There is no need to be concerned about Sergio Marchionne’s decision to retain Ferrari an exclusive brand after Luca di Montezemolo’s departure. According to a CNBC piece published today, the Ferrari Sergio, designed by Pininfarina, will be produced in six different versions.
If you’re expecting to get your hands on one of the six Sergios, you’re out of luck, since they’ve all been claimed. And, as of today, Ferrari is completing orders for the cars, which will be delivered to customers next year.
The Sergio was first shown as a concept car at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. It is based on a Ferrari 458 Spider chassis and is powered by a 562 horsepower V8 engine. The Sergio’s power-to-weight ratio allows it to accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in 3.4 seconds, with a top speed of 199 mph.
It’s a 4.5-liter naturally aspirated V8 engine that develops 605 hp and 398 lb-ft of torque. Back in 2015, the asking price for one of these ultra-rare Ferraris was $3 million. We don’t exact price of the car that is currently put up for sale. However, it is estimated to be between $4-5 million.
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.
It’s believed each of the six examples cost their respective owners about $3.9 million.
It is the new, amazing concept car created to celebrate the Life Senator Sergio Pininfarina. At its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2013, the Sergio joins the brand that has so marked the history of Pininfarina: