Ferrari has revealed the production version of the Pininfarina Sergio concept that debuted at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
The Ferrari Sergio was designed to pay tribute to Sergio Pininfarina, who led the company for 40 years. The production model is based on the 458 Spider and limited to only six units.
The open-top Ferrari Sergio has sharp-looking headlights integrated into a single transparent element along with black trims. The vehicle is also fitted with a front spoiler that optimizes aerodynamic load and heat exhange. The hood is designed with a two-tone theme of red and black. The production version also gets a windscreen as opposed to the screenless concept which comes with two helmets; for obvious road safety reasons.
At the rear, it comes with circular taillights and a “negative” rear window. Ferrari also equipped the limited edition vehicle with a ventilated engine cover, dual exhaust system, diffuser and a Sergio-specific forged alloy wheels in gold.
Inside, it features a sporty cabin with leather upholstery and Alcantara seat inserts. The interior also comes with red stitching, carbon fiber trim and a three-spoke flat-bottomed steering wheel.
The Ferrari Sergio is powered by a 4.5-liter V8 engine that delivers 613 PS. It enables the vehicle to go from 0 to 100 km/h in three seconds.
As said earlier, the Ferrari Sergio is limited to six units and the Italian automaker says all of them have already been sold. The first unit was also delivered to its new owner in the UAE.