Is A 2017 Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta Really Worth Over $5 Million?
Only has 161 miles on the odometer!by Alina Moore, on LISTEN 02:58
Ferrari’s classic cars are known for selling for big bucks. For example, back in 2018, a 1963 250 GTO was auctioned for $70 million, while a 1962 250 GTO found a new owner for the impressive amount of $48.4 million. The list of most expensive Ferraris also includes the 335 Sport Scaglietti ($35,7 million), the 290 MM Spider Scaglietti ($28 million), and the 275 GTB/C Speciale ($27 million).
But where exactly does the LaFerrari Aperta stand in this hierarchy?
Built between 2016 and 2018, the LaFerrari Aperta was limited to only 210 units, making it quite a rare beauty. When you factor in the fact that the LaFerrari was the first Ferrari to have a hybrid drive system, you can imagine that the supercar will never sell on the cheap.
This specific unit was delivered new to The Collection of Coral Gables, Florida, and shortly after, it was acquired by the current owner. The supercar is finished in Rosso Corsa, while the interior offers black leather and Alcantara upholstery with red accents. The best part: the odometer only shows 161 miles!
And as said, the new owner had to pay a lot for it: $5,360,000! Of course, it is not as impressive as the sum that would pay for the 250 GTO, for example, but it is still more than double the cost of a brand new Aperta in 2016.
So, what does the new owner get for the money? A supercar featuring a HY-KERS system that combines a 6.3-liter V-12 engine with one electric motor. The system delivers a combined output of 950 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of twist, enough for a 0 to 60 mph sprint in under 3 seconds and a top speed of over 217 mph.
This specific unit is equipped with quad-exit exhaust, a rear camera and parking sensors, enamel Scuderia Ferrari door shields, bi-xenon headlights, and a carbon-fiber windshield frame and roof trim panel - an option that added $41k to the final price. It also features an optional $71k visible carbon-fiber hardtop. It rides on five-spoke forged alloy wheels featuring center-lock hubs, and it has 265/30ZR19 front and 345/30ZR20 rear Pirelli P Zero tires.