It’s not often you see a LaFerrari come up for sale.
It’s even rarer that you find one for sale that was once owned by a celebrity.
Well, here you have it – this super rare Ferrari, once owned by Travis Scott, has hit the market with a massive price tag.
Apparently, Floyd Mayweather’s car guy’s actually the one who helped bring it to the open market.
As the story goes, Scott splashed the cash on the 2014 LaFerrari back in 2019.
He owned the supercar for a few years before chopping it in for an Aperta.
The LaFerrari ended up with Obi Okeke, aka Dr. Bugatti, the guy who supposedly helps Mayweather with his insane car collection.
Realizing the crazy value, given its rarity – a 1 of 499 – and the fact the supercar was once owned by the rapper, Okeke sold it on to a Ferrari dealership in Silicon Valley.
During Scott’s ownership, very little was known about the LaFerrari.
But now it’s listed for sale on the dealer’s website, we know a lot more, including that the Rosso Corsa Ferrari comes with Pelle Nera Dettagli Rossi interior.
It’s covered just 4,403 kilometers (2,736 miles) from new, too.
At the heart of the LaFerrari is a mid-rear mounted, 6.3-liter V12 engine directly lifted from the developmental FXX model.
With an absurd compression ratio of 13.5:1, its V12 develops 789 hp, redlining at a whopping 9,250 rpm.
The 516 pound-feet of torque arrives relatively high, just shy of 7,000 rpm.
An electric motor derived from the company’s Formula 1 Kinetic Recovery System (KERS) is installed in the rear, adding 161 hp, greatly improving response and acceleration at lower rpms.
Power is routed directly to the rear axle al,one, while a seven-speed dual-cluth transaxle manages gear changes.
In total, the two powertrains combine for a head-spinning 949 hp and 663 pound-feet of torque, propelling the slippery LaFerrari to 100 km/h (62 mph) from a standstill in as little as 2.4 seconds.
Now for the all important bit – how much it’s listed for.
The Silicon Valley dealership has listed the whip for an incredible $4,099,991.
Yep, that’s a staggering amount, but considering everything mentioned above, it’s worth every single cent.