The Pininfarina Sergio concept has evolved into a production version which will be commercialized as the Ferrari Sergio. Only six care will ever be made and all of them are based on the Ferrari 458 Spider and have already been sold. The car pays tribute to Sergio Pininfarina and from concept to production it has lost some of the exciting looks but it’s still a delight to see from just about any angle. The front fascia has been mostly carried over from the concept with its black accents while the “negative” rear window and special roll bar with built-in air intakes make the car stand out.
The Ferrari Sergio benefits from a ventilated rear engine cover and has received a dual exhaust system along with circular taillights. Also on the menu is a rear diffuser and forged alloy wheels sourced from the aforementioned concept. The interior cabin has been largely borrowed from the Ferrari 458 Spider but with different leather & Alcantara sport seats, carbon fiber trim and red contrasting stitching. There’s also a Sergio badge on the dashboard along with a flat-bottomed steering wheel.
Motivation of the Ferrari Sergio is provided by a V8 4.5-liter engine that churns 605 HP (445 kW) which allows the vehicle to run the 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) sprint in only 3 seconds.