It’s true than hypercars command very high prices right now, but paying up to $8.5 million for a LaFerrari is, even by those standards, a bit too much.
And yet, that’s the estimated value of this LaFerrari Aperta, which will hit the auction block in Arizona at a RMSothebys’ event on January 17. As for the lower estimate, it sits at a still eye-watering $6.5 million.
In return, the winning bidder will get one of the 210 examples of the Italian supercar produced by Maranello. It was shipped to Ferrari of Beverly Hills last year, featuring in Nero Daytona paint with red accents and being fitted with all optional extras available, including the full carbon fiber package.
The Italian hybrid supercar has only 1,500 miles (2,414 km) on the clock. This can only be considered as good news for anyone lucky enough to afford paying the full price, as they will enjoy a new exotic model that’s been barely been driven but nevertheless was serviced earlier this month by Ferrari of Beverly Hills.
The Aperta is accompanied by all original accessories, such as the car cover, top cover, owner’s manuals and spare key. Also, the future owner doesn’t have to worry about that expensive paint being chipped, as a factory clear bra is said to have been applied to the front end.
Still, as expensive as this example may be, it’s worth noting that the final LaFerrari Aperta was sold last year for a staggering $9.98 million.