About the Ferrari LaFerrari
The LaFerrari was unveiled to the public at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. It was the successor to the Enzo Ferrari. It is also the 6th flagship model of the Italian luxury brand. Starting from the 250 GT from the 60s, the 288 GTO, the F40, the F50, and the Enzo Ferrari as its predecessors. The LaFerrari is also the first Ferrari car to have a hybrid powertrain.
Under the hood, the LaFerrari is powered by a 6.3-liter V12 paired to an electric motor and a KERS. The transmission is a 7-speed dual-clutch automated manual. The V12 engine produces 789 horsepower.
The LaFerrari was initially introduced as a coupe, but later on, a removable top was introduced, calling it LaFerrari Aperta, making a nod to the F50. The LaFerrari Aperta comes in both carbon-fiber hardtop and a soft top. Production was very limited as only 200 were initially sold. An additional nine units were sold for the 70th anniversary, and one more for an auction.
Being the flagship model of the Ferrari, customers cannot just simply buy one even if they have the money. Ferrari would select their potential customers based on their purchase history with Ferrari. This makes the car highly exclusive.