The Mercedes Benz SLR Mclaren was first presented at the 1999 Frankfurt Motor show and had a limited production run from 2003 to 2010. Ultimately, only 2,157 cars were produced. Mercedes Benz owned 40% of McLaren group at the time the car was being developed. As a result, the two companies worked together to create the SLR McLaren, which is why it bears the name of both automakers. In other words, the SLR McLaren is a relic of a time since past. Automotive journalists classify the SLR McLaren as a grand tourer: a sports car designed for long-distance driving at high speeds. Melding the grandeur of Mercedes Benz with the performance of McLaren Formula One racing, the SLR McLaren delivers on an exotic experience that goes the extra mile. This 2007 SLR McLaren 722 chassis number 001327 was previously owned by Michael Jordan, the most notorious basketball player of all time. The 001327 comes enhanced with a more powerful engine, 19-inch light-alloy wheels that have been powder coated black and fitted with red calipers, and a 10mm lower ride height for improved handling. You may also notice the red 722 badging on either side of the vehicle, which harkens back to the victory at the 1955 Mille Miglia by 300 SLR racer Stirling Moss. His starting number in the race was 722. Additionally, the 722s tail lights and headlamps have been darkened. On the inside, the 722 features carbon fiber trim, carbon fiber seats, and black leather upholstery fused with Alcantara textiles. Among the already limited number of SLR McLarens, there are even fewer special product 722 coupes. All things considered, the 001327 is an exceedingly rare piece coveted by any automobile connoisseur worth his salt. Specs: 617hp 5.4L supercharged V8 engine, 5-speed automatic transmission, Carbon-fiber reinforced polymer construction, Sensotronic brake control, Side-mounted exhausts, Rear-wheel drive, Red 722 badges, Carbon fiber dash, Carbon fiber seats, Alcantara fused black leather upholstery.