Eberhard Schulz landed a job at Porsche by driving a sports car he'd designed and built himself to the factory and using it as his resume. Schulz would leave Porsche and found his own company in the late 70s under the name Isdera and making the Isdera Spyder from 1983 to 1991. Schulz had his sights set on entering Le Mans, and the Commendatore 112i was going to be the car to do it. Glass-reinforced plastic panels formed the bodywork that was designed to be as aerodynamic as possible, with a custom windshield wiper and a periscope rearview mirror that kept the Commendatore as slippery as possible. A space-frame chassis featured active suspension with power coming from a Mercedes V12 making 400 horsepower. Isdera is now selling the only Commendatore 112i at auction, making it one of the most interesting supercars to come out of the 90s.