Another example of the extremely rare and powerful Ferrari LaFerrari has been crashed recently, this time in France.
Just a year ago, we were presenting you with the first ever recorded crash of a Ferrari LaFerrari, which took place in Monaco, and now the second one seems to have suffered the same fate. This particular example of the hybrid hypercar produced in Maranello was crashed recently in France. The model was wearing a British license plate and it has been snapped on camera in a ditch. We’re not sure on how this incident happened but chances are the driver lost control of the wheel. The good news is that the hypercar doesn’t seem to be severely damaged but keep in mind that the servicing bill will be going through the roof.
The Ferrari LaFerrari is the first ever hybrid supercar to be produced in Maranello. The so-called Enzo spiritual successor is also the most powerful road-legal car signed by the prancing horse and it is offered in a two-door body style, with a rear-mid engine and rear-wheel drive layout. It has been produced in just 499 units and each one costs more than 1 million USD. The hypercar is carrying a 6.3L naturally aspirated engine under its hood, backed up by a HY-KERS unit. The total output produced is 950 HP (708 kW) and 900 Nm (664 lb-ft) of torque. From 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph), it needs less than 3 seconds and top speed stands at 350 km/h (217 mph).