Sultry Ferrari Sergio Unveiled in Abu Dhabi
You’ll notice that these pictures of the Ferrari Sergio differ some from the original concept. That’s because they needed to add things like windshields to make the car road-legal. But some things haven’t changed, and that’s the performance.
Ferrari pulled the covers off the extremely-limited Sergrio in Abu Dhabi, and confirmed the first one has already been delivered to a customer.
This special edition Ferrari is dedicated to Pininfarina’s founder, and is built on top of the Ferrari 458 platform. Unlike a regular 458, the Sergio makes 605 hp and can make the run to 60 miles-per-hour in just 3 seconds. Do you want one? Too bad, all six of them are already sold out.
Ferrari delivered the first of six cars to the dealership in Abu Dhabi by way of the Yas Marina F1 Circuit. Ferrari also showed off the LaFerrari FXX K at Yas Marina, lapping the circuit with it. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize that both of these cars were designed to be sold primarily in the Middle East.
Inside, the Sergio looks more like the 458 that it is based on. But the buyer can spec the car anyway that they want. The wheels are exclusive to the Sergio, but not the color. So if you are one of the six buying a Sergio you don’t have to have those polarizing gold wheels.
Each owner flew to Maranello to have a one-on-one design session with Ferrari, specifying their car exactly the way they want it. It’s good to be king.
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