Sold Out Italdesign Zerouno Hits The Market At $3 Million

Barely a month after it was revealed that all five units of the Italdesign Zerouno were sold out, one has already hit the used car market.

Currently for sale on James Edition via Grandex Autohaus in Germany, this Zerouno is believed to be the exact unit that sent jaws dropping during Monterey Car Week in August and was the second example built.

The seller says the car will be added to its fleet in October but in the meantime, asserts that it has just 31 miles (50 km) under its belt and is in perfect condition. Consequently, if any multi-millionaires still want a Zerouno after missing out on the initial allocation, this could be the one and only chance to find one trading hands privately.

Beneath the radical bodywork of the Zerouno, the supercar has the same powertrain and underpinnings as the Lamborghini Huracan and Audi R8 V10 Plus. That means the Italian piece of art has 610 hp on tap, more than enough performance to match its out-of-this-world design.

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  • Auf Wiedersehen

    Once again proof the Ultra-Rich will buy ANYTHING if it’s 1)Limited, 2)Ridiculously expensive and 3)Grotesque

  • NOT VERY ATTRACTIVE.

  • annon

    the name say’s it all…”zero..uno” ???

    • fabri99

      That’s the italian for zero one. They literally just called it 01.

      • annon

        yeah I know what it means but all the more stupid when you have a 02 or any other number for that matter on the canards? Anyways gotta agree that they did have some cool designs

        • fabri99

          True that.

  • fabri99

    I’d love to own a car designed and built by Italdesign… Just not this one, though!

  • Marc Gruben

    Looks like a J.C. Whitneyghini

  • Blade t

    Body looks way too busy….

  • Cameron

    Way too much going on with the car, they did this for lack of having an original design. When I see this I think cheap. No way in hell would I pay 3m for this car.

  • Astonman

    I saw this at Pebbles – very busy design. Didn’t care for it at all. Nope. Nada. Zip

  • SteersUright

    But why??? The Huracan Superperformante just set a Nurburgring record and it infinitely more beautiful while looking like a downright bargain compared to this hideous monstrosity. All it proves is that there are far too many people with far too much wall-street cash to burn nowadays.

  • Tumbi Mtika

    You can really tell that Giorgi retired…

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