As we already reported, the famous European car sales website mobile.de listed last week such a model as being for sale. The for sale announcement came from a German supercar retailer named Auto Salon Singen, who was asking for it EUR2,261,900 ($ 2,964,000).
Now, that entry has vanished from the mobile.de website, but it can still be found on the retailer's website. For some reason, the guys from Auto Salon Singen are quite convinced they will be among the first to land a sale of the desired model.
Even more, the retailer says it has, or will have, ten such models for sale, all to be bought for track use only (somewhat building on previous rumors that the model will be such type of a vehicle), at the same price listed last week. The retailer doesn't say if the ten models are its slice of the pie or all of the models to be manufactured.
Of course, the retailer does not provide any photos of the models it plans to sell. What's more, it lists pretty much all the data and characteristics of the car that have been already been made public by the manufacturer, but nothing extra.
We're not, of course, saying the sale is not legit, but it might be considered, if you like, just a cleverly disguised advertising. Something like “we said it first, we sell it first.”