Only six were ever built. Now though, one will go to auction and will fetch a monumental price tag.
A super rare Ferrari Sergio will go on auction at the upcoming RM Sotheby’s Monaco sale and is expected to sell for more than R50 million!
G C M bro...
Now, we know what you're thinking: How can a car cost that much, especially if it was only built 3 years ago? Well, there are several reasons. One, it was conceived as a tribute to the Pininfarina design house and son of its founder when he died in 2012, which makes it exceptionally bespoke, desirable and unique.
More unique when you consider the fact that only six were ever built and that none might ever go on sale again. Ever!
Then, more unique still when you find out that it has the most powerful naturally aspirated V8 to ever feature in a Ferrari, which might never be trumped again as Ferrari now turns to the help of the turbo.
All that considered: If you were a billionaire - 50 mil sounds like a bargain then right? Damn straight.
Oh - and how's this? It only has 200km on the clock! The Nigerian oil magnate who originally owned it, Aluko Kolawole, obviously just preferred to look at it. What a tragedy.