Ferrari has officially pulled the wraps off the production version of the Pininfarina Sergio Concept.
Originally unveiled not too long ago, the Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio Concept has recently received a production version. The model has been designed in order to pay tribute to Sergio Pininfarina, who helped cement the long partnership with the Maranello based automaker, and it has been based on the 458 Spider. We can instantly notice that the production Ferrari Sergio has been drastically toned down compared to the one off vehicle.
Despite this, the changes applied to its body make it instantly recognizable and we can notice the new front fascia, the unique roll bar with the integrated air intakes, the black accents, the dual exhaust system, the circular taillights, the rear diffuser, the ventilated rear engine cover or the Sergio specific forged alloy wheels, amongst others.
The cabin of the supercar has been carried over from the 458 Spider and here we can find the Alcantara / leather sport seats, the carbon fiber trim, the flat bottomed steering wheel, the red contrast stitching and also the Sergio emblem on the dashboard. No performance specifications have been released yet but we do know that the 4.5 liter V8 engine is found under its hood, with 605 HP (445 kW). Only six units of the Ferrari Sergio will be produced and all of them have been sold out already.