Futuristic supercar inspired by 1960s space

It will certainly be a worth every cent if we say futuristic car that is inspired by Chrysler Plymouth XNR. Chrysler Plymouth XNR was built in 1960s and is a only model in existence. This car will go for a auction in Monterey, California this weekend.

This futuristic car is supposed to go on sale for $950,000. Outlandish: Its design was supposed to replicate jet aircraft and rockets, while its bright red bodywork includes an exaggerated tail fin and two side fins.This sports car has three liter, six cylinder engine with a speed of 150mph.This futuristic car in it self is a class and its sleek shape makes it more attractive and out of world.The unique car was once owned by the Shah of Iran before it ended up in the hands of teenage Lebanese car collector Karim Edde in 1980.

Retro futurism: This one-of-a-kind Chrysler Plymouth XNR was built in 1960 and is the only model in existence

 

Outlandish: Its design was supposed to replicate jet aircraft and rockets, while its bright red bodywork includes an exaggerated tail fin and two side fins

 

Prototype: The sports roadster's three-litre, six-cylinder engine is capable of speeds of up to 150mph

 

Sleek: The car's likeness is due to be digitised and integrated into Sony Playstation's Gran Turismo GT6 game

 

The Plymouth was once owned by the Shah of Iran before it ended up in the hands of teenage Lebanese car collector Karim Edde in 1980

 

Power generator: The Plymouth is equipped with a 200hp six-cylinder engine

 

Auctio: The car will this weekend be sold in Monterey, California. It has a pre-sale estimate of $950,000

The sports roadster’s three-litre, six-cylinder engine is capable of speeds of up to 150mph.

Status symbol: The Plymouth draws admiring glances at a classic car show last year

This model has a style that can make any one go crazy for this sporty car and the aircraft-inspired front nacelle adds to its space age visage. So, if you care about investing your money for a stylish and rocket car than you have a chance to take it your home this weekend.
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