What should I be paying?
Hmm, perhaps it’d be best not to ask that question. If you’re scraping around to try and stump up the £418,233 base price then you’re in trouble, because once you’ve added a few essential options the SF90 Spider gets perilously close to costing half a million pounds.
We’ll set out a few examples here. Apple CarPlay connectivity is a £2,400 option. The handy nose lift function is £3,264. Alcantara seats are £1,056, and if you want them to be electronically-adjustable then that’s an extra £4,032. Leather and Alcantara carpets are a mind-boggling £3,360. The titanium sports exhaust (which surely should be standard fit) is £1,440 and front parking sensors are £864. And that’s all before you start wanting certain bits made out of carbon fibre. Then things get REALLY expensive. Oh, and the Assetto Fiorano pack is an additional £39,360.
But alas, a 1,000bhp Ferrari was never going to be cheap, and if you look at it another way then £500,000 could potentially be construed as good value compared to the Icona series. Plus you get a four-year warranty and seven years of servicing thrown in too. Try those arguments with your better half, see how the persuasion goes…