The 2015 Geneva Motor Show is flooded with cars and people. Amongst the concepts and the supercars that were unveiled over the past few days, one very special car needs to be highlighted-the Ferrari Sergio.
This was a very special place to showcase the production model since the concept was showcased here in 2013, during the Motor Show, a year after the legendary Sergio Pininfarina passed away.
The company, later along with Ferrari came up with the concept and decided to make production models of the car. They had to put in a lot of work to make the concept street legal.
This wasn't a problem for Pininfarina since they had already had a vision while designing the concept.
The Ferrari Sergio was finally put into production but was limited to just six examples and the were sold out even before the news went around.
Each of the six examples have personal touches wanted by its owners and are in six unique colours.
The car is based on a Ferrari 458 Spider. Although the interiors have had personalised touches as per customer needs, the engine has not had any modifications. The Ferrari Sergio is powered by a 4.5-litre, V8 heart, tweaked to deliver 562 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque.
The car has an impressive top speed of 200 mph and a fast sprint from 0 to 62 mph in 3.2 seconds. The car is lighter than the original Ferrari 458 Spider because Pininfarina has decided to take away the roof and offer it to customers without it.