RM Sotheby’s will auction off a one-of-a-kind LaFerrari this weekend, with all proceeds from the sale benefitting victims of the earthquakes that struck central Italy earlier this year.
The hypercar was constructed by the automaker specifically for the charity auction, which will take place during its Finali Mondiali event on December 3rd at Daytona International Speedway. LaFerrari production was originally limited to a production run of 499 units, however Ferrari announced earlier this year a 500th was to be built to the benefit of the quake victims.
“The earthquakes which have struck Central Italy this year devastated the lives of thousands of people, and the money raised by the sale of this LaFerrari could not be put to a better use,” said RM Sotheby’s CEO Rob Myers. “The auction will be an historic event, and the generosity of Ferrari SpA will change lives in the areas most affected by the natural disaster.”
Due to a “widespread interest,” in the sale, RM Sotheby’s will be offering a variety of remote bidding options through the telephone and absentee bidding. The car itself will certainly be a collectors item seeing as it sports a special one-off livery and interior and features a commemorative plaque marking its special back story. It’s also the last LaFerrari coupe that will ever leave Maranello.
Used LaFerraris are apparently worth $11,000,000 to some people, so what do you wager what this brand new one-off example go for?