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How Much Does A Ferrari Actually Cost?

Prices have gone up in recent years.

Ferraris are as much rolling works of art as they are automobiles, with their stunning low-slung style. Unfortunately, they’re also priced like museum-quality artwork, with even the most basic model exceeding $200,000 in price. That’s before you put on the options, which are exorbitantly priced. Customers can personalise their cars in a variety of ways, from colours and hide treatments to racing and track choices and design features that include a variety of carbon fibre accents.

Though the brand’s ultra-wealthy customers aren’t price-conscious, the rest of us who are compelled to peer through the velvet ropes would like to know what it takes to drive a Maranello-built model off the lot, just in case. To that purpose, we dug around and collated pricing for Ferrari’s current lineup, noting base MSRPs and, if available, a sampling of option costs, which are rather high in their own right.

Check out justRED.com, the Internet’s only online marketplace dedicated solely to Ferraris, if you’re in the market for one. Those who enjoy the lifestyle can go even further with duPont Registry, which features the Scuderia in both print and digital formats.

Ferrari Car PricesPrice (USD)
Ferrari Roma$222,620
Ferrari Portofino M$226,000
Ferrari F8 Tributo$270,530
Ferrari F8 Spider$297,250
Ferrari 296 GTB$321,000 (est.)
Ferrari 812 GTS$404,494
Ferrari SF90 Stradale$507,300
Ferrari SF90 Spider$570,000 (est.)
Ferrari 812 Competizione$601,570
Ferrari 812 Competizione A$672,500
Ferrari Monza SP1/SP2$1,750,000
Ferrari Daytona SP3$2,300,000

1. Ferrari Roma: $222,620

  • Engine: Twin-turbo 3.9-liter V8
  • Power: 612 HP / 561 LB-FT
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • 0-60 MPH: 3.1 sec (est.)

The gorgeous Roma is a four-passenger grand touring coupe with enough refinement and comfort to be utilised as a daily car, according to the manufacturer. With a sharp nose and smooth curves running front to back, it’s gracefully fashioned in the manner of Ferraris from the 1950s and 1960s. The Roma can reach 60 mph in under 3.5 seconds with to a 612-horsepower twin-turbocharged 3.9-liter V8 and an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission.

This is Ferrari’s “entry level” model, with a starting price of a few thousand dollars less than the Portofino M. However, you may choose from a wide range of options – wheels, colours, breaks, inside upholstery, and so on – which will raise the price.

2. Ferrari Portofino M: $226,000

  • Engine: Twin-turbo 3.9-liter V8
  • Power: 612 HP / 561 LB-FT
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • 0-60 MPH: 3.4 sec (est.)
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The gorgeous Portofino M, named after a fishing resort on the Italian Riviera, is Ferrari’s other “entry level” mode, with a starting price in the low $200K bracket. The pert Portofino M comes with a retractable roof for four-season enjoyment and a 612-horsepower, twin-turbocharged 3.9-liter V8 engine that accelerates to 60 mph in in 3.4 seconds. The Portofino M is more graceful than brutal as a large touring automobile. What does the M stand for, exactly? We don’t know, but it was taken up by the Portofino in 2021 when Ferrari increased the car’s power.

The typical suspects are in the options list, although Ferrari’s official configurator no longer discloses their specific prices. However, if you want your car painted in a “Ferrari historical colour,” you’ll pay roughly $12,500, and the available Magneride dual-mode suspension will set you back nearly $5,600, according to the last time we looked. A fire extinguisher costs more than $1,000, and if you smoke, an ashtray and lighter will set you back more than $800.

3. Ferrari F8 Tributo: $270,530

  • Engine: Twin-turbo 3.9-liter V8
  • Power: 710 HP / 568 LB-FT
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • 0-60 MPH: 2.8 sec (est.)

The F8 Tributo is an elegantly cast two-seat coupe with a plethora of external curves and slashes that scream for a closer inspection from every angle. It is driven by a 3.9-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine situated in the middle of the vehicle, which delivers 710 horsepower to the rear wheels via a seven-speed automated transmission. It can sprint from 0 to 60 seconds in under three seconds, thanks to a throaty exhaust noise.

The F8 Tributo, like previous Ferrari vehicles, can be fully personalised with a wide range of exterior colours and upholstery options. A carbon fibre engine cover costs just under $8,000, while titanium exhaust pipes cost roughly $2,500, according to the last time Ferrari disclosed prices for its extras. You can also get the rev counter in either of five colors, pick between five different seating choices, and even specify titanium wheel bolts.

4. Ferrari F8 Spider: $297,250

  • Engine: Twin-turbo 3.9-liter V8
  • Power: 710 HP / 568 LB-FT
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • 0-60 MPH: 2.9 sec (est.)

The F8 Spider, as its name suggests, is an open-air alternative to the closed-roof F8 Tributo. It also has a motorised retractable hard top that is encased in eye-catching style.

The F8 Spider was marketed as “less extreme” than the 488 Pista Spider and “sportier” than the 488 Spider it replaced when it first debuted. It, too, is powered by a 710-horsepower twin-turbo V8 with a seven-speed automated transmission driving the rear wheels.

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Option selections are similar to those found on the F8 Tributo, with the exception that a black retractable top is available instead of a body-color roof.

5. Ferrari 296 GTB: $321,000 (est.)

  • Engine: Twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 PHEV
  • Power: 818 HP / 546 LB-FT
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • 0-60 MPH: 2.9 sec (est.)

The 296 GTB is Ferrari’s only V6-powered automobile, having been introduced just last summer. It’s a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 combined with a plug-in hybrid powertrain in this case. They produce a combined 818 horsepower and 546 pound-feet of torque, allowing for a 0-60 time of under 2.9 seconds. It even has a fully electric driving range of 16 miles.

The basic price of the 296 GTB is expected to be roughly $321,000, making it Maranello’s finest value for money in terms of horsepower per dollar. It also teases the future Purosangue SUV, which will most likely be powered by the same V6 engine.

6. Ferrari 812 GTS: $404,494

  • Engine: 6.5-liter V12
  • Power: 789 HP / 530 LB-FT
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • 0-60 MPH: 2.8 sec (est.)

Despite Ferrari eliminating the 812 Superfast from its catalogue in favour of the more racing-oriented 812 Competizione and equally open-top Competizione A, the open-top 812 GTS is still available. The grand tourer is still stunning and accelerates to 60 mph in about 2.8 seconds.

The GTS, like the 812 coupe, can be customised with an astonishing array of exterior colours, wheel styles, and inside leather treatments, as well as high-end options like carbon fibre racing seats.

7. Ferrari SF90 Stradale: $507,300

The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is the company’s first production plug-in hybrid sports vehicle, and it’s a two-seater with an equally uncommon all-wheel-drive system. It’s propelled by a 4.0-liter V8 engine with twin turbochargers and three electric motors (two in front and another at the rear). The SF90 Stradale now has the highest power output of any V8-equipped Ferrari to date, with a mind-boggling 986 horsepower.

It’s expected to hit 60 mph in around 2.5 seconds thanks to an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. It has a 15.5-mile electric-only range, so don’t expect to fly past the gas station (it’s rated at 18 mpg in combined city/highway driving). It’s also a really attractive coupe, with plenty of outward stylistic excess.

While we don’t have information on option prices, add-ons include the usual assortment of painted brake calipers, wheel choices, interior colors, seat treatments, and a choice of titanium or black ceramic exhaust pipes.

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8. Ferrari SF90 Spider: $570,000 (est.)

  • Engine: 6.5-liter V12
  • Power: 819 HP / 510 LB-FT
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • 0-60 MPH: 2.6 sec (est.)

If the closed-roof SF90 Stradale is too small for you, the drop-top SF90 Spider might be a better option. The Spider denotes the convertible version of Ferrari’s most powerful road car, as per the brand’s usual nomenclature. It’s substantially more expensive than its sister, with an estimated starting price of $570,000, but auditory access to that twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 doesn’t come cheap.

9. Ferrari 812 Competizione: $601,570

  • Engine: 6.5-liter V12
  • Power: 819 HP / 510 LB-FT
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • 0-60 MPH: 2.6 sec (est.)

In Ferrari Land, every coupe is accompanied by a Spider. The 812 Competizione A, which stands for Aptera, is a convertible version of the new 812 Competizione. Adding the A costs roughly $70,000 more than the tin-top variant, as is customary. It’s also a little slower because to the extra weight that comes with opening a car up to the sky.

10. Ferrari Monza SP1/SP2: $1,750,000

  • Engine: 6.5-liter V12
  • Power: 799 HP / 530 LB-FT
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • 0-60 MPH: 2.7 sec (est.)

The terrifyingly costly Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 models are open-top speedsters with a postmodern profile reminiscent of postwar Ferraris. Instead of a windshield, the cabin has a “virtual windshield” that channels air around it. This is believed to allow for unobstructed forward view, similar to that of a Formula One car.

They’re the first in a series of limited-edition “Icona” (icon, in English) cars, with the 499 units available long gone among Ferrari’s most devoted (and wealthy) clients. The SP1 is a one-seater, featuring a solid panel in place of the passenger seat of the two-seater SP2. A front-hinged one-piece carbon fibre hood houses a 799-horsepower 6.5-liter V12 engine that permits a 0-60 mph time of under three seconds. These particular versions are rumoured to cost between $1,750,000 and $2,300,000 new, and are likely to fetch considerably more on the auction block.

11. Ferrari Daytona SP3: $2,300,000

  • Engine: 6.5-liter V12
  • Power: 828 HP / 514 LB-FT
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • 0-60 MPH: 2.6 sec (est.)

The achingly cool Daytona SP3, which is the third model in Ferrari’s unique Icona line, is the brand’s newest model. It’s the most expensive and exclusive Ferrari you could buy right now, with a price tag of $2,300,000 and all 599 examples already sold… if you could afford one.

While the Daytona SP3 has a gorgeous look, it also features the most aerodynamic body the prancing horse has ever made. The 812 Competizione’s naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine is used, although it’s placed amidships and delivers somewhat more power thanks to revised parts.

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Anuj Farkade Co-Founder Autobizz | Automotive Engineer | Fresh out of college, immensely passionate about automobiles along with a flair for writing. Looking forward to being a part of this industry and joining it's glorious journey


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