Mazda does not make the RX-7 anymore, so the chances of getting a factory-fresh rotary sports car are practically nil. As you can see in the gallery, this is no ordinary Mazda RX-7 Evo. This is a rally machine, which is based on the second FD-generation model, built to compete under the FIA's celebrated Group B regulations. It was one of 20 that Mazda was set out to produce, but after the Group B was shut down in 1987, only seven has been made.
To make it even more tempting, the Mazda RX-7 has never even been driven – at least not competitively, at any rate. After the program was shuttered, this vehicle sat in Mazda's European racing facility in Belgium until the company's Swiss importer bought it along with a number of RX-7 chassis and parts in the early 1990s. It then disappeared into the obscurity of a private collection, but now it's heading to the auction block.
There is not a lot of information regarding the auction at this point, but we can expect that there might be some bidding war that will unfold, just look at the gallery by Rowan Horncastle for RM Sotheby's, it is ridiculously breath-taking.