The link between Ferrari and the Italian design house Pininfarina is legendary! This paring has created some of the worlds most astonishing machines, many of which end up on bedroom walls in the form of coveted posters. However, real articles such as the F40 will forever be remembered as one of the greatest cars of all time. Sadly in 2012 Sergio Pininfarina passed away aged 85 and to commemorate this man his company produced the Ferrari Sergio. This stunning show car was given Ferrari’s blessing and the green light for production. This first Ferrari Sergio has made its way to its new owner.
Sticking very closely to the original concept car, the Ferrari Sergio is based upon a Ferrari 458 Spider. Also launched to commemorate 60 years of collaboration between the two household names, just six examples will be produced. Restyled from nose to tail in comparison to the Spider, this sleek design is a very fitting tribute. The first Ferrari Sergio arrived in the United Arab Emirates and was collected by the SBH Royal Auto Gallery. Powered by a 4.5 litre V8 this car kicks out 597BHP. 0-62MPH is completed in 3.0 seconds and it will go onto a top speed of 199MPH. The cockpit is a sea of carbon fibre and red stitching.
If all six of them were not spoken for we would take one, oh and if we had the estimated £2,500,000 to actually pay for it.