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Ferrari is set to make one last LaFerrari. The last LaFerrari, bringing the total to 500, is to be auctioned off by the company in order to raise money for the victims of the recent Italian earthquakes. The LaFerrari ceased production in 2015, but one more will be built specially for the auction. The £1.15 million tag of the LaFerrari can probably be simply exceeded with consultants expecting costs of quite £3 million for the last LaFerrari.
Demand Doubled The Production Run
The proceeds from the auction will go towards helping the victims of the Italian earthquakes, which have claimed more than 100 lives and left many more homeless. Demand for the LaFerrari more than doubled the production run meaning prices for the highly sought after car will likely skyrocket at the auction as cars on the used market already reach more than £2.5 million.
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The Pope's Enzo Sold for More Than $6 Million
Ferrari isn't any strangers to particularly creating cars for charitable functions as they antecedently auctioned off the last Ferrari Enzo, that had been talented to Pope John-Paul II, to profit the victims of the 2004 Boxing Day wave. The Enzo reached a price tag of more than $6 million and was given a special plaque with it production number of 400 and a statement of its importance.
A convertible version of the LaFerrari, dubbed the Aperta, is set to be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show in the coming weeks. Although after being first outed by Gordon Ramsey on Top Gear earlier this year.