At least the hybrid hypercar wasn’t damaged on that day, as long as the camera kept rolling at least.
This Ferrari may look badly damaged but everything under the skin works and sounds as it should.
This thinly disguised 488 could very well be a very early mule of Ferrari’s first ‘mainstream’ hybrid.
The two new speedsters were at Monza over the weekend for the Ferrari Mondiali event.
Mecum Auctions has both a LaFerrari coupe and LaFerrari Aperta roadster consigned for its Kissimmee sale in January.
Police say excessive speed caused this LaFerrari, which allegedly belongs to a TV star and businessman, to crash.
Captured running around the factory in Maranello is what appears to be a developmental test mule for the forthcoming Ferrari Purosangue crossover.
The Italian super GT is equipped with an aftermarket exhaust system, and it sounds better than the already impressive stock item.
Despite the Tesla’s excellent launch, the Ferrari clawed its way back thanks to its monstrous V12 engine.
This Ferrari FF owner certain knows how to have a good time.
Ferrari’s 812 Superfast goes to 300 km/h (186 mph) in less than 20 seconds, and maxes out at 340 km/h (211 mph).
The British supercar is quick enough to take the superlatively-named 812 Superfast out of its comfort zone.