The Sergio is named after design legend Sergio Pininfarina - not to be confused with new company boss Sergio Marchionne - and will be limited to a production run of just six units.
The limit of six is a nod to Ferrari’s 60-year relationship with Pininfarina, and each example has been tweaked by its owner with personalising effects.
This means each one is more or less unique, but all will be powered by the 419kW/540Nm 4.5 litre naturally-aspirated V8 from the Ferrari 458 Spider with which the Sergio shares much of its hardware.
The Sergio matches the 458’s 0-100km/h time of around 3.4 seconds, and uses the same seven-speed dual clutch automatic transmission.
Fans may be disappointed to see that the original styling of the Sergio concept from the 2013 Geneva Motor Show has been toned down for production, with the split ‘racing nose’ front now enclosed by mesh.
The rear if anything has received additional padding in its step-up from concept production, but the single ‘three-shape’ rear tailpipe from the concept has been replaced by more conventional twin exhaust outlets.
Inside you’ll find the usual outlay of carbon fibre and leather but beyond that, it’s unclear which options the six owners have selected for their respective rides.
The Sergio was unveiled at the same time as the FXX K track version of Ferrari’s LaFerrari hypercar, and both carry price tags well into seven-figure territory.
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