When it comes to supercars, everybody has their own tastes. Some prefer the careful intricacies of the Honda NSX, the record-shattering speed of the McLaren F1, but others prefer the lunacy of the Jaguar XJ220. And happily enough, the final model produced is going up for sale in Tennessee.
The XJ220 had a rather short lifespan, built from 1992 to 1994, with only 278 cars assembled over that time. In concept form, Jaguar stuck a triumphant V12 engine and all-wheel drive system underneath the lid, but that came to pass when production began. The road-going XJ220 inherited rear-wheel drive and a 3.5L twin-turbocharged V6 that produced 540-horsepower with a top speed of 217mph. It also gained the reputation of being a bit of a handful to drive.
And it could all be yours for the small price of $299,220. Sell the house; you can sleep in the Jaaaag.
[via Motor Authority]