Ferrari’s own website for its bespoke 2014 LaFerrari is up and running

Following the world debut of Ferrari’s latest and most anticipated hypercar, the Enzo succeeding 2014 LaFerrari, the Italian Prancing Horse had decided to launch their new bespoke website for the ultra-rare and exotic hypercar.

Click here for our original post on the 2014 Ferrari LaFerrari after its debut in Geneva.

There, you can learn all about the new 2014 Ferrari LaFerrari in the form of some brief scriptures and original pictures. Additionally, you could even fantasize about what color you’d get yours in. But unfortunately, only the three most typical colors for a Ferrari are available.

Can you guess what they are? Have a go at the site here.

Refresher: Power for the 2014 Ferrari LaFerrari is provided by a 6.3L V12 mated to Ferrari’s patented HY-KERS hybrid propulsion design. This all-new 2014 LaFerrari’s V12 is capable of 789hp and 516 lb-ft of torque. Thanks to the electric motor, which makes an additional 161hp and 148 lb-ft, the 2014 LaFerrari produces a grand total of 950hp and 664 lb-ft of torque, allowing it to zoom past 62 MPH in less than three seconds, for a top run of 217 MPH.

– By: Chris Chin


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  • desertwind

    Chris, I would welcome the same sarcasm you used in the article on the Range Rover Sport being applied to the LaFerrari (a name so unimaginative that it borders on the stupid). A limited series of 499 cars, each of which has at least two or three customers more than ready to plonk a Million Euros suggest that it is sold out at least two times over. So why bother with any of the other stuff? I find it the personification of cynicism.

    And yet, I still would love to own a 458 or 599. So, ironically it is me who is with fault.