LaFerrari production was restarted for one very special reason.
Back in August a magnitude 6.0 earthquake rocked Central Italy, killing 300 people and reducing towns to rubble. To aid in the rebuilding efforts Ferrari announced that one last LaFerrari would be built and auctioned off for charity in the days immediately following the disaster. The automaker has teamed up with the National Italian American Foundation's Earthquake Relief Fund and RM Sotheby's to hold the auction, which will take place during the Ferrari Finali Mondiali weekend at the Daytona International Speedway.
The sale is set for December 3rd and will include remote bidders as well as those in attendance at the Finali Mondiali Dinner, the event where the actual auction will take place. Since this LaFerrari is a one-off for charity it is just a bit more special than the 499 models made for public consumption. If you look closely you'll notice the Italian flag on the nose and two white stripes that run the length of the hybrid supercar. The interior, which we don't have a photo of, is said to be a one-of-a-kind design as well. As with all things super rare a commemorative plaque will also be included in the package. That plaque is going to cost a pretty penny to own. This is the world's last LaFerrari after all and the proceeds from its sale go towards charity.
Of the few LaFerraris we saw for sale online only one carried a price tag of less than $3 million. It was priced at $2.9 million. It's safe to say this will be the most expensive Ferrari The Ferrari ever sold. The only question is, how much cash will it go for?