2010 Ferrari 458 Italia Army Coupe

When you're the heir-designate of the Fiat empire, you can make requests of Ferrari that other, less well-heeled clients might have refused. Lapo Elkann, great-grandson of Fiat S.p.A. founder Giovanni Agnelli and grandson of former Fiat CEO Gianni Agnelli, ordered this one-off 458 Italia in 'Army' camouflage as a part of Ferrari's Tailor Made program. Matching Elkann's own extroverted style, the pattern covers not just the bodywork but the brake calipers, wheels, badges, grilles, and engine. The theme continues inside, with a camo dash, door cards, and seats. Elkann sold the car at a charity auction in 2016, with the buyer selling the car again in 2017 to the current owner. This 458 Italia 'Army' will go to auction at RM Sotheby's Monaco event in May.

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