It is also completely unique, having come from the company's 'One-Off' division responsible for taking regular Ferrari road cars and, with the help of a very lucky customer and their very large chequebook, turning them into something truly bespoke.
And, good news for anyone hoping to spot it, the car will not be locked away in a garage for the rest of its days.
How do you go from a regular Ferrari customer, to one who can approach the most famous car maker in the world and ask them to make something unique?
Lee, a Hong Kong businessman who turned his father's gem import business into a top luxury watch and jewellery retailer, owns a wide range of Ferraris dating from the Sixties to 2016.
His multi-million-pound collection includes all five flagships the 288 GTO, F40, F50, Enzo and LaFerrari , plus a 275 GTB, a 330 GTS, a 250 GT Lusso and a handful of models from the last few years.
The 458 MM Speciale was commissioned by a British customer and is the last naturally-aspirated V8 car to be produced by Ferari
After the 458 MM was announced, Lee posted photos of it to his Instagram account, along with a short background on how these cars come about.