The Ferrari Sergio is one of the rarest production cars on earth and YouTuber MrJWW recently had the opportunity to drive one.
Just six examples of the Sergio were ever produced. Three of them reside in the United States, one is in Japan, and the other two are in Europe. This is one of those two cars in Europe and has been owned by Carlink International for just over two years. If the owner ever decides to sell it, he will inevitably make off with at least $4 million.
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Underpinning the Ferrari Sergio is the same basic architecture as the 458 Spider. However, the Sergio is powered by the more powerful naturally-aspirated 4.5-liter V8 engine of the Ferrari 458 Speciale and delivers no less than 597 hp. The car can accelerate to 62 mph (100 km/h) in roughly 3.0-seconds all while having looks so striking that it makes most other Ferraris seem bland and uninspired.
Ferrari built the Sergio as a tribute to the late Sergio Pininfarina who passed away a year before the car was first unveiled as a concept back in 2013. The car got such a positive reception that the automaker had no choice but to put it into production. There’s no doubt that Ferrari could have sold more than six examples if it wanted to but the limited-run of the production car makes it all the more special and valuable.
We’ve got little duobt that the Ferrari Sergio will prove to be an exceptional investment in the years and decades to come.