One memorable automotive design from the 1990s was the Italdesign BMW Nazda supercar.
Looking a bit like a BMW-esque Jaguar XJ220 that was pushed forward about 50 years, the Nazca was one of Giorgetto Giugiaro's creations.
There were three concepts produced: the M12 in '91, the "hardcore" C2 in '92 and the open-top C2 in '93.
The specific car seen for sale is a blue on blue M12 with an "Alpina-prepped" 5.7-liter V12 powerplant producing nearly 380 horsepower. Now the part that will separate the men from the boys is its price of 725,000 Euros.
Using the current exchange rate, that's nearly $1.1 million smackers!
One of the most memorable concept models from the decade that brought us grunge, the internet, Playstation and the Prius, is Italdesign’s series of BMW Nazca supercar studies. Designed by the great Giorgetto Giugiaro who was also responsible for BMW’s production M1 sports car, the Nazca M12 made its debut in 1991 and was followed in by a more hardcore version called the Nazca C2 in 1992 and an open-top Spider C2 model in 1993.
Now, one of the Nazca concepts has been put up for sale by a dealer located in the Czech Republic...
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