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Ferrari LaFerrari

£ 1,150,000
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Published: 05 Feb 2015
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Ferrari LaFerrari review: a V12 with KERS electrification that amounts to 950bhp of pure industrial awesomeness.

Good stuff

It’s utterly magnificent. And the V12 at 9000rpm will make you weep

Bad stuff

Using 950bhp regularly requires commitment. And nerve

Overview

What is it?

The Ferrari LaFerrari - or just LaFerrari if you will - is the apogee of Ferrari’s current roadcar programme: a carbon, two-seat hypercar that melds a 6.3-litre Ferrari V12 with a KERS-esque battery pack and electric motor to give 950bhp and 663lb ft of torque. As you might expect, it looks like a spaceship, and drives like the best Ferrari ever made. Which in terms of useable horsepower, it is. Only 499 have been built, available only to serious Ferrari collectors, and they’re all sold out. A car so fantastic the company decided to make it definitive (it is literally called The Ferrari), neatly annexing the Italian company in a weird little semantic cul-de-sac when it comes to naming its next car…

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What's the verdict?

Quite simply, the most evocative hybrid hypercar in the world
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