Evaluation: From The Gran Turismo Collection and one-owner from new.One of only 499 built, and Ferrari’s first production car to feature an F1-derived electric motor and KERS. It’s another well-used supercar, with 24,300 miles on the clock and a good amount of chips to the nose area and side mirrors. The wheels look great. The seats look fresh but there is slight wear on the pedals and steering wheel, there is a stain on the centre console. Another high-dollar exotic that stands out in that it was driven like it was designed to be.
Bottom Line: A LaFerrari is a rare sight at any auction, but especially in the UK. Just two, including this one, have been offered there since 2018. But that didn’t translate to a massive price in either case, and in the bidders’ eyes this one’s level of use was a turnoff. This price is both under low estimate and under the car’s condition #4 value. Prices in the $3M or more range are more typical for these cars.