For months, Ferrari has been teasing the world of its successor to the mighty Enzo supercar. Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen glimpse of what the car may look like. But this morning, at the Geneva auto show, all speculations have come to an end as the Italian marquee as unveiled their brand new icon, Ferrari LaFerrari. It was worth the wait.
The most high performance and efficient Ferrari ever built. Powered by a standard combustion engine producing 800 horses, in addition to an electric motor making 163 horsepower, the new prancing horse puts out a staggering 963 combined horsepower. The chassis and bodyshell of LaFerrari is based on the multi-material approach used in the Scuderia F1 racecar, while styling improves the aerodynamics of the car.
Official price and performance has not been released. Limited to a production run of 499 copies, we can expect LaFerrari, like much of its predecessors, to quickly become a desired classic.