The Cizeta V16T was one of the strangest supercars to come out of the 1990s. Conceived by Italian car mechanic Claudio Zampoli, the V16T was a wild, 16-cylinder supercar designed by Marcello Gandini and aimed at Zampoli’s famous clientele. It’s also the only supercar in which legendary music producer Giorgio Moroder had his hand creating. And you can buy one today. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Hagerty spoke to Zampoli, who confirmed that he’ll take an order for a V16T today, despite the fact that the last V16T of nine built was finished in 2003. Zampoli didn’t specify pricing, but Hagerty notes that a V16T would set you back $650,000 in 2002. So you can use your imagination. “There was time delay due to the relocation of the entire equipment,” Zampoli told Hagerty. “But the V16T is still available—of course on special order only.” When Hagerty reached Zampoli at his workplace, he said he was actually in the process of working on a V16 engine. “There’s nothing else I do,” he said. The V16T is a truly fascinating machine, with styling reminisent of the Lamborghini Diablo—Gandini penned both—and all sorts of wild engineering. The “T” in its name stands for transverse engine, naturally. For the full story on the V16T, Hagerty’s article on the car is well worth a read. And if you want one of your own, well, you know who to call.