That works out to costing a little over $5,000 a mile.
Before buyers consider essential options like a carbon-fiber cup holder, the base Ferrari F12 Berlinetta will cost them a cool $315,888. That’s a hell of an investment and one you’d want to try and get the most from. You can imagine the disappointment then of this particular owner from Dubai who managed to cause some serious damage to his V12-powered Prancing Horse after putting just 100 km on the clock. If deemed a write-off, that works out to costing just over $5,000 a mile. Ouch. Hat tip to mpougnet.