A 1998 Lamborghini Pregunta one-off is available at exotic car dealer Autodrome.fr for 1.6M EUR (about 2.1M USD). The supercar was developed by French Carrosserie Heuliez with styling from Marc Deschamp's studio.

It was created in 1998 when Lamborghini was still Lamborghini, before Audi added the Italian marque to its portfolio. The car was introduced at the 1998 Paris Motor Show and a year later it was brought to the Geneva Motor Show. Coincidentally, its styling bears some resemblance to the Pagani Zonda which was also presented at the 1999 Geneva event.

The one-off is based on the Lamborghini Diablo platform but without the AWD setup of the Diablo VT as the creators went for a lighter RWD configuration. At its heart is a V12 engine producing 530 bhp (395 kW) enough for a top speed of 333 km/h (207 mph) and a standing kilometer in less than 20 seconds.

As you can see it lacks exterior mirrors as these were replaced by cameras. Other highlights of the Pregunta include internal fiber optic lightning, F1-type fully electronic instruments, four-point Schrott harness and Dassault stealth external paint borrowed from the Dassault Rafale jet fighter.

Gallery: Lamborghini Pregunta one-off on sale for 2.1M USD [video]

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