Ferrari Sergio production version unveiled


Back in 2013 at the Geneva Motor Show we have seen the Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio Concept, a prototype that was developed as a tribute to the man that did the design of many Ferraris. Now, the Italian supercar maker has revealed the first of six production version Sergio model.

As you may have read, the Ferrari Sergio is based on the 458 Spider and features a lot of the roadster components. On the outside, the production version of the Ferrari Sergio has received the same accessories as the concept. We are talking about the front and rear spoiler, about the air diffuser and about the engine cover.

Inside of the cabin we see a new leather/Alcantara wrapped sport seats, red contrast stitching and a lot of carbon fiber accessories. In addition, there is a new flat bottomed steering wheel and a Sergio emblem on the dash.

Under the hood of the Ferrari Sergio is the same V8 4.5 liter engine rated at 605 horsepower. The same engine can power the roadster from stand still to 100 km/h in just 3 seconds, but we don’t know what the time is for the new Sergio.