Here’s one way to make a quick profit of over €1 million: pay €1.3 million ($1.77 million) for a Ferrari LaFerrari and then sell it for €2.38 million ($3.25 million).
Of course, to do that you need to be on Ferrari's top owners list, which is not that easy. Although only 499 LaFerraris will be built, it appears that the owner of the very first production model has already decided to sell the car.
Sporting a No.1 of 499 badge, the first production LaFerrari has surfaced on the website of luxury used car dealer SEMCO from Munich, Germany. The Italian exotic is listed for €2.38 million (including VAT) and has only 200 kilometers (124 miles) on the odometer.
So, for those who can afford a LaFerrari but couldn’t get on the carmaker’s list, this red LaFerrari provides a much simpler albeit pricier way to get hold of one.
The performance of Ferrari's fastest car will certainly make the owner forget about the €1 million premium: the hybrid LaFerrari has a total output of 950HP (963PS) and sprints from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in less than 3 seconds.
By Dan Mihalascu