The last Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta roadster, which bears build number 210, will be auctioned to the highest bidder to raise money for charity.
With this being the final example of a LaFerrari Aperta built, the car will be valuable enough on that alone.
However, Ferrari has announced it has created a new design for the paintwork on the final Aperta, and its interior will be slightly more special too.
Outside, the LaFerrari will wear a metallic Rosso Fuoco (red, of course) skin with metallic Bianco Italia double racing stripes on the bonnet and rear of the car to finish of the racing-inspired livery.
This paint style is one-of-a-kind for a LaFerrari. Inside, the Aperta will score black Alcantara and shiny black carbon fiber with red leather inserts on the seats, as well as red stitching through the upholstery.
The charity benefitting from this sale, Save the Children, is an international program focusing on education. It’s likely to receive a large donation, especially as the event will be held at Ferrari’s Fiorano track. Anyone showing up will have a full wallet ready to go.
Auction house RM Sotheby’s notes that the car will not only be valuable due to its unique build and its place as the final Aperta, but also because of the benefit it has served and the story behind that.
“A wholly unique opportunity to acquire a true one-off Ferrari, this LaFerrari Aperta shall stand out from the rest due to the uniqueness of its livery and pride of place in the model’s production run.
“Not only would this be a noteworthy addition to any lucky tifosi’s [Italian for fan’s] stable, but an acquisition in support of a very worthy cause.”