Rare Ferrari Sergio Emerges In Ravishing Dark Blue

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Only five more of these are alive somewhere in the world.

WhenFerrari unveiled the Pininfarina-designed Sergio at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show,we knew we wouldn't be seeing much of it around, as the company said it wouldlimit production to just six units. At last, one of these beauties came out ofhiding at the Monterey Car Week last month, showing off a stunning dark blue paintjob. Based on the Ferrari 458, the Sergio uses the 458 Speciale's 4.5-liter,600 hp engine. With each example flaunting a unique exterior color and interiorfinish, getting to see one this close up is a true treat.

Take a closer look at this Pininfarina work of art:

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