Back in the 1990s, if you wanted a supercar with the most of everything, you’d be interested in the Cizeta V16T. As its name suggests, it has 16 cylinders, but the specs don’t end there. Its transversely mounted 6.0-litre engine also has eight camshafts, two crankshafts, and 64 valves. Hence, it was capable of producing 560 hp and 398 lb-ft of torque, without the use of any turbochargers or superchargers. It also had four pop-up headlamps, more than any other production car.
However, due to the recession of the early ’90s, the newly formed Cizeta Automobili didn’t manage to secure many orders, and money soon ran out. Only 13 examples are believed to have ever been completed—this stunning black example at the Marconi is a right-hand-drive unit with its V16 swapped out for a flat-12 from a Ferrari F512M.