The very first Ferrari Sergio, of which only six units will be produced, was delivered this week to the Royal Auto Gallery, a private museum owned by the United Arab Emirates' royal family.
The concept originally debuted at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show.
Based on the 458 Spider, the Ferrari Sergio houses a 605-horsepower, 4.5L V8 engine and sprints from 0-100 km/h in just three seconds. It sports exclusive, triple-coat red paint and exclusive, diamond-finish, golden forged alloy wheels. There are black inlays on the hood and rear fenders.
The ultra-sporty cockpit features a carbon fibre dashboard and door panels, as well as black leather seats with red stitching and Alcantara inserts.
Each of the six units can be customized by its owner in Maranello, Italy. While no price has been announced, sources say it could top 3 million euros.