After months of speculation and numerous leaks, the new limited Ferrari hypercar is finally revealed – partially.
Ferrari still keeps the official name, technical characteristics and the number of cars produced under wraps up until the car’s official debut at the Paris Motor Show.
All we know so far is that the open-top LaFerrari will be available with a carbon hard top and a removable soft top while the hardware remains the same with its fixed-roof brother.
This means that under the sexy bodywork lies the glorious 789hp V12 paired to a 160hp electric motor for a total output of 950hp (963PS). Ferrari also lets us know that the chassis has been extensively modified in order to offer the same torsional rigidity and beam stiffness with the normal LaFerrari, if you can call a LaFerrari normal.
Even the aerodynamics of the bodywork have been further honed in order to offer the same drag coefficient when driving with the roof off so don’t expect any noticeable differences in straight-line performance.
And just in case you now want one, learn that every example scheduled to be made is already sold as Ferrari did show the car to a selected few in a special preview. Can you blame them?