Ferrari has finally revealed the production version of the Sergio concept car, but don’t expect to see one anytime soon.
That’s because only six of these exclusive Pininfarina-designed models will be built, to celebrate Ferrari’s 60th year collaborating with the design house. The car originally debuted at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show as a concept, and the positive reaction it got pushed it through to production, although the production model is toned down quite a bit from the concept.
The six examples of the Sergio will be based on the 458 Spider, although power comes from the upgraded 597-hp 4.5-litre V8 engine found in the 458 Speciale, which hustles the Sergio from 0 to 62 mph in just three seconds. Other changes include black leather upholstery with red stitching, a carbon fiber dashboard, Alcantara seat inserts, a stiffer bodyshell and 200 pounds of weight loss.
Pricing wasn’t announced for the car, but each of the six exclusive models have already been sold, likely for about £2.5 million each.
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