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  1. Doug should build and brand his own limited-edition supercar, then sell it on CarsAndBids ✊✊ . . . call it a β€œDeMuro Quirk”

  2. After seeing the Italdesign Aztec on this list, they actually reached out to Doug about letting him review the Columbus, a two story mini van they created. It’s in the comments of the video where he discusses cars he wants to review the most! Everyone, please upvote this so he sees it!

    1. German dealer “Auto Zitzmann” actually has a Aztec Barchetta up for sale. πŸ˜‰ Downside is the price of around 1.1 milion euros.

  3. Doug, the Cadillac Cien was actually produced. GM made three of them. They were featured in the movie “The Island” starring Ewan McGregor & Scarlett Johansson. The V12, and two versions with a V8, one manual transmission, one automatic. In the commentary for the film, Ewan even goes in depth as to how cautious everyone on set had to be around the car & yes, he did drive one of the three…though he never states which version. GM went so far as to accept deposits for the car (I should know as my father put down a deposit & still has the deposit paperwork somewhere. If I find it, I’ll email to you). A interesting sidenote to all this, GM kept all three at their Detroit facility where they stored many of the important & unique cars. About 5 years after being stored GM wanted to show them…and one of them, the V8 manual transmission was missing. To date, it has never been found or seen.

    1. That’s not “produced.” A company can build 49 cars by hand, and it’s still not a production car. “Produced” means 50, or more were built, and the term is generally only applied to cars that 1) Have a production line, in a factory, devoted solely to building just that one car, 2) as I said, has 50, or more, units manufactured, and 3) Is offered to dealerships as a product for sale to the public. So NO smart guy, the Cien WAS NOT ever produced. Production means makin’ tp of em’, then shippin’ em’ to dealerships…

    2. @Godchi1d Von Steuben Part of your comment is correct but there doesn’t have to be 50 of a certain model for it to be a production car, I’d love to read your source on that criteria. For me the counterexample that immediately comes to mind is the CLK GTR, which was once known as the world’s most expensive production car, even though only 28 were made.

    3. @Godchi1d Von Steuben no need to be snarky because I said “produced” and you took its literal, automotive definition. I should have edited myself and replaced produced with “made two additional models” but, since I was typing via my phone, I wasn’t paying as much attention. Thank you for so kindly bringing this to my attention and in such a calm, polite, and civil manner.

  4. It would have been cool to include or talk about the Vector W2, the original copy/prototype of the W8. According to wiki, they ran an absolute monster amount of miles of testing before getting the W8 into production. The W2 was even featured in a NES game “Formula 1: Built to win”! πŸ™‚

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    1. Not sure if you know the Sultan of Brunei, but from what I know, I would keep away from that dude. Regardless, how many cool cars he or his father has.

    2. It would be an absolute horror show. Word has it that the massive collection isn’t properly maintained at all. Apparently the sultanate of Brunei is, well, a jungle mostly. It’s very hot and very humid, and most of the cars are not in climate controlled storage. It is said to be a 5 billion dollar grave yard…

  5. Hi Doug, most petrol heads who played driving games from the 90s on know this list with possibly the exception of the vector and the one off 220, the Aztec was featured a Sean Connery film which was set in the future, the buttons and controls on the side gave it that future computer robot look that everyone thought the future would be like.

  6. Got to see the Cien (as well as the Cyclone, LeMans and Sixteen concepts ) at the Gilmore museum in Michigan in 2021. It was surreal having both the Cien and Sixteen in front of me, as I LOVED both of them as a kid in Midnight Club 3. The door is power operated (at least the passenger one is. The handlers from the GM Heritage center overlooking the concepts were getting in and out from the passenger side), and it sounds like a real hot rod. Runs and drives just fine around the museum campus. I should upload the videos I have of the concepts.

    1. Damn, the Sixteen is one of my favorite cars of all time, at least in the design department.
      Too bad that it never came out, Cadillac could try it now as an eletric car, its design is awsome.

    1. @Purwanti Allan As an Xbox guy, I never played GT, but I know it’s a good racing game series. I saw an E55 AMG in one of those games, which is cool to me bc even though it’s not a rare car, it’s one of my favorites and it’s not in the Forza games, so it’s cool you Playstation guys got it.

  7. Another car i feel like should be on this list is the Ford GT-90. It was a concept car, meant to be the spiritual successor to the original GT-40, that never went into full production but one model was made for show in 1995. It has a quad turbo V-12 which is crazy to think about coming from Ford especially in the 90’s and is currently on display in Oklahoma. There’s at least one video online that I know of showing the car running with its proper drivetrain and it sounds phenomenal. (there was a top gear episode featuring it but the engine wasn’t properly set up for the road test and didn’t have the turbos hooked up)

  8. Not only had I heard of 9 out of the 10 cars on the list (I’m sad) – I’ve actually been in one! My Dad worked for the Australian Lamborghini importer at the time the Silhouette was made and they imported at least one into Australia. I remember being in the passenger seat when Dad drove it in to go on display at the Sydney Motor Show.

  9. i love all the Cadillac concepts, the Cien and Sixteen, but the concept i love the most was the line up introduced in the 2010s, the Ciel (convertible), El Miraj (coupe), and Escala (sedan), i hope they can put those into production, i’ll kill to buy one of it

  10. I’ve known 3 of these cars in the list just because of Gran Turismo 4: Cizeta V16T, R390, and Cadillac Cien. I even hated the fact that you could win the Cadillac Cien (or obtain the Volkswagen W12 Nardo) but you can’t use it in races that is restricted for production cars only (e.x. Supercar Championship in professional hall).

  11. I actually knew of 3 of these cars thanks to video games! The Cizeta *and* the Cadillac Cien were featured in Gran Turismo 4, which I played to death as a kid, and the Nissan R390 is notably in Forza Horizon 5. Notably, the Cien could be won in GT4 pretty early on, and was a super overpowered car in the early stages. In my first playthrough, I drove that thing almost exclusively, it was a monster.

  12. I remember being a kid seeing the Cadillac Cien in Midnight Club 3 on my PlayStation 2 back in the day. Totally agree with Doug on that one, beautiful car back then and still a beautiful car to this day. I didn’t know it had 700hp but I do remember it being as fast as the MurciΓ©lago and McLaren F1 in that game

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  13. The Mega Track is one of the coolest supercars I HAVE heard of and I wish somebody would make another car like it. Shame about the tires that basically don’t exist anymore.

    1. i’m French and even here it’s not super well known even if slightly more than abroad. But as a kid they talked about it like the french Lambo, like the Venturis and it was the most expensive car you could buy in France

  14. Amazing video, great research Doug had only heard of a few of these. The Aixam Mega Track is utterly insane. Apparently by the time someone ordered one in 1995 they were rwd as the 4×4 was too complex!

  15. This was a fun video – thanks Doug. πŸ™‚ Would love to see you review one or other of the Intermeccanica models (Italia, Indra, or similar) if you can find one somewhere.

  16. Cizeta Moroder V16T was also connected with Sammy Hagar and Edward Van Halen since their Italian car mechanic, Zampoli was one of the guys responsible for the car. At the time the car was revealed, the designer Gandini said that this was what he envisioned for the Diablo, but Chrysler (then owner of Lamborghini) watered down his design to the softer Diablo.

  17. The Cadillac Cien was a great mention. The car was so futuristic at the time they used it in the movie β€œThe Island”. It was also in some racing games along with some of these others back in the early 2000’s. Super cool car.

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