Ferrari Sergio channels Pininfarina spirit onto 458 Spider

The SBH Royal Auto Gallery at Abu Dhabi’s Yas Marina Circuit just took delivery of the first limited edition Ferrari Sergio roadster, one of just six made to celebrate the 60 years anniversary of the Italian automaker’s partnership with Pininfarina.

The roadster’s name pays homage to founder Sergio Pininfarina and is essentially a 458 Spider with some modifications, highlighted by the open-top and styling that nods to vintage 1960s and 1970s Pininfarina designs. Powered by a 4497 cv V-8 producing 605 hp, the car reaches zero to 100 km/h in 3 seconds flat.

The SBH Royal Auto Gallery’s model and the other five Sergios were created in “dedicated sessions” with Ferrari at an atelier in Maranello, Italy, with a great variety of points for customization. Unique to the SBH model are its three-layer red exterior paint and gold wheels with a diamond finish. The interior features black leather upholstery with red stitching and Alcantara seat inserts.

The classic Pininfarina touch can be seen in the Ferrari Sergio’s front spoiler and roll-bar, as well as the headlights and tail lights. The two-tone theme is seen in the front bonnet and rar deck, which sports the trademark air vents from previous Pininfarina-Ferrari collaborations.

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