Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Stirling Moss is a very rare car with the production number limited to 75 examples. Mercedes-Benz built these 75 units to tribute the 300 SLRs victory in 1955 which was driven by Sir Stirling Moss and each of these supercars worth more than $2 million.
The SLR Stirling Moss is on sale by the RM Sotheby is a 2009 European-specs model which first delivered to its buyer in Luxembourg.
The first owner sold the car to a Middle Eastern collector in 2019 and it has the mileage of only 9,000 km on the clock.
Under the hood there is a 5.4-liter supercharged V8 engine with 651 hp. This power output places the SLR Stirling Moss as the most powerful factory built SLR due to the SLR 700 Edition's 641 hp output.
The Stirling Moss model is not only more powerful than a standard SLR McLaren but it is also 200 kg lighter as a result of removing the top. The car on sale is an Antimony Grey Crysta; with black clad and leather.
RM Sotheby expects the car to sell between $2.1 million to $2.5 million.