Pininfarina Sergio to cost three million euros, limited to six units

We’ve heard some interesting news from Pininfarina as the spectacular Sergio concept has some chances of entering limited production of only 5-6 units. Prepare your wallets and bank accounts as the car is expected to cost somewhere in the region of no less than three million euros. The car is based on the Ferrari 458 Italia and was developed as a tribute to Sergio Pininfarina who passed away last July at the age of 85. This interesting concept measures 4550mm in length, 1940mm in width and 1140mm in height. It tips the scales at 1,280 kg (2,821 lbs) and adopts a two-seat layout without a windscreen.

Power comes from a 4499cc V8 engine linked to a seven-speed sequential transmission which allows the Sergio to do the 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) run in under 3.4 seconds, en route to a top speed of about 199 mph (320 km/h).

Pininfarina said they know already the changes necessary which have to be made so that the Sergio will become street legal. It can be driven in Europe without a windscreen as long as the people inside the car are wearing helmets. For those not fond of helmets, Pininfarina will probably install a windscreen.

Source: europe.autonews.com

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