You would think that a car that commands a price tag of $700,000 would be something along the lines of a Bugatti, McLaren, or Lamborghini.

But there’s one other supercar that you probably may have a hard time picking out of your brain that sells for that much money: the Cizeta Moroder V16-T.

Unfortunately, one of these extremely rare supercars was shackled up in San Juan, Puerto Rico by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents after the car was said to be violating a number of US import laws. We don’t know what the US government has in store for the Cizeta V16-T, but we just hope that for the sake of auto enthusiasts the world over, those people know just how expensive and rare that car is.


Source: Jalopnik

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  (592) posted on 11.30.2010

yep this is the first time that I saw this car, and imagine v16 ENGINE “Oil Drinker” super car without race history? Sporty outside but it’s inside is like a ordinary street car with audio. I think it’s a 1995 model.

  (1333) posted on 10.11.2010

The name sound’s rare too..

  (367) posted on 08.19.2010

Well thats a good idea, but I hope it’s not misused

  (367) posted on 08.18.2010

This saddened me, its better if the let that roam around for a while.

  (798) posted on 01.13.2010

I don’t know also if it will compete the enormous power of a Bugatti or Lamborghini but for a price tag of $700K, I have no doubt that the capability of this one will be that great. I’m positive on this one.

  (1333) posted on 12.10.2009

Well, not all the time that new cars are more expensive that old cars. This one seems to be a classic and a there are even other classics that reaches more than a million dollars for their tag prize. There are even auctions for those cars, and a guy like me who drives a Saab will surely not be able to come close to those bidders in that place.

Uncia  (868) posted on 12.10.2009

I know this car. It was made from 1991-1994 and was developed by some guy from Los Angeles to outperform the Countach.

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