The Formula 1 world said goodbye to Sebastian Vettel in Abu Dhabi last year as the German went out of the sport with a bang, making it through to Q3 and scoring a point at his finally race.
At 35 years of age, Vettel has had a long and illustrious career in Formula 1, winning four consecutive world championships with Red Bull before moving on to less successful spells with Ferrari and Aston Martin.
Over the years the German has built up a very impressive car collection and despite selling eight of his luxury cars in 2021, Vettel has now listed another up for sale.
Vettel has put his Nissan GT-R Black Edition up for sale for an eye-watering €250,000, having reportedly never even having driven the car, according to the advert.
“The vehicle offered here was completed for the Swiss market in July 2012 and was delivered to Sebastian Vettel, one of the most successful Formula 1 drivers of all time,” begins the advert.
“Sebastian kept the GTR in his private collection throughout, but without using the car. And so the mileage of this Nissan GTR still shows only 150 kilometres even 10 years after delivery.
“Visually as well as technically an absolutely new vehicle, which represents a unique opportunity for collectors, especially because of the holder history. For detailed questions our sales staff is available at any time. Please note that vehicle inspections are generally only possible by prior appointment.”
It is currently unclear why Vettel is looking to clear out some of his private car collection however after retiring from motorsport, it is entirely possible that the 35-year-old sees no need for fast cars that he never drives.
At its peak, Vettel’s car collection was one of the most impressive on the grid, with the German’s time at Ferrari allowing him to collect a number of expensive at rare cars.
A Ferrari LaFerrari reportedly set Vettel back $1.4m, his Enzo is worth $2.5m and his F50 and F12tdf are both worth around $3m a piece.
With such an impressive car collection, it is no surprise that Vettel never got around to driving his Nissan, which is expected to see relatively quickly.