Ad claims production will be limited to 70 units.
According to a posting on Mobile.de, Investment Cars GmbH is selling a Rosso red LaFerrari Spider for €4,285,714 ($4,885,285) before the 19% value added tax is factored in to raise the gross price to a staggering €5,100,000 ($5,811,348).
There's some obvious questions about the posting's legitimacy but the company claims it has "years of experience" and finds cars through "unique and direct contact with private collectors." This could potentially pan out as Marchionne has said "potential customers have already been approached" about buying the car. We still have our doubts but the ad claims LaFerrari Spider production will be limited to 70 units.
Ferrari has been tight-lipped about the car but previous reports have suggested the model will come with conventional doors and a removable roof that consists of two separate panels. Power will likely be provided by a 6.3-liter V12 engine that is backed up by an electric motor. This enables the LaFerrari coupe to produce a combined maximum output of 963 horsepower. The LaFerrari Spider will likely be slightly slower than the coupe which runs from 0-62 miles per hour in less than three seconds before hitting a top speed in excess of 217 mph.