On two occasions, the vehicle accelerated from police at 200km/h.
Police Minister Mark Ryan said the prestige car was obtained under the state’s strict anti-hoon laws.
“The laws in Queensland are the toughest in the nation, the penalties are the toughest in the nation … the consequences are severe,” Mr Ryan said.
“That vehicle will now be sold, and the proceeds returned to the state government for use.”
The Huracan will be a part of Manheim Auctions Prestige Sale from June 17-25 and will start at the “discounted” price of $390,000.
While the car has been labelled a “one of a kind for the Brisbane market”, the auction will be open Australia-wide.
“This car has gotten some interest already,” a Manheim spokesman told 9News.
“We value the car around the $450,000 mark, so hopefully, we achieve that at auction, maybe even a little more.”