Mike Tyson's former Ferrari F50 sold for $4 million
A 1995 Ferrari F50, once owned by Mike Tyson, has been sold at a Pebble Beach auction in the US to an unknown buyer for $4.625m
The Ferrari Company made only 359 units of it, so the F50 is a rare car
Because of Mike Tyson, the price of this car has increased manifold
Auctioneer Company said Tyson bought the new car in 1995.
Over the past two decades, the F50 has been considered the most collectible Ferrari supercar
Because it's the only model in development from the 288 GTO to the LaFerrari to feature a unique combination of six-speed, aspirated V12 engines
The manual gearbox, Pininfarina-designed bodywork, and car offer an immersive open-air driving experience
The F50 is powered by a 4.7L mid-mounted engine that can generate 382kW of power at 8,500rpm
Its body is made of lightweight carbon fiber. The two-seater car can accelerate from 0-100 km/h to a top speed of 325 km/h in 3.6 seconds.