What is the most expensive Ferrari in the world in 2021? We have listed 10 examples of the highest-priced supercars, rare sports cars and classic vehicles.
Ferrari 812 Superfast
The Ferrari 812 Superfast 2020 is an example of what happens when automakers commit to making vehicles that offer the best performance that money can buy. With nearly 800 horses under its hood, the coupe delivers incredible power, facilitating a zero to 60 mph sprint that lasts less than three seconds. There’s also a certain practicality at play, as the 812 Superfast offers more cargo space than a regular supercar — just making it a pretty accommodating option for everyday travel. Fuel savings were poor, and the $330,000-plus 812 Superfast price made it accessible to only a handful of very lucky people.
Ferrari 488 Pista Spider
Ferrari 488 Pista Spider – almost every word in that sentence sounds amazingly Italian and expensive. Starting at about $350,000, the second observation is 100% accurate. With gte racing pedigree and parts brought to the road car, it’s worth the money spent on those wanting the fastest drop-top Ferrari supercar sold today. With its award-winning 3.9-litre twin-turbo V8 engine, the Pista Spider produces 710 stratospheric horsepower and 568 lb-ft of torque.
With power delivered to the rear wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch F1 gearbox, this is a race car for the highway that has some aerodynamic improvements, and little comfort. Nevertheless, it is quite suitable for use on the back roads, and when the weather is nice, you can withstand as much noise as possible by dropping the roof. Despite the additional mass attached, the 488 Pista Spider drove to Ferrari’s famous Fiorano test track in just 1: 21.5 – almost two seconds slower than the innovative LaFerrari hypercar.
Ferrari SF90 Stradale
After LaFerrari paved the way for hybridization as a way to improve performance rather than just save the environment, Ferrari has worked hard to find the best way to emulate Benjamin Franklin and harness electricity for the greater good of the supercar industry. To that end, stradale’s Ferrari SF90 is lightning in a bottle – a new era of performance for the performance everyone wants. Not only is the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine installed in the middle the most powerful ever dropped to something that wears a jingkrak horse badge at 769 horsepower, but it’s also coupled with three electric motors that produce an extra 217 hp; in European terms, 1,000 metric horses are on the cards, making the SF90 the most powerful production series Ferrari has ever made. 0-62 mph takes 2.5 seconds, top speed is north at 211 mph,
Ferrari 599 Pininfarina 2011
Only 230 cars were made for the U.S., each with a $621,600 MSRP. Since each allotment has been sold previously to collectors, no two examples are identical. The option can easily add $150,000 to a window sticker, and as a result, the Ferrari F12tdf will typically sell for more than $1 million.
Ferrari Monza SP2
Ferrari made only a total of 499 SP1 and SP2 units, placing Ramsay in the exclusive owners group. At a price of about $2 million,
The Monza SP2 is not an ideal vehicle to drive in rainy weather, and it’s scattered in this video. Perhaps, Ramsay could ask passengers to hold umbrellas on the way home. Ferrari adapts the roadster to a Virtual Wind Protector that diverts airflow from passengers while on the road, but this technology may not prevent wet drizzle.
This car power comes from the 6.5 liter V12 which produces 809 horsepower (603 kilowatts). The automaker reported that the model reached speeds of 62 miles per hour (100 kilometers per hour) in 2.9 seconds and a top speed of more than 186 mph (300 kph).
Ferrari FXX-K Evo
For the unk know, the Ferrari LaFerrari FXX K Evo is a $2.6 million, 1,036 hp V-12 hybrid that you can’t drive on the highway and you can’t race in any series. For the first few years of his ownership, remained with Ferrari.
The car carries a very extreme racing engine and has an extra modern and sophisticated aerodynamic device. This race car will be the most car in the hunt by many people
Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio
Italian design house Pininfarina made only six units of this model and sold them to elite invitees which made it a much sought-after collectible. Sergio is based on the Ferrari 458 spider but offers a completely new interior and body. Its 4.5-liter V8 engine delivers 562 hp of power to the rear wheels. In addition, Sergio is faster and lighter than the 458 and handles better as well. Plus, it’s packed with interesting features like an aerodynamic headrest and a renovated interior.
Price: $3 million
Ferrari 288 GTO 1984
400 bhp, 2,855 cc dohc mid-mounted V-8 engine with twin IHI turbocharger, Behr intercooler, and Weber-Marelli electronic fuel injection, five-speed manual transmission, four-wheel independent suspension, and four-wheel ventilated disc brakes. Wheelbase: 96.4 inches.
Price: $ 3.2 million
Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta
Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta limited edition will be auctioned at a request price of $4.5 million. this car is a new limited edition special series, and just a few examples. LaFerrari Aperta is an open version of LaFerrari. Initially, 200 cars were sold with nine extras reserved for use during Ferrari’s 70th Anniversary celebrations. One more unit was later sold at auction.
1962 Ferrari 250 GTO
This is ferrari’s most expensive car. At the Monterey 2018 car week auction, the most expensive car sold was the 1962 Ferrari GTO 250 which broke the record of $48.4 million dollars to become the most expensive car ever sold at auction.