It is quite difficult not “judge this book by its cover”. Introducing the Official Ferrari Opus, the official book about the world’s most extraordinary car company, Ferrari. Crafted by London-base publisher Kraken Opus, the 852-page tome weighs in at around 82-pound, with each page covering half meter square, or 19.6 square inches. Like its subject matter, there are several trims available for purchase:
- Classic Edition – For $4,100, you can get one of 4,100 copies signed by Ferrari F1 racer Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso.
- Cavallino Rampante Edition – For $7,000, the Cavallino Rampante gives you a book signed by “Ferrari greats, past and present.” Limited to only 500 copies.
- Enzo Edition – Named after Ferrari’s founder, the $37,5000 book is handsomely bounded in premium red leather and sheathed away in a real carbon fiber case. Accompanied each of the 400 copies is a numbered and silver-foiled paper filled with personal signatures of “all living Ferrari champions”.
- Enzo Diamante Edition – For those who wants exclusivity and expense is not a matter, there is the Enzo Diamant at the cost of $275,000 each. Essentially the Enzo Edition but covered by a Ferrari’s Prancing Horse logo in silver. Each is encrusted with roughly 1,500 diamonds, hand selected and set by a single artisan to ensure consistency in quality. Measured at 16cm x 12cm with 32.3-carat, the diamonds are at VVS-VS1 clarity and “F” on the color scale, making them some of the best gems available on the market.