FERRARI F50

How much does a Ferrari F50 cost? 

Recent Ferrari F50 prices have gone as high as $3 million, though not yet rivaling some of the more expensive Ferrari models.  With standard F40s selling in the $250,000–300,000 range, and production F50s bringing $600,000–650,000, the F50 GT's selling price of $1,430,000 had the Ferrari world buzzing. The F50 GT is one of the great “what ifs” in Ferrari's history. 

FERRARI F50

How rare is a Ferrari F50? 

Among the 'flagship' Ferrari halo supercars—288 GTO, F40, F50, Enzo, and LaFerrari—the F50 is the second rarest. Only 349 F50s exist, making it even rarer than the car named after the brand's founder. Ferrari made almost four times as many F40s as F50s, and the F40 is arguably more widely beloved today. 

FERRARI F50

Are all F50 convertible? 

Every roadgoing Ferrari F50 was a convertible, so what you're seeing above is not the difference between a Ferrari F50 and a Ferrari F50 “Aperta,” like in the modern LaFerrari model. Instead, these are two normal regular-production F50 models — one with a roof in place, and one without. 

FERRARI F50

Is Ferrari F50 manual? 

It's a truly super supercar with a carbon fiber chassis, a naturally-aspirated V12 and a gated six-speed manual. As an anniversary special launched two years before Ferrari's 50th, the 1995 F50 had it tough following Ferrari's 40th anniversary special, the immensely popular and just as iconic F40 of 1987. 

FERRARI F50

Who owns a Ferrari F50? 

Mohammed Alsaloussi, a car collector and owner of Miami's stunning supercar collection Ikonick Collection, bought the F50 in September 2019 online for $1.435 million.  Mohammed Alsaloussi, a Florida man and sole owner of Ikonick Collection, bought the vehicle online for $1.435 million for his rare automobile collection in September 2019.