While there are lower-mileage examples out there, the hybrid powertrain is actually maintained best when driven instead of just sitting idle at a garage.
The event was organized by the Supercars Owners Circle club and was held at the Ambri Airport in the Swiss Alps.
The LaFerrari’s normally aspirated 6.3-liter V12 engine is gorgeous, sure, but does it worth so much?.
The P80/C, Monza SP2, SP3JC and F1 cars driven by Schumacher were all paraded at Goodwood over the weekend.
Easily the most revered of the Holy Trinity of hypercars, this LaFerrari is no garage queen yet maintained in immaculate condition.
Among the racers displayed are icons like Fangio’s D50 and Schumacher’s F2004 F1 car.
Both the LaFerrari and LaFerrari Aperta are powered by a 6.3-liter V12 engine with 950 hp.
Expertly controlling 950 HP going to the rear wheels means you’ve clearly mastered the art of driving.
This 313-mile LaFerrari Aperta will probably shift hands for at least $7 million.
This dealership currently hosts three 918 Spyders, two Veyrons, four 812 Superfasts and three Aventador SVJs…
Only mad dogs and a LaFerrari-owning Englishman go out playing in soaking rain.
The new Ferrari hybrid supercar could be faster than even the already stunning LaFerrari .