While Ferrari initially planned to produce just 209 examples of the stunning LaFerrari Aperta, it has now revealed a 210th unit that will be auctioned off to benefit the charity ‘Save the Children’.

This isn’t the first time the Italian carmaker has produced an additional unit for charity, as it had previously auctioned off the 500th LaFerrari coupe in December last year. The fixed top hybrid hypercar was only meant to reach 499 units when it was first revealed.

Anyway, this specimen is finished in a Rosso Fuoco metallic paint finish, paired with Bianco Italia double racing stipes on the bonnet and rear. The interior features generous applications of black Alcantara and shiny black carbon-fibre, as well as red leather inserts on the seats and red stitching.

As with every other LaFerrari Aperta, there’s a 6.3 litre naturally-aspirated V12 that works together with Ferrari’s Hybrid Kinetic Energy Recovery System (HY-KERS). Together, the overall system output is rated at 950 hp and more than 900 Nm of torque, good for a top speed of over 350 km/h.

Interested parties should direct themselves to the “Leggenda e Passione” sale organised by RM Sotheby’s, which will be held at Ferrari’s Fiorano track. The event takes place on September 9, which coincides with the pinnacle of Ferrari’s 70th anniversary celebration.

Keep in mind that the event is by invitation only, but if you truly believe you have the means to buy the final LaFerrari Aperta, then head on over to this link. Another thing, the 500th LaFerrari coupe sold for US$7 million at the time, so use that as gauge. All proceeds of the auction will be donated to ‘Save the Children’ for an international programme focusing on education.