The Ferrari LaFerrari is the pinnacle of the performance car market, offering 950bhp from its 6.3-litre V12 engine and electric motor.
Its competitors are few and far between. The McLaren P1 and Porsche 918 Spyder are direct rivals, but apart from that only Koenigsegg could legitimately argue it deserves to be mentioned in the same breath.
When it went on sale it was understandably pricey – a select few loyal Ferrari customers were given the chance to pay about £1 million for the chance to own one.
As further proof that the exotic car market is out of control, that actually looks like a bit of a bargain now. A red LaFerrari has been posted on German used car site Mobile.de with a staggering €10 million – about £8.6 million – asking price.
Considering the high price tag, you might expect this to be a delivery mileage example that's been locked in storage since the day it was bought, but it's actually done 1,056 miles. That might sound like a lot, but other LaFerraris have hit the market for considerably less money and with less mileage...
It's not just quick in a straight line, either. Clever aerodynamics and genius mechanical technology help it corner brilliantly, too – it's a full five seconds faster around Ferrari's test track than the legendary Enzo supercar.