Evaluation: Represented with 928 miles and two owners. Serviced in March 2022. There’s some dullness to the black plastic windshield frame, but otherwise this looks like a new car. Further proof that significant EVs are already collectible.
Bottom line: But Monterey wasn’t a home run for either this car or or RM’s Roadster that had higher mileage but was equipped with the desirable R80 3.0 battery upgrade. Both cars sold reasonably well ($128,800 and $112,000, respectively), but not price guide-smashing sums. Interestingly, a 105-year-old Detroit Electric Brougham over at Bonhams got more attention than either of these twenty-first century sports cars at $140,000.