A mysterious test mule of the Ferrari LaFerrari has been recently spotted on the roads in Italy, wearing some camouflage on its body.
Ferrari has introduced the LaFerrari back in 2013 so wrapping a unit in camouflage makes no sense, unless the company is working on a new body style of the model. Such a supercar has been recently spotted outside the company’s facility in Maranello and rumor has it that this might be the anticipated LaFerrari Spider. The butterfly doors are expected to be replaced by conventional ones, if this will become a reality, and the supercar should get a removable roof, consisting of two panels.
The Ferrari LaFerrari Spider is believed to be produced in less than 10 units, which will make it even more exclusive than its coupe brother, which has been put together in 499 units. Prices for the vehicle are expected to start at somewhere between 2 and 4 million USD and the same 6.3L V12 engine is expected under its hood, backed up by an electric motor. The total output should stand at the same 950 HP (708 kW) and 900 Nm (664 lb-ft) of torque, sent to the rear wheels through a 7-speed dual clutch transmission.
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