At the last year’s Paris Motor Show, Ferrari showed the model LaFerrari Aperta, whose production is limited to only 209 units (at a price of about $3.5 million per piece). Nevertheless, the Italians now made another one – the 210th copy.
This copy will be presented to the public on September 9th in Maranello, and this is part of celebrating the 70th anniversary of Ferrari. It will then be sold at RM Sotheby’s auction, with an estimate that it will cost between €3 and €4 million ($3,5 and $4,7 million).
The car is in red and with white racing bands, and all the proceeds from its sale will be donated to charity.
LaFerrai Aperta is powered by the V12 petrol engine and electric motor, the combined power of 963 hp and 900 Nm. The car accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in less than three seconds, up to 200 km/h in less than seven seconds, up to 300 km/h takes 15 seconds and can reach max 350 km/h.