Ferrari has recently pulled the wraps off the brand new LaFerrari, the official successor of the Enzo, during the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, in a world premiere.
The newest creation signed by Ferrari, which was previously known as the F150 / F70, is named the LaFerrari and the model is 4,702 mm long, 1,992 mm wide and 1,116 mm tall. The Ferrari LaFerrari is riding on a wheelbase of 2,665 mm and it weighs just 1,255 kg (2,766 lbs), which is distributed 41 / 59 percent front to rear. The model has a double wishbone suspension on its front and a multi-link setup in the rear.
The Ferrari LaFerrari can be stopped by the Brembo carbon ceramic brakes, 398 x 223 x 36 mm front and 380 x 253 x 34 mm rear. The supercar also has ESC, EF1-TRAC (F1 Electronic Traction Control, integrated into the hybrid setup), a new differential, magnetorheological damping and the model is sitting on 19-inch 265/30 wheels in the front and 20-inch 345/30 at the rear.
The most important part of the Ferrari LaFerrai (how weird is that name) is found under its hood, where the 6,262 V12 engine is found, with its 800 HP (588 kW), at 9,000 rpm, and 700 Nm of torque (516 lb-ft), available at 6,750 rpm. This is the same unit used on the F12 Berlinetta, but it has been tweaked here. The LaFerrari also has an electric motor, which is providing an extra 163 HP (120 kW) and 270 Nm of torque (199 lb-ft). The total output of the supercar stands at 963 HP (708 kW) and it can rev up to an impressive 9,250 rpm.
Power is being sent to the wheels through a seven-speed DCT, which is allowing the Ferrari LaFerrari to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in less than 3 seconds, from 0 to 200 km/h (124 mph) in less than 7 seconds and from 0 to 300 km/h (186 mph) in 15 seconds, before reaching a top speed of 350 km/h (217 mph). The CO2 emissions stop at 330 g/km. Only 499 units of the Ferrari LaFerrari will be produced and each of them will be priced at 1.3 million euros (1.69 million USD / 1.11 million GBP).