Maranello, Italy – Ferrari has announced that it will offer the very last F430 for auction this Sunday to raise funds for rebuilding in Abruzzo, Italy, which was devastated by the April earthquake. The car, which will be the last to leave the production line later this year, will be offered at the RM Auction.
Ferrari said it will liaise with local authorities to ensure that the funds go towards the most needy.
The F430 will feature a special two-tone livery which recalls the traditional colours of Aquila, the city hardest hit. It will be consigned with a certificate signed by Ferrari chairman Luca di Montezemolo, and will carry a personalized dedication plate to commemorate the donation.
The winning bidder will be invited to Maranello to choose the final specifications. The company said it will offer to equip the car with a number of options from its extensive Carrozzeria Scaglietti catalogue.