German police are looking for the classic Ferrari 288 GTO that has been sold by the owner of a man who has been proposed as a potential buyer of cars.
Ferrari 288 GTO was stolen in Düsseldorf on Monday after the owner had met a person who had planned a test drive.
The thief, who was sitting in the passenger seat, used the moment when the owner left the car to replace it with the seat.
The thief then suddenly jumped into the driver's position and rushed into the expensive classic Ferrari.
The police in Düsseldorf announced in this case on Tuesday that they had failed to find a stolen vehicle of which it is estimated to be worth around 2 million euros.
In the 1980s, Ferrari produced only 272 copies of the 288 GTO. The powertrain uses a 2.9-liter twin-turbo V8 that produces 400 hp and 496 Nm.
In recent years, this model has significantly increased the price on the market for classic super sports cars, mainly because it is very rare and less than the famous Ferrari F40, F50 and Enzo who inherited it.
German police in the meantime said it had found the 1985 Ferrari 288 GTO stolen, while the perpetrator of stealing is still fleeing.