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When it comes to performance, the Ferrari LaFerrari for sale spares nothing. Combined, the engines push out an enormous 952 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque. Using 40 percent less fuel consumption than the non-hybrid models, the LaFerrari hits 0-60 in under three seconds and tops out at 217 miles per hour.

When it comes to Ferrari, the LaFerrari serves as the brand’s flagship model and the first hypercar model of its time, delivering unprecedented performance with superior fuel consumption. First unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show, the LaFerrari is one of the most exclusive Ferraris to date. Ferrari’s president at the time, Luca di Montezemolo, stated the LaFerrari was named such because it “is the maximum expression of what defines the company—excellence.”

The esteemed brand capped production at 499 cars created, with the cost of each hypercar reaching over $1 million. LaFerrari’s hybrid engine is inspired by Ferrari’s Formula 1 engines and includes the brand’s mid-rear mounted F140 65 degree 6.3-liter engine. Additionally, the car is fitted with the HY-KERS drivetrain. The LaFerrari is the first from the brand to include the use of a combined gasoline engine with two electric engines. 

In true hypercar fashion, the shape of the LaFerrari was fine-tuned using modern design practices like shaping with the help of computer programs. The first hypercar built by Ferrari was also the first vehicle with no design input from Pininfarina since the 1973 Dino 3085 GT4. Rather than work with Pininfarina, Ferrari opted to use a team of in-house designers led by Flavio Manzoni. As a result, the LaFerrari possesses a decidedly different body style from the brand’s Pininfarina influenced designs, further setting it apart in exclusivity. 

Today, you can't buy a LaFerrari as it's no longer in production, making the 499 cars appreciate in value—a true feat for an automobile. Though rare, a LaFerrari for sale does pop up every now and then for sale. Expect the LaFerrari price to be well over the $1 million mark with the appreciation in value.

The official release date for LaFerrari has yet to be revealed, but for most, it won’t matter. According to a Dec. 6 article from, the $1.4 million Ferrari has already sold out. The supercar was available to be ordered at the start of this year, and before the year’s end, all 499 of them have been spoken for, without any official performance figures.

LaFerrari is Ferrari’s newest, fastest and most expensive production car yet. It is also the first Ferrari to adapt to the latest in hybrid technology. What we do know is that the super hybrid will produce around 949 hp with a 6.3-Liter V12 coupled with an electric motor of some sort. Ferrari promises to have LaFerrari sprinting from 0-60 mph in less than three seconds and guarantees a top speed of around 217 mph.

While it may not be a surprise that the supercar sold out before it even had the chance to officially hit the market, it is exciting to see its success. If you didn’t have the chance to order yours, then we apologize, but to those of you who did, congratulations.

Ferrari has removed the top off of their famous LaFerrari for a new hybrid hypercar experience. It will be available with both a soft top and carbon fiber hard top. Contrary to popular belief, the new drop-top LaFerrari comes with the same running gear and performance figures as its hardtop relative. It will carry over the 6.3-liter V12 engine and 120 kW electric motor. The massive V12 puts out 789 horsepower, while the electric motor is good for 161 hp. This results in a combined power output of 950 horsepower.

In order to harness this much power while removing the roof, Ferrari performed precise surgery on the car. Through extensive modifications made to the chassis, the Italian automaker aimed for the new LaFerrari to retain the same torsional rigidity and stiffness as the coupe version. What’s more, Ferrari also modified the car’s aerodynamics to better suit its drop-top capabilities. One of the brand’s most anticipated models is sure to excite and impress.

The Italian supercar builder once again produces an iconic, praise-worthy automobile that beckons any enthusiast on its way. Not only is this one of the highest performance road cars Ferrari has ever produced, but it couples its 6.3-liter V12 with a 161 horsepower hybrid system. With a combined 949 horsepower and over 663 pound-feet of torque, the LaFerrari tops its cutting-edge engineering with efficiency, power, and stunning designs to make this loaded gun of a car very comfortable to drive. A machine designed to take the tarmac wherever it goes and at whatever particular pace, the batteries even recharge under braking, making track day all the more tempting. Every aspect of the, down to the very last detail, has been carefully tuned. If it was not obvious from the exterior, the interior has an immense amount of F1 influence, including the steering wheel shape, the locations of controls and pedal design. There is even a toggle between tachometer visuals for either a relaxed or a more competitive display.

Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta

Fully expected to be dubbed with the “Spider” title, the LaFerrari Aperta for sale, took the world by storm during its reveal at the Paris Motor Show last year. While this highly anticipated release took the world by storm, the small production numbers were even more shocking. Generating an almost unbelievable 950 horsepower output, with top speeds of 217 MPH and a 0 to 60 speed of less than 3 seconds, the LaFerrari Aperta relies on the combination of a 6.3-liter V12 and an electric motor for its nearly unheard-of level of power production. Additional focus was placed on reducing the amount of drag created by the open-top, along with enhancing the aerodynamics of the already sleek and angular exterior.

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