- The Ferrari LaFerrari is a limited production hypercar that debuted for the 2013 model year.
- The LaFerrari, which means "The Ferrari" in Italian, is named as such in order to emphasize the definitive nature of the car.
- The LaFerrari was created to be the brand's flagship model, displaying a range of high end technologies developed through Ferrari's participation in Formula 1.
- Just 710 examples of the Ferrari LaFerrari were produced, 500 of which were LaFerrari Coupes, and the other 210 being semi-convertibles known as the LaFerrari Aperta.
- he combination of the mighty hybrid powerplant, lightweight carbon fiber construction, and numerous dynamic technologies combined to give the LaFerrari mind-boggling performance both on and off the track.
Equipment and Features
- These cars are the first Ferraris to be built as hybrids, featuring an electric engine paired to a mid-mounted 6.3L V12 engine combining to produce a staggering 950hp.
- This power is sent the rear wheels through a 7 speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.
- The rear-drive, carbon fiber-clad car is powered by a HY-KERS hybrid system similar to that found in Ferrari's Formula 1
- battery pack sits low in the chassis and, as in the F1 machines, gets recharged during braking. That braking comes courtesy of Brembo carbon ceramic brakes, 15.7 inches front and 15 inches rear.
- Doors to the cockpit open upward, and inside you'll find a fixed driver's seat positioned much as you'd find in a single-seat race car.
- One of one spec
The LaFerrari epitomizes the #Ferrari's captivating design. With only 499 units crafted worldwide, the sculpted body seamlessly merges form and function, creating an awe-inspiring visual spectacle, Standing proudly as a modern icon that captivates with its breathtaking design and pioneering technology.