It may be at least 20 years old, since production ended in 1998, but the McLaren F1 is still one of the most iconic supercars ever built.
Produced in just 106 units, 64 of which were road legal and the rest racers, it used to be the world’s fastest production car, with a record of 386km/h (240mph) set two decades ago.
However, its racing are now over, as all units can be found in private collections, scattered around the globe.
This iconic status has resulted in their value going up in the 26 years since the first one emerged. The few McLaren F1s that are being listed for grabs occasionally change hands for $10-$15 million, or even more.
A Swiss car dealership, claiming to be in the possession of an F1, is asking a cool €20 million for it, or $24.9 million at today’s exchange rates.
Finished in silver metallic, it was originally shipped to Germany, where it was first registered in June 1996, and it shows only 3,500km (2,175 miles) on the clock.
There’s only one small thing that raises an eyebrow in this ad: the fact that, despite asking a fortune for the F1, the car dealer couldn’t organize a proper photo shoot, as the images that appear on Mobile are extremely low-res.
Still, the dealer appears to be legit, as it has various other vehicles for sale, including an Aston Martin Lagonda, Mercedes SLR McLaren, and even a BMW M1, so if you’ve got a spare $25 million sitting around and a car itch, you know what to do…
Note: Official McLaren F1 images shown