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Pininfarina Sergio Concept

Whenever you see a car that includes matching helmets for the driver and passenger, it's a safe bet it isn't headed for production. And that's an unfortunate fact for the Sergio concept.

Named after the dearly departed Sergio Pininfarina (he died last year), this rolling tribute to the man that reinvented the Italian aesthetic is nothing short of impractically delicious.

Underneath those sweeping lines and weather-compromised cockpit is a Ferrari 458 Italia, with a 570-hp V8 mounted amidships capable of propelling this topless coupe to 60 mph in 3.4 seconds and onto a face-distorting V-max of 199 mph. Even with the integrated roll hoop, those helmets should come in handy.

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