Consigned to the upcoming RM Sotheby's London Sale is the 'Gran Turismo Collection' offered from a single British owner. Among the cars consigned from this stable are three 1990s supercars. The rarest of the trio is this Jaguar XJ220S. One of six built, it was not sold by TWR until 1998 and more recently was part of the Jasbir Dhillon collection. The rare Jaguar is estimated to sell for 850,000 - 1,100,000. The other two are a post-production Ferrari F50 that was commissioned by the royal family of Brunei and one of just 31 EB 110 SS Bugattis built.
Today, Lotus has revealed further details of the upcoming Eletre. The all-electric SUV will come in three versions with the range topping 'R' powered by a pair of motors good for a peak power of 905 hp. All three will boast the same battery pack, so the more powerful model does have a smaller range. The entry-level Eletre is is priced at 89,500 in the United Kingdom.
Shortly after officially launching the new generation GranTurismo, Maserati offered a first glimpse of the drop-top GranCabrio due to join the range in the next months. Like the Coupe, the GranCabrio will be available in an all-electric configuration.

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1996 Bugatti EB 110 SS (ZA9BB02E0RCD39027)

1997 Ferrari F50 (107575)

1993 Jaguar XJ220S (SAJJEAEX8AX220779)

2022 Lotus Eletre

2023 Maserati GranCabrio