There are some of Britain’s true automotive gems.
And we don’t mean the obvious one-offs and models that were launched so long ago there are only one or two left. Where’s the fun in that?
CarleaseSpecialOffers said you might think Ferrari owners enjoy exclusivity, but you’d be wrong. Sort of.
Even the Ferrari 812 Superfast – a 6.5-litre, 789bhp grand tourer – isn’t as rare as the Fiat Cinquecento, a cult classic made famous by The Inbetweeners.
With only 432 of them on the road, it’s scarcer than one of the most exclusive cars to bear the Prancing Horse, and could be yours for little over £1k – a tad more affordable than the £250k a used 812 demands.
Even more surprising is the smart Crossblade convertible. Although a quirky car, you’d imagine more than 17 of them to be kicking about.
That said, even the McLaren Senna is nearly three times as common, despite AutoTrader valuing it as high as £900,000.