This is it: the last Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta. Presumably, Ferrari will make no more after this one. Unless something crazy happens, like Steve Jobs coming back to life and demanding one. Or something.
Ferrari did it once before with the Ferrari TheFerrari and now it’s doing it again with the Ferrari TheFerrari Open: it’s building one last car and proceeds from the sale will go towards charity. Angelic!
The Ferrari LaFerrari is a wildly high-tech and pricey machine, worth at least $1 million in most cases. But this one may soon be an expensive paperweight thanks to one dumbass who doesn’t think import laws apply to him.
What’s better than one Ferrari? Two Ferraris. (Unless you don’t like Ferraris, that is.) These two remind me of my cats at dinnertime, but they’re begging me to drive them rather than to feed them.
The Ferrari LaFerrari may be super low to the ground and more than just a little bit difficult to get into, but you don’t have to do that if you’re just looking at a photo—a great photo, too. Isn’t that nice?
Ferrari’s greatest (now ex-greatest) fan and legendary racing mogul Preston Henn filed a lawsuit against the automaker in July because they refused to sell him a LaFerrari Aperta—even after Henn mailed Sergio Marchionne a check for a deposit of $1 million. That lawsuit has since been dropped, but Henn still wants to…
The ex-Top Gear trio made their triumphant return to internet video this evening with the premiere of The Grand Tour. It opened with a bang: a battle between the Holy Trinity of hypercars. Porsche 918 vs. McLaren P1 vs. Ferrari LaFerrari. Why, then, was the Ferrari excluded from one test we know it can do?
Ferrari is said to have built 499 production LaFerraris. Only if there’s a lot of money and prestige involved, or some other very special circumstances, will it break that rule and make any more. But to benefit the Italian people? That’s a good enough reason.
Someone may have been going just a tad too fast through an Italian town near the Dolomites when they beached their LaFerrari right on top of a rock outside a restaurant. That’s right: on top. However this wreck happened, that’s just impressive right there.
The LaFerrari, with all of somewhere north of 900 horsepower, is a very fast car. You can measure its raw acceleration in time, or distance. Me, I prefer to measure it in neck. Just look at that dude’s neck.
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.
Super-rich-dude Paul Bailey submitted his Holy Trinity of hypercars–the Ferrari LaFerrari, Mclaren P1, and Porsche 918 Spyder–to a track comparison at Silverstone. We assume this happened before he crashed his 918 into a crowd of people a few days ago at a Malta car show.
Chris Harris finally got the three hybrid hypercars together on a track and here’s the first trailer of the video and it looks like he might beat (Not) Top Gear to the punch.
Check out this 2,740 horsepower showdown between the McLaren P1, Porsche 918 Spyder, and Ferrari LaFerrari on the same race track in the same conditions. It might not be elite driving, but seeing what these cars can do in “consumer spec” in the hands of their actual owners is kind of fascinating.
This isn't the fastest lap a LaFerrari can do around the Nurburgring, but it is one with the most tire smoke. This guy has balls of carbon fiber.