This Ligier JS P4 looks like something straight out of the Batman franchise.
The car is covered in matte carbon fiber body panels, giving it a super aggressive, futuristic look.
It was also once owned by McLaren Racing chief executive Zak Brown.
The car was up for auction on Collecting Cars this week.
But with 84 bids, they still failed to meet the reserve when the auction closed today.
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It’s unknown whether it will go up for auction again, or be sold privately, but this is certainly a car to watch.
It has super aerodynamic lines that are set off by tall tailfins and a menacing rear diffuser.
It also rides on 18-inch Braid alloy wheels wrapped in sticky Michelin tires.
The car comes with a bespoke power steering system and a Sodemo racing steering wheel.
The P4 was originally specified as a demonstration vehicle when it was owned by McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown.
It was also previously owned by former British racing driver Richard Dean before it was purchased by the current owner a year ago.
This car also has Brembo six-piston brakes and a heated windscreen.
Its power comes from a rear-mounted 3.7-liter Ford Cyclone V6 and can produce around 330hp.
The 2019 Ligier JS P4 was part of Collecting Cars’ mega Supercar Sunday auction event.
The site put more than 40 rare cars up for auction this past week including a Lamborghini Huracan STO and a Ferrari F430 F1.
One of the real stars of the show was a one-of-50 Lamborghini Aventador Miura Homage.
However it also failed to sell when the auction closed today.