Both are red and come with, you guessed it, virtually zero miles on the clock. The car in Dubai is listed by Auto Trader UAE as being at the dealership Al Qalam Motor while the Luxembourg car is listed by Luxauto as being at the dealership Pereira Garage.
No price tag is mentioned for the Dubai example but the one in Luxembourg was originally listed for 3 million euros, though the dealership has since pulled its listing. Perhaps the car has been sold or perhaps the dealership received an angry phone call from Maranello.
Whatever the case, it’s clear there are LaFerraris available on the used car market, despite Ferrari’s best attempts to vet buyers so that the car only ends up in the hands of loyal customers, as opposed to speculators out to make a quick buck. So far we’ve seen five examples publically listed and there’s potentially more cars trading hands privately.