Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta Goes On A Sideways Mowing Mission

Nothing held back the owner of this Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta from letting his precious ride slide over a freshly mowed lawn.

Filmed during the Heveningham Concours d’Elegance last month, the hybrid hypercar proved that it doesn’t need access to some of the world’s greatest tracks to put on a show, as a flat piece of land, covered in grass, could be just as exciting.

The short adventure included drifting, donuts, and short acceleration bursts, to the delight of those present at the event. Unfortunately, it also contained a very delicate moment that can be seen at 0:14, which probably left a few marks on the front apron that scraped against the pavement, shortly after the machine was set in motion.

Introduced at last year’s Paris Auto Show, the Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta is the convertible version of the LaFerrari. It combines the same 6.3-liter V12 engine and electric motor, which work together to produce 963PS (950hp), thus allowing it to accelerate from rest to 100km/h (62mph) in less than 3 seconds, and from 0 to 200km/h (124mph) in just 7.1 seconds. Give it enough room and the hypercar will eventually go over 350km/h (217mph).


  • Blade t

    Good to see someone having fun in a laferrari aperta for once….

    • europeon

      Indeed. Cars are meant to be driven and enjoyed, not kept under a key in a garage nobody can see them.
      The ba side is, knowing what and assh*le company Ferrari is, they will probably ban the owner of that car from ever buying a new car from them.

  • Bo Hanan

    I don’t see the entertainment value in watching rich idiots on display.
    P.S. yellow is not this cars color.

  • Ellz

    That was fun.

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