A STUNNING one-off Ferrari is heading to auction and is set to make the owner a lovely profit.
The 2014 Ferrari LaFerrari is up for sale with RM Sotheby’s and is estimated to sell for as much as $4.5million.
The owner is American car collector Greg Whitten, who still holds the record for the most expensive Ferrari ever sold at auction.
Back in 2018, he sold his classic 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO for a mind-boggling $48.4million.
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He is the only owner of this LaFerrari which is unique among the 499 cars ever made.
That’s because of its colour – a custom metallic blue called ‘Blue Electtrico’ applied at Ferrari’s factory in Italy.
Inside Whitten went from a ‘Crema’ leather interior, which looks incredible next to the vivid blue paint.
Given a LaFerrari cost around £1million when new, allowing for running costs there’s a potential £2.5million profit up for grabs.
This car is in perfect condition and has only covered 3,186 miles since it was built.
The LaFerrari was the pinnacle of Ferraris in its day, doing battle with Porsche and McLaren for the ultimate hypercar crown.
It’s fitted with a 789hp V12 petrol engine, but also an electric motor taking the combined power to a huge 949hp.
A sprint from 0-62mph takes just 2.4 seconds and the LaFerrari will go on to 218mph with enough road.
It goes under the hammer at RM Sotheby’s Arizona auction on 26th Janurary 2023.