The car was estimated to sell for anywhere between $250,000 to $350,000, according to Bloomberg. Bidding stopped at $240,000 — $10,000 short of the lowest estimate, Bloomberg reported.
The auction said the car “exchanged hands just minutes after it left the podium,” with a final sale of $270,000, according to Bloomberg. The company did not give details on who purchased the vehicle, Bloomberg reported.
Trump purchased the car in 2007. He owned it for four years.
“To see a former or current President’s personal vehicle offered for sale is extremely rare,” the auction’s website said. “It’s highly likely Donald Trump is the only United States President to ever own a Supercar.”
The car’s performance at the auction can be attributed to Trump as a “polarizing” figure and by the fact that Trump no longer owns the car, Bloomberg reported.