That’s three times what Ferrari originally asked for it.
We were always under the impression that LaFerrari buyers were bound by contract not to sell on their spectacular new rides for at least a few years. Yet this is the third LaFerrari we’ve seen for sale this year. The first production model we saw was carrying a price tag of 2.38M Euros, the second, a Nero-colored model in Dubai, was priced at $3.4M. The latest unused model is up for sale in Luxumberg where a dealer is asking a cheeky 3 million Euros for the hybrid hypercar.
That’s three times what Ferrari asked the original 499 owners to part with. Still, we imagine the price for these things will just keep going up, making it a sound investment despite its massive inflation.