What we have here in the attached footage is a very exclusive Ferrari that started out as a standard 458 Spider, but as you can see it has gone through a series of modifications courtesy of Pininfarina. It’s known as the “Sergio” to pay a proper tribute to Sergio Pininfarina and only six of these will ever be made.
When the car was unveiled in production form several months ago, it was already a sold-out model, so you can imagine how desirable the vehicle was among Ferrari customers and chances are the car’s value in time will grow significantly taking into account its connections with the famous design house and also because of its limited availability.
The car featured in this video is a US-spec version that was caught on camera at Pebble Beach featuring a very appealing blue paint scheme and riding on exclusive forged alloy wheels with a gold finish. What truly sets the Sergio apart from a regular 458 Spider is the entirely different roll bar that incorporates air intakes while the engine cover is ventilated and comes with a black finish just like the front trunk.
The back of the vehicle hosts two exhaust tips that flank a fog light similar to what you see on Formula 1 cars. Its heart and soul is a 4.5-liter V8 naturally aspirated gasoline engine pushing out 605 bhp which enables the Ferrari Sergio by Pininfarina to perform the 0-100 kmph task in as little as three seconds.
Some minor tweaks inside the cabin have also been implemented, but we just can’t see them in this video. We do know the interior boasts a Sergio emblem installed on the dashboard, along with a carbon fiber trim, flat-bottomed steering wheel and a combination of leather & Alcantara upholstery.
Details about the car’s price tag are not available at this point, but it’s safe to say the Ferrari Sergio was way more expensive than a standard 458 Spider.