One-off 2012 Mosler RaptorGTR costs a whopping $700,000
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  • Mosler Raptor GTR Rear 3/4 View
  • Mosler Raptor GTR Side View
  • Mosler Raptor GTR Rear View
  • Mosler Raptor GTR Rear Quarter View
  • Mosler Raptor GTR Front 3/4 Angle
  • Mosler Raptor GTR Interior
  • Mosler Raptor GTR Front Angle Main Shot

The 2012 RaptorGTR is a supercar that automaker Mosler intended on producing a number of, but due to financial strains, only one ever rolled off the production line.

At least one made it, because the RaptorGTR is not shy on power, producing 838hp from its 7.0-liter V8 twin-turbo. At 2,580lbs, the model takes only 2.6 seconds to go from 0-62mph, and has a top speed of 240 mph.

Supercar Engineering actually developed the Mosler RaptorGTR, which would have been produced with an even more powerful option called the CubeyGTR package, making a ridiculous 1212hp and shaving 0.4 seconds off the 0-62 mph time.

So this lonely model is up for sale through Supercar Engineering, who is asking for $700,000 with a custom interior to suit the buyer’s needs.

– By: Alexandra Koken

Source: WorldCarFans


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  • desertwind

    No way this car should be priced this high. I sat in an Aventador recently and the perceived quality to me was, excellent. This all for less than half the price of the kit car dinosaur Mosler.