Top 10 Ferrari Special and Limited Edition Models When its comes to supercars, Ferrari is one of the most exclusive and legendary brands in the world. The brand goes beyond just cars, with the logo being featured on watches, clothing, shoes, and toys. Everything that Ferrari touches becomes limited, unique, and special.
With that in mind, we decided to put together a list of the most recent and best 10 Ferrari Special and Limited Edition models. Let’s get started. Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta
Since the debut of the Ferrari LaFerrari, the successor to the brand’s Enzo halo supercar, fans have been keeping their eye out for a convertible version. The total production run for the Ferrari LaFerrari was restricted to 209 cars at the time of launch (Sept. 2016), of which 200 were already spoken for. We’re pretty sure the remaining nine have also found a home. Ferrari J50
Ferrari is all about celebrating the brand’s regional anniversaries. During its 50th anniversary in Japan, Ferrari released a very limited bespoke car called the Ferrari J50. Power for the Ferrari J50 comes from a 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 engine making 680 hp. Ferrari Sergio
Pininfarina and Ferrari have a been in a relationship since at least 1951. To honor Sergio Pininfarina, with whom Enzo Ferrari created one of the most successful design partnerships in history, Ferrari created a limited-edition supercar based on the 458 Spider. Power for the Ferrari Sergio comes from a 4.5-liter V8 engine that pumps out a total of 597 hp allowing it to run from 0 to 62 mph in just three seconds flat. Ferrari F12 TRS
Ferrari has a long history of creating one-off supercars for its most elite clients. Recently, Ferrari created a one-off model called the F12 TRS, which was developed due to a client’s request for an extreme open-top version of the F12berlinetta. The Ferrari F12 TRS is powered by a 730-hp 6.3-liter V12 engine that propels it from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.1 seconds and to 100 mph in just 7.1 seconds. While we don’t know the price tag of this extremely exclusive F12 Berlinetta, we’re pretty sure it cost a pretty penny. Ferrari SP12 EC
The Ferrari SP12 EC is a one-off supercar that was created for musician Eric Clapton who himself is a pretty big Ferrari enthusiast. The SP12 EC pays homage to the Berlinetta Boxers of yore — both 365 and 512 — and is based on the 458 Italia. The car cost $4.7 million to build, which we’re pretty sure wasn’t a problem for Eric Clapton who is an 11-time Grammy-winning artist. Ferrari P540 Superfast Aperta
The Ferrari P540 Superfast Aperta is a result of Ferrari and Pininfarina’s Special Projects program. The one-off model was built exclusively for an American client. Wondering who this American client is? His name is Edward Walson, son of John Walson, the inventor of cable TV.
When Ferrari’s special program team isn’t busy catering to celebrities or other rich clients, the brand focused on celebrating its own history. Meet the Ferrari 458 Speciale A. No the “A” doesn’t stand for “awesome” or “amazing” - it stands for "Aperta," which is Italian for “open." Ferrari says that the 458 Speciale A is a limited-edition model that celebrates the success of the various versions of the 458. Only units of the Ferrari 458 Speciale A are in existence and each is powered by a 4.5-liter V8 engine that produces a total of 597 hp. It seems like the world still can’t get enough of the Ferrari 458 Italia, which is definitely one of the best-looking Ferraris ever made. Ferrari 458 MM Speciale
Ferrari produced a couple of limited and special editions of the 458 since it was one of the most successful supercars the company’s ever built. Meet the Ferrari 458 MM Speciale. Based on the Ferrari 458 Speciale, this one-off model is powered by a 4.5-liter V8 engine that throws out an amazing 597 hp. 0 to 60 mph comes in just three seconds flat and the top speed comes in around 200 mph. Ferrari F60 America
To celebrate its 60th anniversary in North America, Ferrari built the extremely exclusive F60 America. Only ten units of the Ferrari F60 America were made, and all of them already had an owner before the car was revealed to the public. Unveiled at the anniversary celebration gala dinner at Beverly Hills City Hall, Ferrari announced that the model had a going price of an outstanding $2.5 million. Keep in mind, that price tag is ten times that of the $320,000 price tag of the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. Touring Superleggera made some big noise at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show with their version of the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. The Touring Berlinetta Lusso pays tribute to the legacy introduced by Touring Superleggera on the iconic Ferrari 166 MM, the first series-produced Ferrari. The model is powered by a 740-hp V12 engine that pushes this beauty from 0 to 60 mph in just three seconds with a top speed of 211 mph. O
Top 7 RAREST & most EXPENSIVE MCLAREN Supercars Ever Million Dollar Cars #rarest #mclaren #supercar #2018 1995 McLaren F1 LM The McLaren F1 was launched in 1992 and revolutionized the supercar industry more than any other vehicle since the automobile was invented. It was not only the first production car to use a carbon-fiber monocoque chassis, but also the first to bring high-tech and expensive materials such as titanium, magnesium, Kevlar, and gold under the same roof. It also had an impressive drag coefficient of only 0. 32, a smart interior made of lightweight materials, luggage compartments implemented in each rear fender, and a three-seat configuration with the driver placed in the middle, just like in a Formula One car. 2012 McLaren X-1 This, fair ladies and gentlemen of Top Gear’s rusty corner of the Internet, is Audrey Hepburn. And an eggplant. And a grand piano. All rolled up into a McLaren Monocell. Meet the X-1. The dramatic one-off supercar has just been unveiled in Pebble Beach, California, at a very exclusive event dubbed ‘The Quail’. Scratching your head? Settle down at the back, it’s a long story… It’s the latest offering from McLaren’s Special Operations (MSO), a division of the Woking company unveiled this time last year at Pebble Beach, and responsible for building completely bespoke creations for very special customers. 2017 McLaren P1 LM Introduced in early 2013, the P1 was McLaren’s second production supercar and the spiritual successor to the iconic F1 of the 1990s. Arguably the quickest and most powerful road-going McLaren to date, the P1 was also the company’s first vehicle to use a hybrid drivetrain. Like its predecessor, it was built around a carbon-fiber monocoque and roof structure and employs various technologies that the British brand had developed for Formula One. Discontinued in 2016 after 375 units were built, the P1 spawned a race-only version named the P1 GTR. Developed at the request of P1 owners who wanted a more extreme version of the supercar, the GTR received a more powerful hybrid drivetrain and production was limited to only 35 examples, all of which were made available exclusively to P1 owners. 1995 McLaren F1 GTR In 1992, McLaren took the supercar market by surprise with a vehicle that was unlike any other produced until then: the F1. Not only lighter and more powerful than anything else in dealerships at the time, the F1 was also the first production car to feature a carbon-fiber monocoque and a center-mounted driver’s seat, among many other unique features and innovations. What’s more, it became the world’s fastest production car at 240. 1 mph, smashing the previous record by a whopping 27. 8 mph. 1997 McLaren F1 GT Longtail The McLaren F1 was a road car that was never designed to go racing. And although McLaren’s most enthusiastic customers convinced Ron Dennis that a track version was required, the F1 GTR race cars that lined up on the grid at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1995 were essentially still no more than converted road cars. Indeed, the air restrictor regulations of the period meant the F1 GTR actually had less power than the production F1 it was based on. Yet against faster purpose-built sports prototypes, F1 GTRs finished the 1995 race in 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 13th positions, an unprecedented result that made McLaren the only manufacturer to win the world-famous endurance race on its first attempt. It is a record we still proudly hold to this day. 2015 McLaren P1 GTR The GTR is a P1 transformed into a track weapon, a curious distinction given how insane the roadgoing P1 hypercar already is. No matter: McLaren’s Woking crew seems to have found a way to extract even more performance out of the P1, and they’re setting the result loose in a P1 GTR racing series, starting later this year. The buy-in for the GTR—which is available only to current P1 owners—sits at a cool $3. 06 million (£1. 98 million), which buys you not just the car but people, too! Now, before you cry, “human trafficking! ” we should point out that the humans thrown into the bargain comprise a pit crew and a driver-training regimen, and those are merely available at your disposal. They’re not actually, you know, yours. 1993 McLaren F1 rarest supercars in the world 2018 2019 We do NOT own the video materials and all credits belong to respectful owners. In case of copyright issues, please contact us immediately for further credits or clip delete. DISCLAIMER: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. " The materials are used for illustrative and exemplification reasons, also quoting in order to recombine elements to make a new work.