Ferrari Claims There Won’t be a "Super" LaFerrari After All
Just yesterday we mentioned a rumor suggesting there will be an extreme version of the recently announced LaFerrari supercar. However, Ferrari officials have denied those rumors and reported that we are not going to get something more extreme than the LaFerrari.
According to the Italian company, the man who sparked the rumors, LaFerrari’s chief designer Flavio Manzoni, got the wrong idea. In a recent interview with AutoCar, he reported that there are lots of design elements Ferrari didn’t used in the LaFerrari, but they will be included in future Ferrari models, including in a more extreme version of the model.
However, it looks like such a car is "easily done, but it’s not the case." Meaning that Ferrari has no plans for a model placed above the LaFerrari and such a model is or never was under discussion. So we guess we are not going to get our LaFerrari EVOXX after all! At least that’s what the super-secretive supercar builder claims
Click past the jump to read more about the LaFerrari.
The new LaFerrari supercar was unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show and it is by far one of the greatest supercars we have seen this year.
The model is powered by a 6.3-liter V-12 engine combined with two electric motors — one motor powers the driven wheels and the second drives the ancillaries. This system delivers a total of 963 horsepower — 800 delivered by the V-12 engine and 163 by the electric motors.
The LaFerrari can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in less than 3 seconds and goes up to a top speed of more than 217 mph.
Before you get too excited, we have to remind you that all the 499 units have already been spoken for, despite the car’s huge price of about $1.3 million.
Source: Cars UK