There Is Not Enough Money on Earth to Afford This Ferrari LaFerrari with 95 Miles

Photos: BaT

Bring A Trailer, the website set up to help you find listings for no-rust Renault Dauphines with a missing engine, is selling a LaFerrari with 95 miles on it for some reason. I expect the price to land somewhere between “GDP of a small country” and “the moon.”


I do not know how someone acquires a LaFerrari, the hybrid hypercar that is, if we’re honest, probably the rawest of the hybrid hypercar trio, and only gets it to 95 miles. The Porsche 918 is heavier, the McLaren P1 still stands in the shadow of its three-seat older brother, but the LaFerrari is a V12 banshee that is lighter than the other two.

Weight is about as much as a Nissan 240SX with a cage at 2,767 pounds, horsepower is a claimed 950 with 664 lb-ft of torque, combined between gas and electric support. Redline is a rotary-shaming 9,250 rpm.


From Bring A Trailer’s listing:

This 2015 Ferrari LaFerrari is one of 499 examples built worldwide and was purchased by the selling dealer two years ago. It has been kept in his personal private collection since and now shows just 95 miles. Like the 288 GTO, F40, F50, and Enzo before it, the LaFerrari is Modena’s ultimate offering, utilizing the company’s most advanced technology. Power comes from a naturally-aspirated, 789 horsepower 6.3-liter V12 paired with a 161 horsepower electric motor, producing a total combined output of 950 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque. A 7-speed dual-clutch transmission sends power to the rear wheels, and the battery was replaced during a 2017 service. This LaFerrari is described as unmodified throughout, and it is now being offered in Florida with maintenance records from new, factory books/accessories, a clear Carfax, and a clean California title.


Bidding is currently at $2,450,000 but it has six more days to draw in as much as the combined worth of the Doge’s palace.

BaT doesn’t say why the car has such low mileage, but I’m just going to pretend that the owner was too busy fixing up their 1973 Alfa Romeo Giulia Super to get behind the wheel.


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