It was billed as the next great Italian supercar, a step up on all those eight- and 12-cylinder pin-up cars of the 1980s thanks to stop-the-traffic styling, XXL size and a 16-cylinder engine, then the world’s first productionised V16. In 1988 the Cizeta-Moroder V16T was, briefly, the Italian supercar to beat, and the most famous of all of them was the pearl white/red leather prototype you see here. Like it? It’s yours – for around $1 million US.
The Cizeta‑Moroder V16T is a '90s legend
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