This rare vehicle has been the only Nero F50 to have survived in North America. Its color is black and is bidding price expected to hit at $3 to $3.5 million; it is no secret that the surpassing price for this type of a rare Ferrari has been much higher – so no surprises are expected.
The car dates back to 1995, and its model is still fantastic and unique, with its Formula-1 elements suggesting stability on the road, potency and speed. The car’s heart is a 4.7L V12, also influenced by Formula 1 design. The Brembo four-piston brakes and carbon fiber shell gracefully reduce the weight to 2077 pounds, which enables the car to cover a standing mile in a little over thirty seconds. A six-speed manual gear box maintains the car’s old-school sense of elegance.
The F50’s design has now become an ultimate classics in the world of Ferrari vehicles. Its Formula 1 design elements have become an outstanding example of a classy sports vehicle, and its manual transmission makes it an attractive alternative to newer models for those drivers who associate sportscar excitement with a stick. The auction on January 20th, in Arizona, is supposed to be one-of-a-kind.