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The Unique 1,000HP Lotec Mercedes-Benz C1000 Supercar Up for Auction | (Photos)

This is one of the coolest cars you will ever be lucky enough to see at an auction as the RK Motors Collector Car Auctions (RKMCCA) are set to offer the one of a kind Lotec Mercedes-Benz supercar at the Charlotte Convention Center scheduled between October 31 and November 3. 

An UAE businessman actually paid a staggering $3.5 million to have the world’s fastest street-legal car, so Lotec and Mercedes-Benz designed a vehicle according to his wishes. Now that is awesome!
As a result the C1000 was born which features a 5.6-liter Mercedes-Benz V8 engine twin-turbocharged with Garrett turbos generating 1,000 hp.

Check out the images and more info from Carscoops below:

Lotec Mercedes-Benz C1000

Lotec Mercedes-Benz C1000

Lotec Mercedes-Benz C1000 INterior

Lotec Mercedes-Benz C1000

Lotec Mercedes-Benz C1000

Lotec Mercedes-Benz C1000 INterior
The Lotec Mercedes-Benz C1000 sprints from 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) in 2.8 seconds and allegedly can reach a top speed of 268 mph (431 km/h). For the record, that’s 1 mph (1.6 km/h) faster than the Bugatti Veyron’s top speed. The engine is mated to a Hewland 6-speed transmission.

These figures are in part due to the car’s curb weight of only 2,381 pounds (1,080 kg), as the bodywork is made of carbon fiber. The interior is a combination of red leather and carbon fiber and features two bucket racing style seats with 3-point harnesses, air conditioning, adjustable pedals, adjustable steering column and even a luggage compartment. The odometer reads only 2,576 kilometers (1,600 miles).

The price for one of the rarest supercars in the world? Bidding starts at $1,000,000 (€726,000), with RKMCCA anticipating a sale price of up to $1,300,000 (€943,875).

The auction will also include the 2002 Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR roadster we’ve spotted on eBay earlier this year. The car is one of only six roadsters made and has 71 miles (115 km) on the clock. The auction starting price was not announced, but it’s safe to say bidding will start from around $2 million (€1.45 million) – the price advertised on eBay.

Via: Carscoops


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