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Billionaire’s Delight: Ultra-Rare Ferrari F40 Awaits Its Crorepati Knight in Shining Armor

In a twist that seems straight out of a luxury car enthusiast’s wildest dreams, an ultra-rare Right-Hand Drive (RHD) Ferrari F40 has emerged on the market, presenting an opportunity for India’s ultra-rich to add an exclusive gem to their collection. This unregistered automotive masterpiece, one of only seven RHD Ferrari F40 models ever produced in Maranello, sits with zero kilometers on the clock, a tempting invitation for any collector with a taste for the unique and a wallet hefty enough to match.

The price tag? A cool £2.2 million (INR 23 crore). But hold your horses – or in this case, your prancing horses – because importing this beauty to India from UK will catapult the cost to an eye-watering INR 50 crore, thanks to the country’s notoriously steep import duties. However, for those with deep pockets, this isn’t just a purchase; it’s a golden investment. This pristine, untouched F40 is expected to appreciate in value, making it not just a vehicle, but a rolling, roaring treasure.

The F40, a brainchild of Nicola Materazzi and styled by the iconic Pininfarina, is a testament to Ferrari’s engineering prowess and design elegance. Built between 1987 and 1992, with its racing counterparts, the LM and GTE, continuing till 1994 and 1996, respectively, the F40 was a celebration of Ferrari’s 40th anniversary. It stands as the last model approved by Enzo Ferrari himself – a fitting swan song for the legendary automaker. The F40 was the epitome of speed, power, and luxury during its time, and it continues to turn heads and stir hearts.

Under the hood lies a beast – an enlarged 2,936 cc twin-turbocharged V8 engine, originally born in the 288 GTO, roaring with a power output of 471 hp. This mechanical marvel, coupled with a 5-speed manual transmission, promises an exhilarating drive, should the fortunate buyer choose to take this zero-kilometer legend for a spin.

So, who will be the lucky billionaire to bring this rare jewel to Indian shores? While it may seem like a wild dream, in the world of high stakes and high bank balances, a resounding ‘Hell yeah’ might just be around the corner. The question remains – who will step up to claim this exclusive piece of automotive history?

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