With zero miles on the clock, this rare Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta is practically factory fresh.
Few supercars can command prices as high as the ultra-limited Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta. A convertible based on the fastest car in the Ferrari fleet and limited to only 209 examples, it's not surprising that the LaFerrari Aperta is one of the most desirable Ferraris ever made. It sold out before it was even announced, and the lucky few that were chosen by Ferrari had to fork out over $2 million for the privilege of owning one, which helped the Italian automaker achieve record profits this year. It comes as no surprise, then, that dealer prices are soaring.
Take this example currently for sale at a Dubai dealership. Listed for sale at GTR Motors, this LaFerrari Aperta is finished in Rosso Corsa Red and features a black interior and optional carbon fiber roof. We won't keep you in suspense any longer: the dealer is charging a whopping $7.3 million for the drop-top supercar. That's roughly the same price that the last ever LaFerrari sold for, which set a record for the most valuable 21st century car ever sold at auction. Aside from its obvious rarity, there is a valid reason for the astounding asking price, however: it has zero miles on the clock, so you're getting one of the most sought-after Ferraris in practically factory fresh condition.
Plus, it looks comparatively cheap when you consider two LaFerraris were recently listed for a mind-boggling $22 million collectively. The LaFerrari Aperta is powered by the same 789-hp V12 and 161-hp electric motor setup as its coupe counterpart. 0-62 mph takes less than three seconds, and it will go on to 124 mph in 7.1 seconds before reaching a top speed of 217 mph.