Ferrari Daytona SP3 costs more than €2 million in the Netherlands

Ferrari Daytona SP3 costs more than €2 million in the Netherlands

Those in the fortunate position of being able to shop at Ferrari for a new piece of automotive pleasure should not immediately count themselves too rich. The Ferrari party starts in the Netherlands from more than €275,000. After all, that is the price that Kroymans asks for the Portofino M. Above that are the Roma (from €278,285) and Roma Spider, the 296 GTB (from €301,848) and GTS, plug-in hybrid supersporter SF90 (from €454,303), the Purosangue costing more than half a million and the mighty 812 with prices rising to a whopping € 710,440. Tons of money, but these are amounts that pale in comparison to the price you pay in the Netherlands for the Ferrari Daytona SP3. Ferrari Daytona SP3 What do you choose? The Ferrari Daytona SP3 costs €2,106,679 in the Netherlands. You can buy a Roma, a 296 GTS, an SF90, a Purosangue and an 812 GTS for that and still keep a lot of money in your pocket. Why the Daytona SP3 is so mercilessly pricey? First of all, it is a Ferrari limited to 599 pieces of the Icona line, a series of cars inspired by historic Ferrari models that are only built in limited numbers. In addition, the Daytona SP3 has a mighty 6.5 V12 without any form of electrical assistance as the beating heart. That power station invites the Dutch tax authorities to greedily put bpm teeth in the winged Daytona SP3. The 6.5 V12 stomps 840 hp and 697 Nm via a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission to the rear wheels. The LaFerrari-based Daytona SP3 blasts from a standstill to 100 km/h in less than 2.9 seconds and is capable of hurtling to over 340 km/h.

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