By Andrew Liszewski
Ferrari owners clearly have a taste for the finer things in life. That or they just like to show off, which Ferrari is clearly hoping to capitalize on with the release of their new coffee table book, The Official Ferrari Opus. The 82 pound tome is 852 pages long and contains some 150,000 words and 2,000 images covering the complete history of Ferrari, including every vehicle and driver affiliated with the company.
And just like with their supercar lineup, there’s a version of the book available for every budget- well almost every budget. At the top of the heap is the Enzo Diamante edition which sells for a ridiculous $275,000 thanks to a diamond-encrusted prancing horse on the cover. What’s even more impressive though is that it will be limited to just a single copy per country, which is sure to result in some outrageous eBay bidding wars… unless fans will realize they can get an actual Ferrari for that kind of scratch. Less limited, though similarly impressive editions of the book are also available ranging in price from $37,500 for the regular Enzo edition, $7,000 for the Cavallino Rampante edition, and a mere $4,100 for the Classic edition, which by the way each sport signatures from notable Ferrari employees and racing celebrities.