Italian manufacturer of exotic supercar Ferrari has recently announced that it would be launching more limited editions. They believe that their brand needs to be more exclusive and the lesser supercars they make it is better for the future.
They have now unveiled their Sergio, which has been built to honour Sergio Pininfarina. He was the founder of Pininfarina design studio, were most vehicles begin in concept form. Ferrari have used their 458 Spider as the best vehicle for this radical supercar.
Ferrari has made only six models of the Sergio and it is not surprising that all of them have already been sold. Each and every owner of these six exotics have taken a step further and customised their supercar to suit their preference. The very first Sergio has been delivered to SBH Royal Auto Gallery in UAE.
Ferrari's Sergio draws inspiration from their Sergio concept, which was showcased at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. They have diluted the extreme design and made it more subtle. The Italian manufacturer, however, has managed to maintain most of the concept styling, thus providing a concept car for street use.
The Italian manufactured unveiled its Sergio alongside their FXX K debut. It was unveiled at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi. The first Sergio was also delivered to its UAE owner at the circuit itself. The remaining five will reach their destination in due course of time.
Ferrari have provided a naturally aspirated V8, 4.5-litre engine. The Italian engineers have extracted 605 horsepower from this engine. It can accelerate from 0 to 100 kph in a matter of three seconds flat. The designers have focussed on the styling of their Sergio, to pay a fitting tribute to Sergio Pininfarina.