The late '80s and early '90s produced some of the best performance cars in automotive history, with examples like the Ferrari F40, Porsche 959, Lamborghini Diablo, and later McLaren F1. Jaguar entered the era with its equally stunning XJ220, a 200-plus MPH supercar wrapped in sweeping bodywork and powered by a race-developed twin-turbocharged V6. Fewer than 300 were produced before the supercar market collapsed in 1994, making it one of the most desirable Jaguars made. This 1993 XJ220 wears the iconic Spa Silver and was sold new in Germany in 1994. The car spent eight years in storage thereafter and was purchased by a UK specialty car company who then sold it to its current owner. Having covered only 703 miles since new, this XJ220 is one of the best examples in world.