British luxury cars and their special style have always been the passion of Kourosh Mansory, the owner and namesake of MANSORY. This enthusiasm resulted in him spending many years in England and endorsing automobile values such as tradition, craftsmanship and well-engineered technology. So when his company was founded in 1989, special attention was naturally given to the brands Rolls Royce, Bentley, Aston Martin and Ferrari. In mid-2001, the company moved from Munich to Fichtelgebirge and, at its new location in Bayreuth, the skilled team produces high-end tuning in all disciplines of individual automobile manufacturing. By taking over the business division of Porsche-Tuning from Swiss Rinspeed AG in November 2007, MANSORY additionally extended its product portfolio. The main focus is developing and selling a tuning and accessory programme for Porsche, BMW and Range Rovers on an international basis.

Production on the highest technical level combined with masterful craftsmanship and most precious materials, this is the quality standard of the Mansory corporation. Harmonically designed aerodynamics programmes, ultra-light aluminium rims and powerful engine performance enhancements are the foundation of the Mansory technology programme. High-quality accessories and stylish interior fittings complete the assortment.

Offered here is a Mansory Linea Vincero Veyron with a full carbon body and custom interior programme which is described by just three words; Dynamics. Elegance. Artistry. Custom stitched white leather, carbon dash and individual gear knob and steering wheel. To match the perfect experience, the exterior is finalised by striking fully-forged turbine-design wheels embossed with the word 'Vincero'.

Having covered just 2,500km from new this individual Mansory Veyron stands, head and shoulders, above others and it is extremely rare to find one offered for sale.

To fully appreciate the Mansory craftsmanship please view their videos here;

https://www.mansory.com/about-us

 

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2010 Ferrari 599 GTZ Zagato Nibbio Spyder

Lot # 117 (Sale Order: 18 of 68)      

Absolutely exclusive, Ferrari's 599GTB exquisitely dressed by the House of Zagato.

  • The Nibbio was Zagato's take on how a 599 GTB should look 

  • Only nine were built of which only two were Spyders

  • Striking design incorporating all the usual Zagato styling cues

  • The donor car was a 2010 599 GTB that had covered just 10,477km

  • Since the conversion, the car has remained on display and has not been used 

In 2004, Ferrari entered a new era in styling with the mid-engined F430 and followed that success with the front-engined 599GTB in 2006. Dramatic, aggressive and beautiful, the 599’s styling was some of the most harmonious in a front-engined Ferrari since the Daytona, redefining the ideal with a sharply defined shape and organically sculpted details. The cabin’s pronounced rearward placement allowed the 599 GTB’s naturally aspirated, fuel-injected 6.0-litre/611bhp V-12 to be positioned far back in the car’s chassis, resulting in excellent front-rear balance. The optional F1-Superfast 6-speed transmission was designed to change gear in as little as 100 milliseconds, approaching actual F1 levels meaning that the 599 GTB could launch from 0 to 60 MPH in 3.7 seconds and continue accelerating hard up to 205 MPH. Like the Maranello that preceded it, the 599 GTB’s electronically controlled adjustable suspension could be programmed for various driving conditions, but response time was increased almost fourfold with the switch from electric motors to magnetorheological shock absorbers. The 599’s interior was voluptuously sculpted and a wonderful blend of leather and carbon fibre with seats that were clearly inspired by those of the Daytona.

However, there is always someone who wants something just that bit different and, in 2007, the legendary Italian coachbuilders Zagato were asked to create something special from a customer’s Ferrari 599GTB. The customer wanted something that was distinctive yet obviously Zagato and, some months later, the 599 GTZ Nibbio was unveiled. It was the latest in a long, fine, often wild line of creations from a company that had been modifying cars for nearly 100 years and managed to include all their regular styling cues, the bulbous nose, wide grille, powerful haunches and the signature “double-bubble” — a long-established Zagato calling card. It is difficult to see any elements of the 599’s design remaining in the Nibbio. The front of the car bears a resemblance to those iconic Ferrari racing cars of the early Fifties with its large egg-crate grille and air intakes where the headlights of the older cars would have been but the rear is absolutely unique and definitely opinion-dividing. However, it obviously found favour and Zagato ended up building a total of nine Nibbios, two of which were Spyders.

The name Nibbio refers to a type of Kite found in Italy and, while it seems unusual to call a car of this nature after a bird of prey, it all becomes clear when you look at the definition of Nibbio in an Italian dictionary and it reads; “Beautiful, extremely fast and very agile with a distinctive tail.”

Dating from 2010, this 599 GTB had covered a mere 10,477km when it was sent to Zagato to be converted to a Nibbio. Finished in sparkling white with a fabulous interior, it's one of only two Nibbio Spyders and has not been used since the conversion.

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***Regretfully Withdrawn*** 2005 Gemballa Mirage GT

Lot # 118 (Sale Order: 19 of 68)      

Gemballa's amazing interpretation of Porsche's legendary 980 Carrera GT.

  • Gemballa GmbH has been creating very special Porsches for nearly 40 years

  • The Mirage GT is their take on the Porsche Carrera GT (980) and includes an aerodynamic body kit, roof scoop, bespoke interior, split-rim wheels and an extra 40bhp

  • Naturally-aspirated V10 (661bhp and 465lb-ft of torque) and a 6-speed manual gearbox

  • This is number 25/25 and is based on a 2005 Carrera GT that has covered 710 km from new

  • Sportclassic Grey with Lemon Yellow detailing. Bespoke Leather, Alcantara and Carbon Fibre interior

  • Air conditioning, Xenons, ABS, ESP, cruise control and parking sensors 

You might think that a car discontinued some 13 years ago would not be of interest to tuners anymore, but the Carrera GT is no ordinary car. Porsche built 1,270 examples of its naturally aspirated masterpiece, with the final example rolling off the assembly line at the factory in Leipzig, Germany back in May 2006. Years later, owners of the 918 Spyder's predecessor are still handing over their cars to aftermarket specialists to upgrade what, some refer to as, the very last analogue supercar.

Stuggart-based Gemballa GmbH has been tuning and creating dramatic Porsches for nearly 40 years now so it's only natural that they would turn their attention to the Carrera GT and the Mirage GT was the result. The idea was to build 25 of these Carrera GT developments and 25 customers were duly persuaded to bring along their beloved Carrera GTs and a substantial quantity of Euros to become the owner of a new Mirage GT.

Naturally, with a project of this nature, a significant amount of the final specification is dependent on the customers' preferences and in this case, number 25/25, no expense appears to have been spared. Gemballa has been somewhat discreet about the 1,000 hours of work that went into Number 25 other than saying it now offers a "dream combination of carbon fibre, leather, and Alcantara".  An important upgrade, however, is in the engine bay where the 5.7-litre engine has been massaged to deliver 661 horsepower or a healthy 58bhp over the standard model. Torque has also been bumped from the original 435 pound-feet (590 Newton-meters) to 465 lb-ft (630 Nm). The power gains might not be all that impressive, but let’s keep in mind that we’re dealing with an engine lacking forced induction. Gemballa generated the extra power after installing a custom air intake, a new stainless steel exhaust system, and catalytic converters. They’ve also remapped the ECU of Porsche’s glorious high-revving V10 engine. With the updates in place, the Mirage GT arrives at 62 mph (100 kph) from a standstill in only 3.7 seconds or two-tenths of a second quicker than the standard car. Top speed exceeds 208 mph (335 kph) or a little bit higher than Porsche’s quoted 205 mph (330 kph) – not too shabby for a supercar launched in 2003.

The interior has also been subjected to a few changes, with this particular car’s owner deciding to go with Alcantara for nearly all of the visible surfaces. There’s also generous use of carbon fibre, along with contrasting Lemon Yellow stitching and a modified rev counter with the same vibrant hue shared with the gear shift pattern on the centre console and the seat belts. The yellow accents are also much in evidence on the outside where the brake calipers are finished in the same shade, much like the Mirage GT lettering, the headlights, and the engine cover.

Needless to say, the most visible change is represented by the more aggressive body kit encompassing a massive fixed rear wing replacing the standard retractable spoiler. Other modifications worth mentioning include the front spoiler lip, roof scoop, beefy side skirts, and the quad exhausts further denoting that this isn’t your plain Carrera GT.

Dating originally from 2005, number 25/25 is left-hand drive and is finished in what appears to be a lovely shade of Porsche 'Sportclassic Grey' with those Lemon Yellow touches and presents superbly. We understand that it has only covered 710km and is fitted with air conditioning, Xenons, ABS, ESP, cruise control and parking sensors.

Absolutely remarkable and you won't see another one. 

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***Regretfully Withdrawn***2012 Lexus LFA

Lot # 119 (Sale Order: 20 of 68)      

An immaculate example of these exceptional Japanese sports cars and must-have for any supercar collection.

  • Lexus engineering extravaganza with a V10 engine and 553bhp

  • Finished in Whitest White with an amazing black and tan interior

  • Effectively brand new with delivery mileage only

  • Perfect weight distribution with a 48/52 split

  • A fabulous aural experience, one of the best engine ‘soundtracks’ ever

With its radical styling, unique supercar approach, and howling V-10 engine, the LFA exudes automotive awe from every external orifice. Utilising Lexus-developed carbon fibre reinforced plastic, otherwise known as CFRP, the LFA has a kerb weight of just over 1,480kg. Despite being front-engined, the design achieves a near-perfect weight distribution of 48:52 and the liberal use of high-end materials such as aluminium, magnesium, titanium alloys, and carbon fibre make for a unique driving experience. And that ultimate driving experience is further defined by the LFA’s drivetrain as nestled up in front lives a Yamaha-developed 4.8-litre V-10 engine producing 553bhp at 9,000 rpm and 354 foot-pounds of torque at 6,800 rpm. In the world of modern-day supercars, V-10 engines are popular, however, the LFA is set apart by its astonishing power delivery and pure automotive harmony. Intelligent, variable-valve timing along with titanium valves and connecting rods allow the V-10 to rev from idle to a screaming 9,000rpm in just six-tenths of a second. The engine revs so quickly that Lexus had to fit a digital tachometer instead of a traditional analogue gauge. This technological marvel of an engine is mated to an Aisin SA6 six-speed automated single-clutch, sequential transmission that can shift between gears in less than two-tenths of a second.

This gleaming example (468 of 500) is finished in Whitest White (079) and has only covered a handful of delivery miles since being delivered new to the KSA. Predominantly Saddle Tan, the car's interior is state of the art and incorporates carbon fibre, leather, Alcantara, and metallic surfaces. The LFA's unique aural footprint is enhanced by the two octaves of engine sound that are channelled into the cabin through twin ducts which connect the firewall with the intake manifold, with the subsequent sound tuned in the manner of an acoustic guitar.

The LFA's huge development costs meant that Lexus lost money on every one of the 500 cars that they produced, a fate which is unlikely to befall the next owner of this rare, delivery miles LFA.

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2019 Aston Martin Rapide AMR

Lot # 120 (Sale Order: 21 of 68)      

Aston Martin Racing has sprinkled some magic on the awesome four-door Rapide.

  • One of 210 four-door, four-seat Rapides developed by Aston Martin Racing

  • Uniquely finished in Topaz Chrome 2. With a black leather, Alcantara and carbon interior

  • 5.9-litre naturally-aspirated V-12 upgraded to Vantage GT12 spec (590bhp)

  • Originally built to left-hand drive, US-specification with some bespoke options but now in the KSA

  • Only a few months old, 288km from new and absolutely immaculate

Aston Martin has sprinkled a little of its AMR racing-division magic on its elegant Rapide four-door coupe, as evidenced by the recent unveiling of its new, special-edition 2019 Rapide AMR. Developed with the help of Aston Martin Racing, the car sticks closely to the Rapide AMR Concept showcased at last year’s Geneva Motor Show, which may be why Aston labels this new production version its “most extreme four-door” ever.

Whereas the standard Rapide S is a masterpiece of refined elegance, this AMR version throws subtlety out the window with its track-focused persona. Bold exterior changes include a new vented carbon-fibre bonnet, carbon-fibre splitter, wide side sills, rear diffuser, and carbon-edged boot-lid spoiler. The dynamic front design is also distinguished by the addition of a glossy black mesh grille insert and bold circular daytime running lights borrowed from the Vanquish Zagato.

Thankfully, there is considerable substance to complement this racy style. Under that carbon bonnet, the Rapide’s 5.9-litre naturally aspirated V-12 gets upgraded to Vantage GT12 specification. That means an additional 35bhp, raising the output to 590bhp which, according to Aston, results in a 0-to-100kph in 4.2 seconds and a 329kph top speed.

To ensure the Rapide AMR stops as effectively as it goes, it’s fitted with huge new carbon-ceramic rotors - a first for the Rapide - clamped by six-piston calipers up front and four at the rear. Another first for the Rapide is the addition of standard 53cm forged alloy wheels at each corner, wrapped in ultra-high-performance Michelin Pilot Super Sport rubber.

The interior also gets a race-inspired treatment, with heavily bolstered sports seats trimmed in leather with grippy micro suede inserts and a new carbon-fibre centre console. Included in the options list is the same steering wheel design featured in Aston’s One-77 supercar. The car was offered in five colour schemes; Mariana Blue, Scintilla Silver, Lightning Silver, Onyx Black, or Stirling Green, with a choice of Lime Green, China Grey, or Club Sport White for stripes and accents. However, this 2019 AMR Rapide has been uniquely finished in Aston Martin Topaz Chrome 2 with a black leather, Alcantara and carbon interior amongst a number of other bespoke options.

This is one of only 210 examples of the Rapide AMR and, although only a few months old, this is a well-travelled Aston having been assembled in Warwickshire, shipped to the United States and then Canada before heading to Saudi Arabia. Despite this globe-trotting, the odometer (which was converted in Canada to kilometres from miles) only reads 288km from new.

The Rapide AMR is the last hurrah for Aston's 6.0-litre, naturally aspirated V12 engine and for the petrol-powered Rapide, however, with the legendary VH platform, smoothly weighted steering, extra body control and 590bhp, it looks like they saved the best till last.

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Country of Registration: CANADA

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2017 Pagani Zonda Riviera

Lot # 121 (Sale Order: 22 of 68)      

Automotive art at its finest. Unique and simply stunning. One of One

  • Based on a Zonda F and recreated by the factory as a one-off Riviera

  • The AMG 7.3 L M297 V12 has been developed to produce 750bhp

  • Unique upgrades include new carbon fibre body panels, roof scoop, carbon fibre rear wing, carbon-black wheels and carbon fibre front canards

  • Finished in sparkling white with navy blue carbon fibre and bright blue accents

  • Fabulous interior with brilliant blue leather bucket seats with matching door panels, navy blue aluminium, navy Alcantara, navy carbon fibre and dark blue leather

  • KSA registered, less than 900km and the only one in the world

Horacio Pagani was no newcomer to the world of automotive engineering when he built the first Zonda in 1999, for the Argentine-born industrial design graduate had been working with Lamborghini since the mid-1980's, developing the Countach and Diablo road cars and assisting with the Italian manufacturer's Formula 1 engine programme. The Zonda C12 debuted in Coupe form at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show, its maker freely acknowledging that its styling had been inspired by the Mercedes-Benz Group C Silver Arrow sports-racers. Mercedes-Benz's influence was more than just skin deep, for the German firm's AMG performance division was responsible for the Zonda's 6.0-litre V12 engine, which was mounted longitudinally amidships in the predominantly carbon fibre body tub. With some 408 horsepower on tap, the C12 was always going to be quick, but performance figures of 0-60mph in 4.2 seconds and 0-100mph in 8.2 seconds were simply staggering plus, of course, that all-important 200mph (or thereabouts) top speed. Seemingly small from the outside, yet endowed with a comfortable cabin, the C12 provided the basis for a host of derivatives, which emerged from Pagani's factory at San Cesario Sul Panaro near Modena, in strictly limited numbers over the next 11 years. After only a handful of 6.0-litre C12s had been built, the model was joined by the 7.0-litre C12 S in 2001. Maximum power increased to 542bhp with a commensurate increase in all-round performance, the 0-60mph time dipping below 4 seconds and, as if that wasn't enough, a 7.3-litre, 555bhp version followed in 2002. Traction control became standard equipment on a Pagani for the first time with the 7.3's introduction

Subsequent variations on the C12 theme include the Zonda GR sports-racer, C12 S Monza track-day car, C12 F and C12 Roadster F, Zonda R track car, Zonda Cinque and Cinque Roadster, Zonda Tricolore and various one-offs for wealthy clients.

This, one-off Zonda Riviera is another addition to the 760 Series and is based on a Zonda F. As has become a regular practice, owners of earlier models return their cars to the factory to be upgraded and, in this case, Pagani offered him the opportunity to create a one-off, totally bespoke 760 Series. Upgrades include new carbon fibre body panels, a roof scoop, a carbon fibre rear wing, carbon-black wheels and carbon fibre front canards on the exterior. The interior is fitted with bespoke brilliant blue leather bucket seats with matching door panels, a flat-bottomed Alcantara-covered steering wheel and an interior design mix of navy blue aluminium, navy Alcantara, navy carbon fibre and dark blue leather. Absolutely stunning. However, the most significant upgrade is to the AMG 7.3-litre M297 V12 engine which was massaged to 760PS (750bhp) helped by a brand new exhaust system making the car sound even better than it did before. The Riviera’s exterior styling is inspired by the blue and white Sunseeker and Ferreti packed marinas of the Côte d'Azur and naturally is in brilliant white with navy blue carbon fibre and bright blue accents. The car is Saudi registered and has covered less than 900km.

This amazing Zonda is one of the best looking and most desirable we have ever seen. It's unique in the proper sense of the word, one of one, the only one in the world.

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Country of Registration: KSA

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2017 Ferrari F12 70th Anniversary (599 GTO inspiration)

Lot # 122 (Sale Order: 23 of 68)      

A unique F12 in Anniversary Livery number 66 with delivery mileage only.

  • A new F12 with delivery miles only and finished in Anniversary Livery #66

  • #66 'Driving Emotion' was inspired by the 2010 Ferrari 599GTO

  • Monumental 730bhp from the 6,262cc V12 front-mounted engine

  • A masterpiece of lightweight design (1525 kgs). 0-60 in 3 seconds and 211mph

  • Left-hand drive and delivered new to KSA with delivery miles only

The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta was Ferrari’s replacement for the 599 GTB and the company was keen to ensure that not only was it considerably quicker than its seminal predecessor, but also more enjoyable at low speeds. Those aims were broadly achieved and the F12 is both a GT and a supercar, mixing front-engined packaging and civility with exotic, F1-inspired dynamic ability. 

The engine is similar in size to the Ferrari FF's but significantly re-engineered to produce more power, rev higher and offer a much quicker throttle response. It produces an almost unbelievable 730bhp at 8250rpm (it revs to 8700rpm) and 509lb-ft at 6000rpm.  All that power is smoothly transmitted to the 315-section rear tyres through a 7-speed dual-clutch transaxle and Ferrari’s clever E-Diff.  The results are startling: 0-62mph in 3.1-seconds, 0-124mph in 8.5-seconds and a top speed of over 211mph. Those acceleration figures put it ahead of a McLaren F1 and around Fiorano, it’s faster than an Enzo or even the ultra-extreme 599 GTO.  

The F12 also benefits from the latest evolution of Ferrari’s adaptive magnetorheological dampers (SCM-E), which react much more quickly, improved carbon-ceramic brakes and, as ever, the relentless evolution of the many traction and stability systems sees huge gains in control and speed.  Then there’s the famous aero-bridge – ducts set into the front wings – which reduce drag and improve downforce, plus active brake cooling ducts that only open when the discs are getting really hot, to reduce drag. The list of technical highlights is almost endless! Ferrari retained an aluminium chassis for the F12 but new materials increase stiffness and reduce weight. It really is quite a package!

In order to celebrate their 70th Anniversary, Ferrari commissioned 'Ferrari Tailor Made', together with the designers of Centro Stile to create separate liveries as an homage to 70 of the most beautiful Ferraris in history and in so doing have created 70 unique designs. And each one gets its own name. They decided to finish one example of each of their current range (GTC4Lusso, F12 Berlinetta, 488 GTB, 488 Spider, California T) in each of the 70 different liveries making a total of 350 cars. This F12 has been finished in Livery Number number 66 - 'Driving Emotion' which was inspired by the 599 GTO from 2010 and consequently is finished in Rosso Corsa with the roof and wing mirrors in Grigio Silverstone. The interior is in black leather and Charcoal Alcantara and the seats are covered in black 3D Sail Aunde fabric.

This, left-hand drive, F12 is therefore unique in the proper sense of the word and is effectively new, having only covered delivery miles.

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Country of Registration: KSA

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2010 Bugatti Veyron Nocturne

Lot # 123 (Sale Order: 24 of 68)      

The 'Nocturne' a special Veyron five-car edition exclusively for the Middle East Market.

  • The Nocturne was one of three special editions created to celebrate 100 years of Bugatti

  • Only five Nocturnes were built

  • 1,500km from new and registered in the UAE

Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. finished its Centenary celebrations in 2010 with three tailor-made cars, specially developed for its discerning clientele in the Middle East: the Veyron 'Sang d'Argent', the Grand Sport 'Soleil de Nuit' and the Veyron 'Nocturne', limited to five cars only.

The Veyron Nocturne is distinguished from ordinary Veyron’s with its galvanised side windows that continue the polished aluminium line that starts at the front of the vehicle and finishes with the wide rear arches and creates a stark contrast with the uni black side and roof panels. Aside from the Veyron’s unique colour scheme, the Nocturne is also adorned with a few other high-end materials like specially polished rims, a dark magnesium dash and a galvanised Platinum centre console to complete the special edition Veyron’s unique interior feel. The enhancements are purely cosmetic meaning the Veyron’s standard 1,000bhp, 16-cylinder, 8-litre engine and mechanical specification remain unchanged. 

This limited-edition has been specially developed for the Middle East Market honouring its importance and its strong partners in the area - Al Habtoor Motors, ÚAE, Al Zayani Trading Co., Kuwait, Al Ghassan Motors, Saudi Arabia and Dana Motors, Qatar.

This fabulous Nocturne is naturally left-hand-drive, has covered just 1,500km and is registered in the UAE.

 

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Country of Registration: DUBAI

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2006 Ferrari 575 Superamerica

Lot # 124 (Sale Order: 25 of 68)      

The revolutionary translucent roof brought a new dimension to top-down Ferrari motoring.

  • A limited-production convertible and the most desirable iteration of the vaunted 575M Maranello

  • 12 cylinders, 540bhp, and the six-speed electro-hydraulic F-1 transmission

  • One of only 599  produced, just 9,000 km from new and classic Ferrari colours

  • Open top Ferrari motoring at its best with the innovative Revochromico rotating hardtop

When Ferrari reintroduced to-seat, front-engined grand touring cars into their line-up in 1996 with the Pininfarina-designed 550 Maranello, it was evident that there would soon be a demand for a convertible version of the car. Though customers were thrilled with the 550 Barchetta Pininfarina, many felt limited by the lack of a conventional convertible top and only used their cars for quick out-and-back jaunts in the summertime. Looking to provide a solution to this sales-limiting problem when the 575M Maranello arrived, Ferrari introduced the Superamerica with its revolutionary rotating hardtop.

Unveiled at the LA and Detroit Auto Shows in 2003, the Superamerica was a Targa version of the 575M and was the first Ferrari to feature a motorised and folding hardtop. The title Superamerica extends back into Ferrari's history as a name that was given to the most exclusive and powerful luxury models. Derived directly from the 575M Maranello, the Superamerica's big 12-cylinder engine was boosted to deliver 540bhp through a six-speed electro-hydraulic F-1 transmission and independent front and rear suspension with coil springs, telescopic shock absorbers with adaptive damping and anti-roll bars, combined to keep the fastest convertible of the time on the road. Designed by Fioravanti, the innovative flip-top roof is made of translucent materials, which adjust to vary the amount of light coming into the cockpit. Called Revochromico by Ferrari, the system has five tint levels available and the glass can go from dark to light in under a minute. As the frame for the glass is made from very strong carbon fibre, the Superamerica can reach very high speeds with the top in the up or reclined position. The new car's performance figures were seriously impressive with 0-100 kph coming up in 4.2 seconds and a top speed of 320kph (199mph). A total of 559 Superamericas were built fitting in with Enzo Ferrari's philosophy that there should always be one fewer car available than the market demanded.

The Superamerica was a much more serious attempt at an open V12-engined Ferrari than the completely roofless and poorly executed 550 Barchetta and promised to bring a new dimension to the heavy-hitting thrills of the 575M Maranello without sacrificing too much in rigidity and real-world usability. This example is certainly no exception finished in the classic Ferrari hue of Rosso Corsa. The speedometer shows only 9,000km and as Montezemolo-era, six-speed F-1 transmission cars grow ever-more desirable, this example is surely a must-have for any serious Ferrari collector.

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Country of Registration: KSA

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