As if the Z8 weren’t exclusive enough, famed tuner Dinan had their hand at modifying a claimed 20 examples. That meant revised carbon airboxes, custom velocity stacks, bored throttle bodies, custom headers and exhaust, and Dinan’s engine management software. The cost was anything but cheap; the engine mods would set you back the best part of $20,000 alone – but then the results were pretty impressive. In the similar M5, Dinan netted around 75 horsepower more than the stock S62, which was already a pretty stout motor.
So here we have those S2 modifications coupled with a Z8 in what seems to be the fifth chassis modified to this specification. And, if that wasn’t rare enough, this one’s also one of just 196 produced in Stratus Metallic: