This Ferrari LaFerrari is in the grey-zone, despite wearing a gorgeous red color on its body, as it’s being towed away somewhere in Munich.
Ferrari tried to be careful about choosing new owners for its most powerful production vehicle in history, and also its first ever hybrid, the LaFerrari, but planning doesn’t always go that well in the real world and this obviously didn’t stop four units from being crashed, with the latest one happening in Budapest.
But this story isn’t about a wrecked hypercar and the video stands proof as it’s showing us a LaFerrari being towed away. Whether it was parked illegally or it actually broke down, it remains to be seen because the clip isn’t revealing that much on the subject and, but since we’re talking about one of just 499 units put together in Maranello, we couldn’t ignore it.
Keep in mind that this is a mid-engined and rear-wheel hybrid supercar, which is using a 6.3-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine backed up by an in-house developed electric motor, developing no less than 950 HP and 664 lb-ft of torque. Ferrari is still keeping the 0 to 62 mph sprint time a secret, saying that it needs “less than 3 seconds”, but top speed stands at 217 mph.