Bring A Trailer, the website set up to help you find listings for no-rust Renault Dauphines with a missing engine, is selling a LaFerrari with 95 miles on it for some reason. I expect the price to land somewhere between “GDP of a small country” and “the moon.”
The Ferrari LaFerrari hypercar has always been a lovely car with a profoundly dumb name, but I often like to fantasize about which other cars would be improved by its 6.3-liter hybrid V12 engine. Would it fit under the hood of a Porsche 924? That’s worth finding out, because a LaFerrari engine with just 20 miles on…
I had totally forgotten that Ferrari made one of these, the Ferrari TheFerrari Aperta, where “aperta” creatively means “open” in Italian. Regardless of its doofus name, listening to this car is where the good shit is at.
The LaFerrari FXX K is very fast and very expensive and very red and blah blah who cares just my god listen to the sound it makes when you shift gears.
The LaFerrari is a study in hybrid drive, high technology and lightweight design. Except that doesn’t include the doors, apparently, which are so heavy one owner had to call the cops to get him out.
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…
Top Gear pulled a weird stunt in the first episode of its rebooted series earlier this year when Chris Evans and Gordon Ramsay coyly announced the “first proof” of the LaFerrari Aperta, a “Spider” variant of the million dollar hypercar. The oddity continues with Ramsay’s video announcing his car’s delivery.
There’s no escaping the glowing red spirit of the mirror realm. Not even in the new LaFerrari Aperta.
More than anything else in the world, I hate not being able to feel the wind in my hair when I drive my Ferrari LaFerrari. Hate it! I wrote a bunch of angry letters to Maranello on my personal stationery, yelling about my displeasure. I pressed very hard into the paper to make a point.
Someone please tell me this is real. I want to believe.
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.
We suspected a drop-top LaFerrari was on the horizon, and now Ferrari has released the first press photos of the beast, and she’s absolutely stunning.
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.
For some insane reason, some brilliant mastermind decided to take a 180 horsepower, 400 pound superbike and pit it against a 950 horsepower, 3,500 pound hypercar in the most redneck automotive spectacle ever devised: a tug-of-war.
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.
Are you living your best life? This dog sure as hell is. He gets to ride in a LaFerrari.
Why buy a $1.5 million hybrid hypercar when you can’t even put the top down? It seems that Ferrari might just have the solution for the world’s well-to-do wind enthusiasts. A report from a photographer seems to indicate a LaFerrari Spider will be unveiled at a private event soon.
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.