The upcoming Ferrari LaFerrari XX has been recently spotted while it was being tested out on the famous Paul Ricard track, in France.
A prototype version of the Ferrari LaFerrari XX has been recently caught on camera while it was being tested out on the Paul Ricard track, in France. The model in question will eventually receive a production version which will be basically a track-only variant of the current LaFerrari, which will not be street-legal. The carmaker isn’t the only one doing this as McLaren is currently working on a race-spec version of the flagship P1.
If you have your eyes on such a vehicle, you should probably hurry up to Maranello in order to place a deposit because just 30 units will be produced and, knowing how Ferrari works, most of them have been probably sold out for the moment. The Ferrari LaFerrari XX is believed to come with a 6.3 liter V12 engine, which will be updated, along with a tweaked electric motor. Rumors are saying that the total output produced will stand as approximately 1,050 HP (772 kW). The Ferrari LaFerrari XX will be introduced sometimes next year, probably during the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.