The Ferrari Sergio concept car that was unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show is now available to the masses. When I say “to the masses,” I mean to the blisteringly rich and powerful, and only one unit is available. So don’t get your hopes up.
After its 2013 debut, the concept would go on to see an extremely limited, six car production run. All six cars went to hand selected buyers for approximately $1 million each. Now for the first time, a Sergio is hitting the open market at a staggering price of $5.1 million.
The Sergio is based on the Ferrari 458 Speciale and features its 597 HP naturally aspirated V8 and Ferrari’s dual clutch automatic, allowing the Sergio to hit 62 MPH in 3 seconds. What makes this car unique, however, is the exterior, which features a heavily reshaped front fascia.
The front end features a new hood, headlights, and a carbon fiber splitter, but I have to honest with you, I’m not a huge fan of the cheese wedge shape. Maybe if it was all one solid color I would like it better, but the yellow/black makes the front end look a bit too busy.
In addition to the front fascia, the Sergio also features a fully redesigned tail with an integrated dovetail spoiler and a carbon fiber engine cover.
Only 73 miles have been put on this Sergio since its owner took delivery back in 2015, which is insane. This car is begging to be driven! If you were handpicked to receive one of six Sergios, I’m thinking money isn’t an issue, so drive the crap out of it! That’s what it’s there for!