Here’s something you don’t see every day, if at all ever – a 1987 Ferrari 288 GTO Evoluzione. And this one will be available to bid on next month from October 19-21 via RM Sotheby’s. 1 0f just 6 ever built (if you include the prototype), this is perhaps one of the rarest, most sought-after Ferrari’s ever.
From the listing:
“A fascinating case of the final Enzo Ferrari-directed GT race car and the first racing version in Ferrari’s legendary supercar series, the 288 GTO Evoluzione remains today as one of the rarest and most sought-after competition Ferraris ever built. Seldom seen in public and with many hidden away in long term collections, the opportunity to acquire one is even rarer than getting the chance to see one at a concours event or in a museum. Undoubtedly the most radical Ferrari of the 1980s, the opportunity to acquire this sensational car is a must for any supercar or race car focused Ferrari collection.”
To enter the new millennium, the Lamborghini that replaced the Diablo had impossibly big shoes to fill – enter the Murciélago.
Tesla does indeed dominate the US market for EVs, however it’s not the same everywhere around the world. And we have to assume that their market share in the US will dwindle once the major OEMs continue to broaden their EV model lineup in the coming years:
You can rest assured you’re getting a reliable, high-quality vehicle that’s easy to charge while offering you the maximum speed you need on the road.
The Lamborghini Diablo, a car that adorned the walls in poster form of many 90’s kids. A car that still is a show-stopper, 20 years after it ceased production. A car that was so outrageous for it’s time (and still is), deserves a centerfold in our digital magazine.
Less than two seconds 0-60 is insane, but is a “below one second” time even possible? Sure, you can put all the power in the world into a car, but surely modern tires have a long way to go before you are able to hook-up all the power in the world on the road.