In Monaco, for the first time one of the rarest Ferraris comes under the hammer. Sergio, named after the legendary designer Pininfarina, is one of only six built. Car auctions of superlatives!
One of the rarest Ferraris ever comes on May 12, 2018 under the hammer! The Sergio by Pininfarina, auctioned by the British auction house Sotheby's in Monaco, is one of only six of its kind. It is also the first time that one of the rare models is on sale in public. Of the
Sergio was built in 2015 and is based on the Ferrari A 458. The Italian design company Pinifarina modified the front and rear end and planted the 4.5-liter V8 engine of a Ferrari Speciale (605 hp) in the chassis. The model is named after the late Sergio Farina, the legendary boss of the company. The Ferrari Sergio presented at the auction is almost brand new, its previous owner, a Nigerian oil magnate drove it, according to Sotheby's less than 200 kilometers.
For the auction of the exceptional model, the auction house expects a revenue of about three million euros. In addition, there is an auction: One of the most unusual Ferraris ever to be seen: the Conciso Concept developed in Germany