Just 499 examples of the LaFerrari were produced, with each of them selling for $1.7 million – a significant sum but not unheard of for a supercar.
Since the LaFerrari was launched, second hand prices of the hypercar have spiked dramatically. A matte black example sold at an Artcurial auction earlier this year for $4.7 million. That appears to be the average going rate for a Laferrari, however a German dealership recently raised the bar by quite a lot, listing a red example for a shocking € 10 million ($11 million USD).
We’re not sure what the dealer’s justification for pricing the car so high is, but it’s probably a bit kind to assume they’ve done it for reason other than greed. There’s nothing inherently special about this certain LaFerrari and with 1,700 kilometers on the odometer, it hasn’t been driven sparingly in the short time it’s been registered.
So if you’re looking for a rip off deal on an already expensive car, head on over to Mobile to view the listing.