The Last LaFerrari Aperta Is Heading To Charity Auction

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Yes, it's really the last one.

Just 209 examples were built. Until now. The 210th LaFerrari Aperta, designed with a unique livery, is here and it's heading to auction. This one-of-a-kind LaFerrari Aperta is being auctioned off this Saturday, September 9, at the "Leggenda e Passione" auction organized by RM Sotheby's. Taking place at Ferrari's own Fiorano track, the final open-top LaFerrari features a metallic Rosso Fuoco body further augmented by a metallic Bianco Italia double racing stripe on the hood and rear.

The interior is smothered in black Alcantara and shiny black carbon fiber with red leather inserts on the seats and red stitching. Under the hood, the powertrain remains unchanged: a 6.5-liter V12 paired with an electric motor for a grand total of 950 hp. Ferrari won't be earning a dime from this very special car, instead all proceeds will be donated to Save the Children, an international program that focuses on education. Obviously only serious bidders will be considered. If the "regular" LaFerrari Aperta sold for almost $2 million new, and the formerly final hard top went for $7 million at auction, it's not at all hard to estimate what this one will go for in the end.

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