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Ferrari Sergio now a reality


THE first Ferrari Sergio has been produced as promised by the prancing horse maker. The first unit of six to be produced has been delivered to its new owner, the SBH Royal Auto Gallery in the UAE.

The gorgeous supercar was styled by Pininfarina to celebrate the spirit and values of the historic Cambiano company, in the 60th anniversary year of its collaboration with the Ferrari.

It is powered by the latest 445kW version of Ferrari’s naturally aspirated 4 497cc V8, which has won the International Engine of the Year award on three consecutive occasions. This power unit also guarantees the car sprints from 0-100 km/h in just three seconds.

The Ferrari Sergio has an extremely simple, clear style. Both its volumes and treatments of its surfaces reflect the spirit of Pininfarina’s 1960s and 70s creations for Ferrari. The two body-shell masses are melded together via a longitudinal black insert, the main styling cue of the design.  The flank is also characterised by the same black longitudinal element, which acts as both a dividing and unifying element between front and rear.

The cockpit is pared-back and functional in the extreme with the engine compartment hugging the backs of the seats. The example delivered to Abu Dhabi has three-layer red exterior paintwork and a sporty cockpit with black leather upholstery, with contrasting red stitching, Alcantara seat inserts and extensive carbon dash and door trim. It also features Sergio-specific forged wheels, in this instance gold in colour with a diamond finish.

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