Pool 1


Fully drawn

What is a supercar?

It’s not easy to define what a supercar is, yet when you’re faced with one, you’re in no doubt: supercars explore and push the boundaries of what’s possible in engineering and performance. The best of them have an extreme and extravagant beauty that signals their special status in the world of cars. Supercars are elevated above ordinary passenger cars because they are designed for more than transport. They exist to excite, fascinate and captivate with their performance, design and rarity.

Supercars are the kings of the automotive world and represent the ultimate dream of many car enthusiasts. Therefore, they are the crowning glory of car collections around the world. Supercars will always have a special status that make them sought-after objects of interest in the motoring world. This is the reason why they are the theme of Selected Car Investment’s first pool of investment vehicles.

This pool is fully drawn, and it is therefore no longer possible to become a co-investor in pool 1 with an investment focus on supercars. If you want to be the first to be contacted when the next pool is open, contact us below.

Lamborghini Reventón

The Lamborghini Reventón was first shown at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2007. At that time, it was announced that only 20 of the radically designed coupes would be built, which, at a price of around EUR 1 million + VAT, would become the most expensive Lamborghini ever.

Despite the price tag, it is said that the Reventón was sold out already from the stand in Frankfurt.

However, there have also only been about fifteen cars in free trade, as the first handful of cars were reserved for Lamborghini itself, and only then were the other cars offered to very selected customers. Lamborghini was fully aware that Reventón would appeal especially to collectors.

The technology of the Reventón is based on the Murcielago model, which means twelve cylinders, well over 300 kilometres per hour and everything else a supercar needs. When the Murcielago was discontinued and succeeded by the Aventador in 2010, the new top model in the Lamborghini series carried many design elements over from the Reventón, whose design elements were also repeated in the Huracán and, ten years later, also in the Urus. In this way, Reventón has played an important role in Lamborghini’s design history.

Bugatti EB110 GT

The Bugatti EB110 was one of a new generation of supercars in the late eighties and early nineties, and was a huge achievement – not just technologically, but also as a car adventure in itself.

The prestigious Bugatti brand closed as an independent company in 1963 after struggling since the death of its founder Ettore Bugatti in 1947. Nevertheless, even after its closure, the brand enjoyed great respect in the automotive world after having built some of the best, most beautiful and fastest cars in the world.

The Italian businessman Romano Artioli was not only a great Bugatti enthusiast, but also an entrepreneur with great initiative, and these two qualities led him to revive the brand. In 1987, he acquired the rights to the Bugatti name, and in 1988 started the construction of a new factory. Only three years later, the revived brand presented the all-new EB110 GT on the exact date of birth of the Ettore Bugatti 110 years earlier.

Porsche Carrera GT

As a supercar manufacturer, Porsche has stuck to its engineering-driven approach and philosophy that cars are first and foremost means of transport, and both their first attempt (Porsche 959) and their last (Porsche 918) are fully capable high-tech sports cars.

However, the supercar Carrera GT that was designed in the intervening years had a completely different approach, as it is based on racing technology, and thus has a much rawer feel. This is unusual for a Porsche, and paradoxically its very shortcomings as a car for everyday life have given it a legendary status as a supercar in the Porsche hierarchy.

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