Martin Aguilar / Pininfarina | October 30, 2014 14:28
Ferrari just got more exclusive
Ferrari just got more exclusive as the Italian automaker comfirmed the production of the Pininfarina Sergio.
The Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio is limited to only six units and all of it have already been reportedly sold to customers in the United States, Europe and Asia. According to CNN.com, customers who bought the vehicle have “made their commitment before the car design has been finalized.”
The vehicle was first revealed as a concept during the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. It was designed in collaboration with Italian automotive design firm Pininfarina.
The Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio doesn't have a windshield, but comes with two helmets. The vehicle is fitted with a front spoiler that optimizes aerodynamic load and heat exchange. It also has an aerodynamic deflector in front of the cockpit, a roll bar designed as a wing surface and a circular taillights on the rear.
The exact price of the Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio was not disclosed by the company.