FF owners could use it as a spare, or just display it in their living room, as it comes with a pedestal.
It’s an unexpected addition to the game, even if you’ve never heard of some of the cars included .
The 610 HP EB110 SS sprints to 62 mph in 3.5 seconds and tops out at an impressive 220 mph.
While it was never going to be sold for cheap, but $121,000? Come on.
All four cars are being sold as a set and proceeds will benefit Operation Homefront.
They range from classic Ferrari and Mercedes models to race cars, and multiple Skylines.
This Lamborghini Huracan Performante has seen better days.
It was used by Ferrari as a testing and development car and entered one rally, in which it retired.
The ultra-frugal XL1 burns only 0.9 liters every 100 km (314 mpg UK / 261 mpg US), but it will cost you a pretty penny.
All body panels were mounted on the original hardpoints, while the LS6 V8 has been modified.
A mint 2000 Honda S2000 with just under 6,000 miles on the odometer is hard to find but not impossible, apparently.
We know where this Ford GT Roadster would be going if we had the money….