More photos have emerged through Luxury4Play of the private supercar collection in Japan. Many of the cars are one’s we’ve already seen in part 1 and part 2 of our report, however, a number of new cars have also emerged from the pictures and we thought you would like to see them! The garage includes a number of Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Rolls-Royce, Bentley and Mercedes supercars.
We’ve once again taken a small selection of the updated cars and given you a small write-up to explain a little about the cars we think are the most significant.
The first notable car we want to talk about is the Lamborghini LP650-4, a special edition Lamborghini only available in Grigio Telesto gray with Arancio orange highlights. Only 50 were built, this one is number 07 and features 641hp. You’ll also notice the Koenig Specials Ferrari Testarossa. We believe this car features two Rajaj Turbos, a new exhaust and an improved cooling system giving it 710hp. 0-100km/h in about 3.8 seconds and 340km/h. The bodywork is a Vittorio Strosek design and the BBS rims hide 225/50 VR 16 tyres at the front and 345/35 VR 15 tyres at the rear.
The photos reveal that the owner actually has two Ferrari 16M’s, we believe that the chrome car pictured in one of the photos is one of the black car with a new wrap. It seems that the owner is also keen on Savini wheels, the picture showing the Lamborghini LP650-4, Ferrar F430 Spider and Ferrari 599 GTB has all three wearing them. You’ll notice a matte black Peugeot RCZ, perhaps a daily driver, an Aston Martin Rapide and a new Mercedes CLS 63 AMG. The final car we want to draw your attention to is the Ferrari 575 Superamerica. One of just 559 built it featured an electrochromic glass panel roof.
For the full series of photos take a look at the Luxury4Play forums.