Seven-figure Ferrari F150 already sold out

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We’re yet to officially see the new Ferrari F150, the much anticipated successor to the Enzo. It’s expected Ferrari will produce only 499 F150s and according to Fiat CEO, Sergio Marchionne, the car is already sold out.

Not a bad effort for a car which will likely have an asking price of €1 million. That equates to $1.3 million of our money. Although, should any F150s find their way down under expect the driveaway price to be much closer, or even beyond, $2 million. Scary!

Still, in exchange for your seven figures Ferrari will oblige with an intoxicating 900hp supplied by a 6.3 litre V12 and HY-KERS electric hybrid system. Hmm, that sounds very tempting, shame they’re all sold.

[Source: Automotive News Europe]

11 replies on “Seven-figure Ferrari F150 already sold out”

Whats the bet that if you are really ready to plonk down $1.3m they’ll ‘magically’ find one for you.

Has happened with all the other “limited production” Ferrari, I don’t see why this would be any different – after all they are a company out there to make money.

I wouldn’t put my money on a car that hasn’t been released. I guess I’ll never own a new Ferrari, but I guess I won’t risk owning a lemon either 😉

Matt, this car would be sold out no doubts. The hyper cars in the Ferrari range only comes once in a while, and you can’t even buy them. You have to be Ferrari owner and typically owned multiple ferraris. A lot of them will already own a F40, F50, Enzo already. Bet you Lindsay Fox already ordered one.

Way, you could be right but I was told that final production numbers of the F40 and F50 and Enzo were increased to accept all orders/down payments despite them telling everyone they wouldn’t make more. I’ll see if I can dig up the final numbers for each of them.

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