If you're looking for a rare supercar (or an iconic economy car for that matter), Joe Macari is worth looking up. includes not one, but two Lamborghini Miuras, as well as an LM002, a Ferrari 250 SWB, an Alfa Romeo Giulia SS, a Group C Porsche 962, a Bugatti EB110 SS Dauer, a RUF CTR2, and...a .
Then, there's , with just 520 miles on the clock. These cars are some 220 lbs. lighter than a regular Vantage V12 S, thanks to the lack of sound deadening, a lithium ion battery, polycarbonate rear and rear quarter windows, and carbon fiber parts such as the flared front wings, bonnet, door casings and (optional) roof.
The Vantage GT12s also came with a wider track, improved aero and 591 horsepower, granted by magnesium inlet manifolds and a full titanium exhaust system. With their screaming V12s, they are special alright.
So, while $566,320 may seem like a lot for a previous-generation Vantage, especially knowing how the new one costs $150,000, its twin-turbo V8 is down on power compared to the N/A V12 in the GT12. Not to mention that its already being close to sold out for the next year.
And who likes to wait?