The Ferrari Sergio concept was unveiled at the Geneva motor show in 2013 to celebrate former company boss Sergio Pininfarina, who had died the year before.

It is a two-seater barchetta, coachbuilt on the Ferrari 458 Spider platform. Interesting features include roof-mounted headrests and the 'virtual windshield', which deployed a stream of air at speeds over 31mph to create a buffer for driver and passenger. 

Initially only planned as a concept car, it became a reality in 2015, when six units were produced and sold for over £2m each.