The 275 Jaguar XJ220s in a right had drive variant was produced in only 69 examples. This of course makes a right-hand drive XJ220 very hard to come by, however one such car has recently gone up for sale on Classic Driver and is commanding a relatively fair price of £325,000.
It was the fastest car in the world for a brief period before it was ousted by the 231 mph McLaren F1 in 1993. The XJ220 is powered by a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6, which was loosely based on the Austin Rover V6 engine. The powerplant produced 540 hp at 7,200 rpm and 475 lb·ft at 4,500 rpm and allowed the aluminum supercar to reach a top speed of 213 mph.
This particular XJ220 has been very well maintained, according to the listing, and had its most recent 24-month service in March of 2014. It has known just 3 owners since it left Jaguar’s Oxfordshire assembly line in 1993 and has traveled a total of 9,699 km or 6,027 mi.