Ferrari LaFerrari Models and LaFerrari History
Starting in the 2014 model year, Ferrari introduced their latest in the line of hypercars. Following the F40, F50 and the Enzo, the Ferrari LaFerrari (or often simply identified as the LaFerrari) pushes the envelope in high-performance technology on four wheels. Extensively built using carbon fiber materials, the Ferrari LaFerrari was designed in-house. Coupled with the aggressive supercar shape is active aerodynamics that alters airflow for peak efficiency. The hypercar is also loaded with a full list electronic aids such as magnetorheological damping and an electronic differential. A pioneering supercar, the LaFerrari became Ferrari's first production car to function with a hybrid gasoline/electric powertrain. Inspired by Formula 1 racing, the mid-mounted 6.3-liter V-12 gasoline engine of the LaFerrari is paired with an electrical propulsion system called HY-KERS. The gasoline/electric powerplant generates a total 950 horsepower that is parlayed into incredible performance. Able to accelerate from 0 to 62 miles per hour in less than three seconds, the top speed potential of the LaFerrari is rated at 217 miles per hour. Scheduled as a limited production hypercar, only 499 examples of the Ferrari LaFerrari will exist.