CurioInvest Founders Edition Tokenized Supercar

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CurioInvest finds the car, negotiates the purchase and closes the deal.



Accredited & Non-accredited Investors become partners in the fine asset.



CurioInvest secures each asset with professional maintenance, storage and insurance partners.



We pay out cash distributions to you, the investor, from selling the car.


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Ferrari brochure

* Prospectus is no longer valid no public sale is available anymore July 16th, 2020


Highly exclusive

799-units, invitation-only sales

6.3 liter V12 engine with 769hp

The highest “concours” vehicle grade

Timeless design

homage to Tour de France winning models

100 kmh in just 2.9”


The F12tdf pays homage to the Tour de France automobile race The powertrain of F12tdf is simply unmatched. It features a 7-speed, semi-automatic dual-clutch transmission, operated by paddles on the steering wheel. The long bonnet accommodates the front mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout, which optimisesthe weight distribution of the vehicle. The 6.3 litre, V12 engine deliver an incredible 780bhp to the rear wheels.


The team at the Ferrari Styling Center put a great deal of effort into ensuring the F12tdf captured the quintessential essence of the Ferrari brand. It is inspired by the cars which competed at the Tour de France, particularly the limited-edition Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta, produced from 1953 to 1964. The unique aerodynamic features of the F12tdf provide the necessary downforce to harness the 780bhp produced by the engine, making it one of the fastest Ferraris in history, but without compromising aesthetics by resorting to a rear spoiler.

This is another world

Chris Harris


When the Ferrari F12tdf first unveiled in October 2015, the list price was believed to be in the region of $450,000-$500,000 and was sold out almost immediately. In June 2016, a Los Angeles dealership auctioned a white F12tdf for a staggering $1,550,000. In January 2018, Mecum opined that a Ferrari F12tdf clad in GialloTriploStratoyellow, which was bought at an original price of $621,624, could be a worthwhile investment, estimating it could be worth $1.2-$1.3 million.



More cars will be able after Ferrari crowdfunding successful ends and selected by CurioInvest team as well as by our governance tool CurioDAO on Aragon!



CurioInvest typically acquires ‘blue-chip’ fine cars or artwork from the major established garages or auction houses, with acquisitions focused on assets representative of a top 100 brands, that it is able to acquire at an attractive cost relative to value based on estimated historical appreciation rates, and an established track record of multiple multi-million dollar sales annually.

Our growth strategy is to purchase blue chip cars that will naturally appreciate, identify undervalued cars with the potential to make significant gains and to enhance the value of select vehicles through restoration. Cars in the collection would also then benefit from detailed research, manufacturer certification, maintenance and promotion through AR/VR applications to further enhance the collectors values.

Given our automotive connections, CurioInvest has a competitive advantage which will maximise investor’s returns when it comes to the overheads involved in purchasing, insuring, maintaining, enhancing, storing and disposing of the cars. These connections also enable CurioInvest to enhance the lifestyle related element of the investment through their manufacturer connections with factory tours, events and networking opportunities. We also believe that those connections will offer significant advantages when it comes to the acquisition of cars.

CurioInvest creates a Liechtenstein LLC issuer and files an offering for a bond with a performance linked note with FMA. The issuer will use proceeds from the offering to acquire a single asset and title to the asset will be contributed to the issuer. The issuer will have no indebtedness, no other assets and will conduct no operations other than relating to the ownership, maintenance and eventual sale of the asset. The issuer is administered by CurioInvest pursuant to an administrative services agreement that provides that CurioInvest pays all ordinary and necessary fees, costs and expenses in exchange for membership interests in the issuer.

Following a sale of the asset, payment of all of such taxes and expenses, the Special Purpose Vehicle remaining net proceeds, if there are any, will be distributed to the then holders of record of our tokens in accordance with the priorities set forth in our operating agreement.

Each investment represents ownership of a single Car. CurioInvest plans to acquire new cars every 4-8 weeks, allowing investors to participate in future offerings and further diversify their collectible investment portfolio.

We file an offering with the FMA which can be reviewed in our prospectus — you should carefully review the information contained in the offering document relating to a particular offering before investing. The prospectus assigns an ISIN number, turning tokens future-proof and exchange ready.

We will permit non-Liechtenstein residents to invest, except residents of countries under embargo by the Liechtenstein government, however, we do not take any steps to qualify offerings in any jurisdiction other than Liechtenstein and EEA region. Accordingly, you must inform yourself about and observe any restrictions that may be applicable in your country relating to your participation in a CurioInvest’s offering. If you are uncertain about whether securities laws in your country restrict your participation, you should seek advice from local counsel prior to investing.

CurioInvest pledges a lien on behalf of the token investors to minimize the risk in case of bankruptcy. This means, in the unlikely event that CurioInvest was facing financial difficulty and the decision was taken to wind down the platform, the token investors will be able to take the purchased asset, assign a trustee to sell it at auction, and use the proceeds to pay down the outstanding balance. It is expected that the majority of sales would be concluded and client monies returned within a 12-month period.

The fact that collectable cars have had a good run over the last decade, the increase in number and lower average age of HNWIs across the globe, diminishing supply of classic cars and emerging classic car markets.


The content on website, one pager or the brochure was created by Curio AG and serves as general information about the CurioInvest project. This information is given in a summarized form and is not exhaustive. Curio AG has made every effort to ensure that the facts on this website and in the Whitepaper are accurate and that forecasts, opinions and expectations are reasonable and adequate, but they have not been independently verified. Curio AG and its affiliates or their respective agents, employees or agents make no representations or warranties as to the accuracy or completeness of the information.
The information contained on our website and papers may contain forward-looking statements based on a number of assumptions regarding the current and future business strategies of Curio AG and regarding the environment in which Curio AG will be in the future. These assumptions may or may not apply in practice. Actual results may differ materially from those anticipated under such forward-looking statements due to a variety of risk factors, including the risk that the implementation and launch of the offer to investors may take longer than anticipated or may not occur at all, the risk of regulatory changes, the risk of changes in national and international economic conditions and other risks.
The Security Token Offering (STO) contemplated on this brochure and in the Whitepaper is subject to a prospectus which was prepared in accordance with Directive 2003/71/EC, as implemented in Liechtenstein. The prospectus which is the legal basis for the issuance of CurioInvest CT1 has been approved by the Financial Market Authority (FMA) of Liechtenstein on July 17, 2019 as shown in this link: But FMA assumes no responsibility as to the economic and financial soundness of the Tokens or the quality or solvency of the Issuer. The Issuer is not licensed as a financial institution and is not subject to the oversight or supervision by FMA or any other financial market supervisory authority.
Potential investors are cautioned that the subscription of CurioInvest CT1 tokens is subject to restrictions imposed by laws of different countries. In particular, the CurioInvest CT1 tokens are not and will not be governed by the US Securities Act of 1933 (as amended from time to time) or under the securities laws of any state or other jurisdiction of the United States of America, and may not be offered, sold, held, exercised, resold, handed over or transferred, whether directly or indirectly. CurioInvest CT1 tokens are not and will not be audited, permitted or disapproved by any US regulatory agency, notably the US Securities and Exchange Commission, nor has any US regulatory agency reviewed or approved the contents of this brochure and the Whitepaper. Any representation or indication to the contrary is liable to prosecution in the United States of America.