One of the first ever examples of the LaFerrari to have been produced will cross the auction block at RM Sotheby’s upcoming Ville d’Este auction in Lake Como, Italy, and the auction house is projecting the hypercar to fetch as much as €3.2 million (about $3.5 million USD).
The car is a Rosso Corsa example with a black roof, matching black wing mirrors and a black interior with black harnesses, red accents and red seat piping. It was delivered new in April of 2014 to an Italian buyer and has travelled just 180 kilometers since then – making it virtually brand new.
The current owner of the car is the official Ferrari dealership in Salerno, Italy, Cesarmeccanica, which has owned it since 2015. According to RM Sotheby’s, the majority of the mileage has been accumulated since the car was under the dealership’s care. The initial owner, who would had to have been in good standing with Ferrari, barely drove the car at all, it would seem.
“A virtually as-new example in traditional Rosso Corsa, this LaFerrari would be a prime addition to the stable of any fans, sure to bring them into the upper echelon of collectors worldwide,” RM Sotheby’s writes in the listing for the vehicle.
Check out more photos of this almost-new LaFerrari at this link before it goees under the gavel on May 27th, 2017.