2015 Ferrari LaFerrari

$149.3M worth of cars at RM Sotheby's Monterey
Thursday, 12 August - Saturday, 14 August
$3,250,000
Sale Price
$2,750,000 - $3,000,000
Est. Range
Yes
Reserve
14 August 2021
Sold Date
319
Lot Number
#2-
Original
RM Sotheby's
Auction House
Chassis no. ZFF76ZFA4F0211245. Rosso Corsa over black and red leather. 6262/949hp, carbon fiber fog lamps, carbon fiber mirrors, sport exhaust.

Evaluation: From the Fox collection. Driven just 787 miles and has little road wear to show for it. The front splitter has a few tiny stone chips on the carbon fiber portion. The seats show near negligible wear, although there are noticeable scuffs on the driver side floor mat.

Bottom Line: According to RM Sotheby’s, the suggested retail price on this car with its selected options was $1,451,878. But LaFerraris got a lot pricier once they hit the open market and became available to anyone with deep enough pocket and not just a select group of invitees with Ferrari connections. Most LaFerraris sold at auction have brought somewhere in the low- to mid-$3M range, as confirmed by this result and the LaFerrari over at Mecum that brought $3,410,000.

by Andrew Newton
7 September 2021

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