Every automotive aficionado would love to see any of these one-of-a-kind cars. Some of these vehicles were prototypes that never got to the production phase, and others were specifically made for a wealthy car collector. Take a look at these awesome rides here, since you most likely won’t be seeing them on the road.
An interesting concept car revealed by Lamborghini for the company’s 50th anniversary in 2013.
Ferrari F12 TRS
A mixture of old school styling and modern power. It resembles the 1957 250 Testa Rossa and was unveiled in Sicily in 2014.
2005 Maybach Exelero
Luxury and speed actually coexist in this V-12 that pushes out a comfortable 700 horsepower. The car was valued at $8 million in 2008.
This was more of a prototype that was perfected. An electric and gas motor with 590lb-ft of torque from a standstill. There has never been an attempt to replicate.
1996 TVR Cerbera Speed 12
The superb piece of engineering boasts a whopping 960 horsepower and only weighs a little over 2100 pounds. Some think the power makes this car unusable for the street.
Lancia Stratos Zero
Its 540 horsepower and 300 pound per foot of torque is placed on a Ferrari platform. This Lancia is a track prepped street car. It is basically a modernized Ferrari F430.
Stylish in a outlandish way, the Beatnik Bandit, along with the Orbitron, was the work of custom car builder Ed Roth. This car’s most unique feature was the joystick used to steer. Gamers everywhere may want to take it for a spin.
1969 Porsche 914/8
This is a tiny car with a huge reputation. It somehow has an 8 cylinder engine fitted into this tiny machine.
2009 Bertone Mantide
It is part American, part European, an exquisite blend of extreme styling and power. The 632 horsepower engine gets it to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds.
1966 Jaguar XJ13
There was only one prototype ever created in 1966. Due to a tire issue, it crashed during a filming in 1971. It was stored, but later found and restored.
It has a hot rod, dragster feel, with the driver’s seat situation in the rear. What really made it stand out were its bubble dome top and asymmetrical front end that featured red, green, and blue tinted head lamps.
2013 Ferrari Icona Vulcano
The designer based in Shanghai created a style that is simple looking but dominant. Icona offered its buyer a choice of a V12 hybrid with 980hp, or a twin turbo with 880hp.
1995 Renault Espace F1
This is by far the coolest minivan ever created. A 800 horsepower Ferrari engine inside this creation. It propels the car from 0-60 mph in only 2.8 seconds.
Volkswagen Golf W12 650
This could easily be regarded as the fastest economy sport car, and there was only one ever made. Volkswagen took the engine from a Bentley, providing 631 horsepower which was more than enough to power this pocket rocket.
2006 Dodge Viper ASC Diamondback
It is ranked among the finest muscle cars to date. Constructed of only carbon fiber, the 610 horsepower, V-10 engine was inspired by McLaren Performance Technologies.
An exotic blend of black and chrome, this car accelerates from 0-60 mph in 6.5 seconds. It only has 380 horsepower but a lot of attitude.
This car has a very unique feel to it, with it’s curves and color.
2011 Mini Life Ball
It has a rugged theme like no other Mini Cooper. Basically, any one in love with adventure would fall in love with this piece of machinery.
1949 Delahaye 175 S Saoutchik Roadster
It was meticulously made by a French coach building company in the late 40s. The car’s engine was valued at $6 million and is a very cherished car indeed. It has a sleek blue exterior that just seems to flow from front to back.
2003 Cadillac Sixteen
This is probably the largest engine created to date with a whopping 16 cylinders producing an astounding 1000 horsepower in this luxury car. It has a cylinder deactivating system as well.
The car is a modified Pontiac GTO that was built for the pop band of the mid 60s that also starred in their own TV show about themselves. The car is just an interesting sight all around, with modified fenders and a convertible top.
This one of a kind piece is owned by Jay Leno. It weighs just short of 10,000 pounds; an impressive machine by any standards. Jay has tricked it out with 1,500 horsepower and 3,000 pound per foot torque.