2016 Ferrari LaFerrari

RM Sotheby's London 2021
Saturday, 6 November 2021
£2,142,500 ($2,890,466)
Sale Price
£2,200,000 - £2,500,000
Est. Range
6 November 2021
Sold Date
Lot Number
Unrestored Original
RM Sotheby's
Auction House
LHD. 6262/949hp V-12 hybrid, 7-speed dual-clutch automatic, forged alloy wheels painted in grigio, automatic suspension lifter, nero-finished brake calipers, Ferrari track telemetry, track inner camera kit, embossed Prancing Horse logos on the headrests, integrated audio system, F150 plaque on the steering wheel, Topaz self-healing paint protection film on the entire exterior, color-matched luggage.

Evaluation: Sold new in Switzerland with special order paint and represented as the only LaFerrari in this color combination. Only 918 miles and two owners from new. The paint finish remains perfect with no swirls. The wheels, tires, and brakes look like new. Even the shiny carbon fiber surfaces in the footwell are unmarked. However, a three-digit odometer reading and mint condition are the rule, not the exception for LaFerraris, and what really sets this one apart is its lovely and unique color combination.

Bottom Line: Prior to its time on the stage, there was speculation in parts of the automotive press that this LaFerrari would be a record-breaker. We weren’t so sure, because while record prices for collector cars have become a regular occurrence in 2021, and even though this was the first LaFerrari offered at a U.K. public auction since 2018, values for these hybrid hypercars have dipped since they first hit the collector market a few years ago. They’re no longer considered the most cutting-edge hybrid Ferrari, and there are some questions out there about the difficulty in maintaining the car’s tricky hybrid battery system.

Several examples have sold for more money than this on both sides of the Atlantic, and this one doesn’t even crack the top five. That doesn’t make it a bad result, just a realistically estimated and realistically bought Ferrari.

by Andrew Newton
13 November 2021
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Parts car.
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