Evaluation: Sold new in Germany. Showing 1130 km (702 miles). Small chip ahead of the right rear wheel. Light age on the engine. Odd, overbuffed-looking spot on the nose. Last represented service at Don Law was in 2016.
Bottom Line: Costly to own even by hypercar standards but still long undervalued relative to their performance, rarity and fastest car in the world status, XJ 220s have been on the way up. With this result, it looks like they’re still moving. Even though this is a less than perfect car finished in an unexciting color and likely overdue for a service, it’s the most expensive XJ 220 road car ever sold at auction.