When the Ferrari LaFerrari first hit the US market it was priced at $1.35million and there were a few raised eyebrows. Could a car warrant such a price tag when a Porsche 918 cost almost $500k less? Well, yes, and as a result a used LaFerrari in the United States of America will now cost you $4million. No, I couldn’t quite believe the price either but given the final 500th LaFerrari was auctioned at $7million it does not seem so unreasonable.
Many would argue that this is a car that has offered at a price in the hope that someone could bite and the dealer does not really expect it to see at such a price, but given values across the globe and heavily inflated it is not difficult to see why the car is being advertised at such a price.
The car is no Rosso on Nero launch spec car either. It seems that cars that are not finished in the traditional red are reaching higher prices, this car looks gorgeous in Grigio Titanio and is being offered for sale at Ferrari Houston with just 400 miles on the clock.
As a reminder, the LaFerrari features a 6.3 litre V12 engine coupled to an advanced KY-KERS system. The Italian hybrid hypercar delivers a brutal 950 hp and 715 lb-ft of torque. Its dry kerb weight of just 1255 kg helps it dispatch 100 km/h in just 3.0 seconds.