How the hell is the Ferrari FXX K cheaper than a LaFerrari Aperta?
When browsing through the classifieds, as any petrolhead does, dreaming of what I'd buy when I win the lottery, this popped up.
While perusing I came across an advert on JamesEdition for a Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta for sale for an eye watering €5.2 million by Knight International who are a supercar dealer located in Dubai. At first I didn't believe the price, but a little Google search suggested that it's not as far fetched as I first thought.
Naturally you have a look at their other stock on the wesbite which also has two Ferrari FXX Ks for sale - one is sold and the other is going for €3.5 million. Beside them are two LaFerrari Apertas - again, one sold and the other for €5.2 million.
The FXX K is the ultimate version of the LaFerrari. It's a track only beast with 1,036bhp. It's raw, it's hardcore and not for the faint of hearted. Considering that you can't even buy one of these new because Ferrari has to invite you to buy the car makes it somewhat of a rarity, especially to come up for sale online.
Knight International is a Dubai based company specialising in the collection, discreet acquisition and disposal of supercars and racing cars worldwide.
The LaFerrari already fetches a huge premium of £2 million and with the Aperta having less than half of the units than the hard top, naturally it will increase in value over time, but nobody has guessed examples would sell for this much so quickly.
So why is the Aperta almost twice the price? If you've got any theories then let us know!