Ferrari LaFerrari is one of the flagship Ferraris of this decade and the successor to the Ferrari Enzo. This car is an absolute beauty and has been designed to perfection, its just so beautiful you can fall in love with it at first sight. Only 499 have been built, available only to serious Ferrari collectors, and they’re all sold out. It has a 6.3-litre Ferrari V12 with a KERS-esque battery pack and electric motor to give 950bhp, 663lb ft of torque and can go up to 9000rpm. The interior is comfortable and high quality like other Ferraris but this has loads of carbon and is designed in a bespoke shape to fit around you the driver/buyer of the car, like a racing driver. This is one of the best cars Ferrari has made with 0-60mph in 2.5 seconds and they cost £1,150,000 new.
Look at this beauty, it’s one of the greatest cars every built. It looks phenomenal. The front of the car is pointed with vents in the bonnet along with sweeping headlights that run up the car, it looks dragon like. The side as you can see is built up of many different shapes all designed for one thing SPEED. The rear is creativity at its best. The single red column signed by the prestigious logo of Ferarri holds the rear together. The twin exhaust along with the flashing light in the lower middle is sexy. Overall it’s a masterpiece.
The interior is very luxurious and is capable of making you feel alive at its top speed. The LaFerrari’s steering wheel is another clear example of Ferrari’s on-going commitment to the kind of in-depth R&D embarked upon in the Enzo. The car’s various functions are integrated on the wheel Formula 1-style. The gear-shift paddles are now longer and more ergonomic. The signature bridge on which the other F1 gearbox functions are clustered has taken on a sleek, suspended wing-like shape on which the buttons are arranged for optimal efficiency.
Lastly, the satellite pods from which the instrument panel functions and infotainment (audio, sat nav and telemetry) are controlled have been moved, respectively, to the door and an island at the centre of the dashboard with the latter also including a very compact climate control panel.
For the first time on a Ferrari the dash features a reconfigurable digital instrument panel which gives the driver the choice of either a layout featuring the traditional central rev counter or a much more competition-style display designed for track use.
The LaFerrari’s driving position is an entirely new concept and draws heavily on F1. Both F1 drivers were directly involved in its development, resulting in a functional cockpit that is track-inspired, delivering the perfect marriage of tradition and modernity. The ergonomics of the LaFerrari’s driving position actually turns conventional road car concepts on their head and has a design normally seen only in racing cars: the seat is fixed but both the steering wheel and pedal box are highly adjustable to accommodate the driver’s preferred position.