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2020 McLaren Speedtail

Mecum exceeds $200M in Kissimmee
Thursday, 6 January - Sunday, 16 January
$3,300,000
Sale Price
$3,500,000 - $4,000,000
Est. Range
Yes
Reserve
15 January 2022
Sold Date
S146
Lot Number
#2
Original
Mecum Auctions
Auction House
Chassis no. SBM23GDG0LW403100. Volcano Yellow with Gloss Black engine cover over yellow and black leather. 3994/1035hp twin-turbo hybrid V-8, Pirelli P Zero tires, bespoke embroidered headrest, fire extinguisher, first aid kit, Volcano Yellow brake calipers.

Evaluation: From the collection of mattress mogul Michael Fux, who is known to buy his exotic cars in loud special order color combinations just like this. This is the 100th of just 106 Speedtails sold and it is represented with just 194 miles from new.

Bottom Line: Given how new Speedtails are and how few were built, just a handful of these invite-only hypercars have hit the auction market. Technically, the starting price was in the low-$2M range, but what often happens with exclusive exotics like this is that they get a lot more expensive once they hit the wider public market of affluent car collectors.

RM Sotheby’s sold a Speedtail in Monterey last year for $3.14M and in Arizona earlier in 2021 for $3,277,500, so the result for Michael Fux’s (very) yellow Speedtail makes sense. It was the second most expensive car in Kissimmee this year.

by Andrew Newton
25 January 2022
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