New Ferrari Sergio revealed 0

sergioFerrari is set to put a new model into production, named Sergio. With only six models being released the car won’t be easy to buy.

Production version photos of the car have now been released. The first model has been sold to someone within the UAE. This particular model came with Alcantara features on the seats, nicely designed red stitching details within the interior and carbon fibre extracts on the doors. The rest have already been sold too. Experts believe each model will be sold for around £2.5 million each.

The Sergio designed by Pinnfarnia

Ferrari’s Sergio model will represent the association between Pininfarina, who designed the vehicle, and Ferrari. The model is appropriately named too, with Sergio Pininfarina being the man who struck the deal between the two companies.

The concept version at Geneva

We have already seen the concept of the car at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. We already know that the mechanics of the vehicle are based upon the Ferrari 458 Spider. Not too many changes have been made since the concept has been made. The main design still remains, including the two tone colour theme on the exterior and the wonderful looking boomerang front headlights.

Of course changes have had to be made to the Sergio in order for it to be declared as road legal. With that in mind a windscreen, door mirrors and indicators have been added to the car. A new exhaust system has also been included.

Some have argued that the concept version indeed looks a lot better. However that is the usually the case with most cars. Although the production model Sergio may look tamer, the production version look very fit for purpose in our opinion.

Engine and power

With the 458 being a heavy influence on the car, it also takes the 4.5 litre engine V8 engine from it. This particular engine is able to produce an amazing 597 BHP, achieving 0 – 62 MPH in just only 3 seconds.

It is very unlikely that we’ll get to see Ferrari Sergio here in the UK, with them being such a limited edition vehicle.