World’s Most Expensive Car Sold For 23 Crore By This Company: Reason For Being So Costly?
One of the most luxurious carmakers in the world, the Ferrari, has set a world record for being the most expensive car sold online.
Yes, that’s right – the car was sold at an auction, and while the expectation for the car’s selling price was 4 million, the Ferrari was actually sold for more than 3 million dollars.
Read on to find out all the details about the most expensive car sold online!
Company Sells A 1996 Ferrari For $3.08 Million At Auction: Highest Ever Price For Car Sold Online
Gooding & Co. managed to sell off a 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB with white sand beach colour, and that too through the internet! The company sold the uniquely engineered, 1-of-40 coupe car for about $3.08 million, the highest amount of money ever paid for a car sold digitally.
In an interview before the sale, David Gooding, auction house president, and the chief executive officer said, “I think this car is virus-proof in the sense that it is a really, really exceptional 275. It’s basically an all-original car with an original interior, a lot of original paint, and long-term ownership.”
Without disclosing the identity of the person who purchased the car, he said that this is special, regardless of the ongoing situation of the Coronavirus pandemic.
As per reports, a majority of the sales of cars will be conducted online, given the critical situation that the entire world is going through.
Why Is Ferrari The Most Expensive Car Sold Online?
The reason for the Ferrari being sold at such a high price online is that the car retained its original interior and a lot of its original paint too.
6 of the top 10 results of the RM Sotheby’s “Driving into Summer” was made up of Ferrari cars, and the best Ferraris are doing quite well despite the pandemic.
Gooding and Co. has also revealed that the Ferraris have accounted for the top five sales in its online actions, which have been doing well despite the world fighting a huge pandemic that has put a dent in the economy. In fact, auction houses around the world have managed to make a sale of classic and collectible cars worth more than $70 million online.