Even Top Gear’s fiercest critics will admit that no show could capture the raw energy of an exotic car better. By its last run of episodes, it hadn’t just settled down into a rote routine of speed and design, it had perfected the art of the ultimate vehicle review. And in one of its very last episodes, Top Gear…
Dwayne Johnson posted this picture from the set of Ballers noting that he cannot fit inside this multimillion dollar LaFerrari hybrid hypercar. Is it that Mr. Johnson is too big? No. The Ferrari is certainly too small.
The hybrid hypercar trio are almost identically powerful, desirable, and fast, but there’s one line that makes me want the LaFerrari over the McLaren P1 and the Porsche 918 Spyder.
To get the Holy Trinity of hypercars together at a track, you need to have the right names in your phonebook. To drive the crap out of them and have as much fun as possible, you need Chris Harris, Tiff Needell and Marino Franchitti behind the wheels.
Terrible video, unfortunately, shot using what appears to be a potato aimed at a computer screen. But you can tell what happens. (Kind of.)
A LaFerrari wrecked earlier today, reportedly on the streets of Hungary’s capital city of Budapest. While we haven’t managed to find video of the event just yet, several photos from the crash scene are currently up on Facebook.
What do you do when your $1.5 million car is caught on video terrorizing a residential neighborhood, then you further piss everyone off by saying you have diplomatic immunity when you really don’t? Simple: you get the fuck outta Dodge.
Police officials in Beverly Hills investigating the LaFerrari and Porsche 911 GT3 drivers who tore through a neighborhood at excessive speeds say that the parties involved do not have actually have diplomatic immunity like they claimed.
You’ve probably seen the viral video where a LaFerrari and a white Porsche 911 GT3 blast through residential streets in Beverly Hills, scraping their bumpers, blowing past stop signs and grenading one of their engines. And you may have wondered, “Where are the cops in all of this?”
Okay, we get it. Cars are fun, the suburbs are boring. But these two pinheads are driving recklessly, almost ruining two beautiful cars, and not even really looking that cool doing it:
Nobody is sure what Lamborghini showed off in its super exclusive hologram display at Pebble Beach last week, but we do know it was a ridiculous sports car of which they are not going to make a lot of. Oh, and it will be very, very expensive. Even by Lamborghini standards.
We finally got our hands on a LaFerrari to do a full test. It gets to 60 in 2.4 seconds. It pulls 1.16 G on the skid pad. And it tops out at 217 MPH. Meet the quickest car Road & Track has ever tested.
Can a 789 horsepower Ferrari V12 possibly sound better than a twin-turbo Koenigsegg V8 producing one megawatt of holy force? I guess it’s about time we find out!
Why limit your wallpaper to one car when you can have four LaFerraris and two Enzos? Photographer Joshua Francisco took this gorgeous photo at the Ferrari Challenge Sonoma Raceway a couple weeks ago.
The F40, the F50, the Enzo, the LaFerrari. All were tested during their development by the same test driver. Now he returns to drive them all back-to-back.
That probably will not buff out.