The Ferrari Sergio is a limited edition roadster which is based on the Ferrari 458 Spider. It was designed by Pininfarina to celebrate 60 years of Ferrari's collaboration with the Italian design house, and to commemorate the death of Sergio Pininfarina – the company's figurehead and former boss – in 2012.
It was originally revealed as a concept car at the 2013 Geneva motor show, and the positive reaction it received meant that it was decided that a total of six examples would be made with Ferrari. Each car would celebrate one decade of the co-operation between the two companies.
Paolo Pininfarina, boss of the company, said: "It's an outstanding expression of the potential of Pininfarina in 2015."
The Sergio features a 597bhp Ferrari 4.5-litre V8 engine, also found in the 458 Speciale, and can accelerate from 0-62mph in just 3.0sec.
Final assembly of the Sergios took place at Pininfarina's plant in Cambiano, Italy. All have already been accounted for, much like the recently revealed Ferrari F60 America.
Pricing for the Sergio has not been disclosed but it is estimated to have cost around £2.5m. Each one of the six cars made was specified by their owner in a series of sessions at Ferrari's atelier in Maranello.
Fabio Filippini, Pininfarina's chief designer, said: "We asked Ferrari before even drawing the car if we could do it and Luca di Montezemolo [boss of Ferrari at the time] said we had all of his support.