The Last Ever Built LaFerrari Was Just Sold For A Whooping $10 Million

Ferrari originally announced that it would build 499 LaFerraris, but last year, it built a "final" example and sold it at auction, the proceeds going to an Italian earthquake-relief charity. Except, it wasn't the last LaFerrari. That's because Ferrari just sold one more LaFerrari, this time an Aperta for the Save the Children charity at this past weekend's RM Sotheby's Leggenda E Passione sale. It went for a staggering €8.3 million ($9.98 million USD).

This article was originally published on August 24th, 2017. It has been updated with new photos and further information about the auction sale. 


That's a lot of money, but this car, LaFerrari Aperta #210, will be the real final LaFerrari. Unless, of course, Ferrari decides to build another one for some reason. Who knows? Perhaps, Ferrari could take a page out of Pagani's playbook.


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LaFerrari Aperta #210 was revealed at a Ferrari 70th anniversary celebration on September 9th. The car is painted in a stunning metallic Rosso Fuoco red, accented with a Bianco Italia white double racing stripe that runs from the nose to the end of the car.

RM Sotheby's estimated that this car would fetch between €3 and €4 million (roughly $3.54 to $4.73 million USD), but considering the last LaFerrari coupe sold for $7 million, it's not surprising to see that it sold for much, much more.




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