What should I be paying?
Too late. Ferrari only built 499 Monza chassis – the split between SP1s and SP2s remains a closely-guarded secret – and they all sold out back in 2018, for around £1.4 million a pop, including tax. If you want one now, you’ll be paying over the RRP, and adding your name to a colourful roster of reputed owners such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Zlatan Ibrahimović, Gordon Ramsay and Max Verstappen. You know the type. Shy, discreet, subtle chaps.
All of them will no doubt have been seduced into signing on the dotted line by the seven-year servicing programme Ferrari provides for the Monza. It’s the same warranty package Ferrari offers across its regular production range, but impressively also applies to this extremely limited edition.
Next on your mind as a prospective owner will surely be worries about usability. Don’t worry, the Monza is as practical as a pair of Crocs. The official Ferrari cover is a touch pricey at around £4,000, but you’ll fit it and a weekend’s worth of luggage in the huge boot. Yes, there is indeed a hatchback’s worth of cargo bay under that humped rear deck.
While fuel economy is a some-teen to the gallon affair, with a 90-litre tank you’ll travel 300 miles between trips to the super-unleaded teat. Enough for most owners to only fill it up every five years or so, then.