After the earthquakes in August that killed at least 298 people in Umbria and Marche in Italy, Ferrari published that a 500th LaFerrari car would be made and traded off as the Enzo had been, with the incomes going toward earthquake comfort and relief. Ferrari gave the last Enzo, numero 400, to Pope John Paul II, who requested that it be traded instead for foundation, the vehicle went for more than $6 million in 2005, with incomes to assist Southeast Asian calamity tsunami unfortunates. Ferrari published that its peer, LaFerrari, would be limited to 499 units. Then approached the 209 open-top deviations.
Following Sergio Marchionne’s preference to make another car to assist the country, RM Sotheby’s oversaw to vend the 500th LaFerrari for a direct record value of $7 million. The closing vehicle has a red out with a white formation running across the hood and breed windshield as well as tiny Italian emblem up front. That value makes it easily the most high-price LaFerrari ever traded, the preceding record was $5.2 million. It’s also the most high-price 21st-century vehicle ever traded and auctioned.
Following Sergio Marchionne’s decision to build another hardtop to help the country, RM Sotheby’s managed to sell the 500th LaFerrari for an absolute record price of $7 million. The final final car has a red exterior with a white line running across the hood and rear windshield as well as small Italian flag up front.
That price makes it easily the most expensive LaFerrari ever sold; the previous record was $5.2 million. It’s also the most expensive 21st-century car ever auctioned.