Remember the Prima sedan from Tata, unveiled at the 2010 Auto Expo held in Delhi? The gorgeous looking concept left many of us wondering, how can Tata possibly pull-off such a beautiful looking car? It was all thanks to Pininfarina, the famous Italian design house, which works extensively for Ferrari. And to commemorate the work done by Sergio Pininfarina, Ferrari revealed an ultra rare production model named Ferrari Sergio.
To all who don't know who Mr. Sergio Pininfarina is- he is considered as one of the greatest car designers of our time, who designed some of the most beautiful Ferraris. Ferrari and Pininfarina decided to commemorate the work done by Sergio Pininfarina after he passed away in 2012, by producing an ultra-rare car, which they recently unveiled in images. The concept roadster is limited to six units only and is already sold out.
Under the hood, the car will be powered by a familiar 4.5 litre twin-turbo V8 engine, which is capable of producing 605 bhp of power. Inside the cabin, the car takes cues from the 458 Italia and includes leather/alacantera trim, red contrast stitching, carbon fibre trim and a flat bottom steering with a Sergion badge on it.
The design of the car looks heavily inspired from the beautiful looking 458 Italia. The noticeable similarities include the design of the tail lamps and the diffuser section. The difference, though, can be seen through the front fascia, which houses a sporty look and custom built alloy wheels. The side profile also looks more sporty in this limited edition car.
Only six of the cars will be ever produced and 1 of them is already delivered to the SBH Royal Auto Gallery in Abu Dhabi.