Tupac Shakur was assassinated in a BMW that was sold for $1.75 million in Las Vegas

On September 7, 1996, disaster descended on Las Vegas' neon-lit streets.

Tupac Shakur, the lyrical genius, drove shotgun in a beautiful black BMW 750iL.

At a red light, a white Cadillac approached, and the night exploded in gunshots.

Multiple gunfire pierced the BMW's windows and doors, striking the 25-year-old musician.

Tupac died from his wounds six days later, leaving one of the most intriguing murder mysteries in the United States.

The BMW, once a symbol of luxury, has become a disturbing relic, bearing testimony to the drive-by shooting that permanently silenced Tupac's voice.

This identical car is now for sale, valued at a staggering $1.75 million. A terrible twist of fate inscribed in automobile history.