The crashed Ferrari LaFerrari in China is returning in new images depicting the damages made to it.
Just a week ago, we were reporting on the most significant the model in question has been driven by a teenager who lost control of the wheel while crossing a viaduct on Wuzhong Road, late at night.
The good news is that the driver did not sustain any serious injuries, according to the local police, but the bad part is that the same cannot be said on the expensive and rare exotic vehicle which has been badly damaged at both sides. The servicing bill will be quite high and hopefully insurance will cover the incident because if it doesn’t, chances are there will be only 498 units of the LaFerrari left on the roads.
Ferrari has introduced the LaFerrari back in 2013 as a spiritual successor of the Enzo. The hypercar is the first hybrid to come to life in Maranello and also the most powerful Ferrari yet. It is taking its power from a 6.3 liter V12 engine which is backed up by an electric motor, producing a total output of 950 HP and 900 Nm of torque. The 0 – 100 km/h (62 mph) sprint is made in less than 3 seconds and top speed is 350 km/h (217 mph).