Just 271 examples of the now-iconic Jaguar XJ220 were produced between 1992 to 1994. So it’s hard to imagine one would just show up for sale on eBay without any sort of forewarning. Yet here we are; for a cool $519,000, you could take home this rare and stunning British supercar.
Under the hood is the same 3.5-liter biturbo V6 that came from the factory new in 1994. It produces 540 horsepower (402 kilowatts) at full tilt, and allows the Jag to sprint to 217 miles per hour (349 kilometers per hour). For a short time – before the McLaren F1 came along – it was actually the fastest car in the world. If that’s not impressive enough, this example in particular has driven just 446 miles (717 kilometers) in its lifetime, making it virtually brand new.
Taking that low mileage into consideration, that car has been kept in "Concours Quality" since new, says the seller. The original silver exterior finish remains, as do the original wheels, original headlights, and original… everything else. The car has gone completely un-restored and un-modified.
The 22-year-old interior shows virtually no signs of age. The grey leather seats and black vinyl dash are factory fresh, as is the steering wheel, speedometer, and gauges. The car wears the production number 328, making it just one of a handful of examples available in the U.S. among the already limited number available worldwide.
With the aforementioned 'Buy It Now' price of $519,000, it’s not exactly what we’d call ‘cheap,' but it is one of the lowest-mileage examples for sale anywhere in the world, and comes with the original books, tools, records, and even an extra set of keys. And now you can actually get new tires for it. Interested buyers can head down to Miami, Florida, to see the car for themselves.