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Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio Spotted in London

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As you have probably read in the news, London is considering imposing a ban on supercars cruising the city’s high streets. But they might change their mind once they see this. It’s an example of the extremely rare Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio, and it’s an honor for any city to have it on its streets!

Built as a tribute to the late Sergio Pininfarina, Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio is based on the Ferrari 458 Spider and uses the same exact running gear as the production car. It’s a pretty silly thing though. You get no boot, not windscreen, and a tight cabin, and these inconveniences will cost you three million Euros!

Well, that’s what a man from Emirates paid for the first production example of Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio last year. In total, Pininfarina is said to have made six Sergios for customers, so seeing one out in the wild is a special occasion. This car is a work of art and is bought by the kind of people who have no problem spending north of 10 million Euros on a painting.

Photos via Autogespot

Pininfarina Sergio Specs:

  • Maximum length: 4550 mm
  • Maximum width: 1940 mm
  • Maximum height: 1140 mm
  • Boot capacity: 110 litres
  • Power train (from Ferrari 458 Spider): 4499cc V8; Sequential gearbox 7M + RM
  • Package: 2 doors, 2 seats
  • Chassis: original 458 Spider
  • Cx XS: about 5% lower than the original car
  • Weight: about 1280 kg
  • Maximum speed: ~320 km/h
  • 0-100 km/h: less than 3.4 seconds

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