Ferrari Sergio produced in six units, one out of the six is raised for auction

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Ferrari Sergio

Ferrari Sergio got unwrapped as a concept car in the year 2013. However, two years later this supercar was put into production but in limited units. Ferrari Sergio was just built in 6 units and got sold out very quickly. And if you were not lucky during those days to grab one out of the six, then there is extremely good news for you. At present, one out of the six units is raised for auction. The super sports car was designed as acknowledging to the late Sergio Pininfarina, who was the head of Ferrari.

Ferrari Sergio
Ferrari Sergio
Ferrari Sergio
Ferrari Sergio was unveiled at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. Sergio Pininfarina was also the son of the Ferrari founder and he just passed away at 85 years old. This supercar was also marked as 60years of collaboration and 85th Anniversary with Ferrari. Sergio, which is mainly based on Ferrari 458 Spider, was featured with V8, 4.5-liter twin-turbocharged engine, and 458 high-revving. This super sports car has the potential to produce 445 kW, 605 PS (597 horsepower), which is more than Ferrari 458 Speciale’s 562 hp. Sergio was the most dominant naturally aspirated V8 twin turbocharged engine that Ferrari ever produced.
Ferrari Sergio
Ferrari Sergio
Ferrari Sergio
Ferrari Sergio was estimated by the auction house to sell for approximately $3- $3.7 million, at current exchange rate or between €2.5 and 3million. That is a bit lesser than it was currently listed for the $5 million. Price of this supercar will also be subjected to the VAT, as it is coming from outside Europe. Hence, after the extra added VAT, Ferrari Sergio will nearly cost at $4.5 million. However, RM Sotheby disclosed to sell this rear sports car to the highest bidder.
Ferrari Sergio
Ferrari Sergio
Ferrari Sergio

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