The drop top LaFerrari Aperta has been photographed in the wild and it looks just as spectacular as we expected judging from the studio shots.
This is one Humpty Dumpty model – it sits up there on the wall and even if you reach it you know you’ll break it – meaning that even if you have the financial means to afford it you won’t be able to buy it. The LaFerrari Aperta is already sold out even though it hasn’t even been presented to the worldwide public properly and in the metal. This is going to take a long time happening because it will be featured early October during the Paris Motor Show – and Ferrari is also expected to put salt on the wound by telling us how many units will be produced for the people entitled to own one. With the coupe looking as it looks, it’s no wonder the Aperta is even better looking – as we can see from the real world pictures shared here.
Ferrari has opted to equip the LaFerrari Aperta with two commodities – a detachable fabric roof and a removable hard top manufactured from carbon fiber. The car seen here, caught naked at home around the Ferrari HQ was playing around without the roof on and has the classic all-red look whereas the official pictures depicted a black one with red accents. Even when parting ways with the roof the Aperta will have no lesser aerodynamics compared with the coupe due to the engineering modifications. More so, the team also obtained the same torsional rigidity and beam stiffness – so that means the same performance: 62 mph (100 km/h) sprint in under three seconds and a maximum speed of at least 217 mph (350 km/h).