Four exclusive Ferrari cars are going to be put on auction from August 18-20 in Monterey, California. This auction will be possible thanks to Ferrari and Mecum Auctions. Only a few group will have to opportunity to acquire all three exclusive cars. It has to be said that those four cars are prototypes from some of the automaker’s most exciting modern offerings: the LaFerrari and the F12TDF.
The first Ferrari is F150 Muletto M4, a Ferrari that was launched in 2011 to test the LaFerrari’s V-12 engine for emissions, this change was made in secrecy from the automaker putting the engine in the back of a modified 458 Italia, and was included bits of camouflage. This car is very similar to the F150 Muletto M6, auctioned by RM Sotheby earlier this year.
The second of the Ferrari that is going to be launched is called F150 Mulotipo MP1. This prototype is another of the cars of the company that has LaFerrari components. The predecessor of this car is the 458-based, but it looks like a bit more extreme than the predecessor because it is constricted on the LaFerrari’s carbon tub. This car has the 950-hp hybrid powertrain of the company.
The third prototype is the F150 Prototipe Preserie PS1. This car was fabricated by the company to test the final layout of the hybrid hypercar, being so similar from the production model, so it is the more common prototype of those who are going to be auctioned.
The last car is a Ferrari MP4 prototype. This is a Ferrari F12TDF that is a production-spec car, more closely resembling the final product than any of the three LaFerraris prototypes. So, this model is the less exiting from collectors of those four cars. But, maybe it will be cheaper, beacause a production F12TDF costs well over a million dollars on the second hand market, so maybe it will be cheaper.
Those cars can be driven on road, so they are as collectible as functional. We will see what is going to be the price of those models, but looks like it will be so expensive.