Ferrari has officially unveiled the production version of the Pininfarina Sergio concept. As you may have read, this is the prototype that was designed to pay tribute to Sergio Pininfarina, the guys who helped the Italian car manufacturer to forge it’s way through the history.
On the outside, the production version of the Ferrari Sergio has the same front fascia as the concept, a negative rear window and a special roll bar.
At the back of the car is a ventilated rear engine cover, special taillights and a dual exhaust system. As you may have read, the Ferrari Sergio is based on the 458 Italia roadster version.
Inside the cabin, we see the same accessories as the previous named Italian supercar but has new sport seats and, of course, a Sergio emblem on the dashboard.
Under the hood is the same V8 4.5 liter engine rated at 605 horsepower.