Buy Your Own Ferrari Sergio For $4.1 Million

Wanna park a Ferrari Sergio in your garage? If so, then get ready to blow €3,569,500 on one, or $4,144,200 at the current exchange rates.

The car in question is being sold by a Belgium dealer, which claims that you can drive it home the next day after paying the aforementioned sum.

As for the details that should interest a potential buyer, these are the mileage – 118 km (73 mi), first registration date – January 2015, and the fact that it’s an EU-spec model, initially delivered to Switzerland.

Also, this is the example that was displayed at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, at Pininfarina’s stand, and it’s not the first time it’s being sold.

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If you’re having a hard time remembering what the Ferrari Sergio actually is, we’ll remind you that it was created to celebrate the late Sergio Pininfarina, and was put together in only six examples, all of which were sold in no time.

The supercar was based upon the Ferrari 458 Spider, welcomed a custom bodywork and more power than the usual 458s. In fact, the naturally aspirated 4.5-liter V8 engine came in the exact same specification as the one in the 458 Speciale, meaning 605 PS (597 hp / 445 kW).

Back when it was still new, the Ferrari Sergio was one of the fastest accelerating convertibles in the world, with a 0 to 100 km/h (0-62 mph) sprint time of only 3 seconds, and it’s very fast even by today’s standards.

The real question is, is it $4.1 million fast? Or would you get something else for the money like a Bugatti Chiron, a Ferrari Enzo or a Pagani Huayra?

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  • Matthew Boyd

    What the..? That’s a good investment, but a bad investment if you get what I mean. Eeven Ferrari owners will be like, you bought that?…in the highest pitched voice.

  • Bo Hanan

    What is this mess?! It’s all over the place which would explain its name… respectfully.

  • Ah yes originally owned by Nigerian businessman before he faces some problem in his country and sold the car in Europe.

    • Bash

      One would think that for a 4.1 million, a different/ unique interior would be nice to have.

  • biturboism

    It’s a unique spec on a ultra rare car. No-one cares about specs as long as they are reasonable.

  • StrangerGP

    Nah I’m good.

  • Bash

    4.1 million for what exactly?

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