At a biennial auto exhibition, the Paris Motor Show, Ferrari took the covers of the LaFerrari Aperta, all 200 units of which has been sold out. However, Italian automaker will preserve 9 cars to boast at various 2017 events marking the 70th anniversary of the company.
Previously known as “Spider”, LaFerrari Aperta is the fastest open-top road car ever produced by the Prancing Horse, capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in under 3 seconds, and reaching a top speed of more than 220 mph. The car’s naturally aspirated 6.3-liter V-12 engine delivers 789 hp, and is augmented by a 161-hp electric motor that uses F1 energy recovery and deployment strategies. The powertrain drives the rear wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.
Available with both a carbon fibre hard top (optional) and soft top, the LaFerrari Aperta’s styling retains the essential characteristics of the La Ferrari coupé. It is a futuristic and absolutely extreme car that seamlessly marries form and function whilst still retaining clear links to classic Ferrari styling cues. The only significant difference is the door rotation system: when fully open, the Aperta’s doors are now at slightly different angle than in the coupé version.
As for its exterior, the LaFerrari Aperta’s body shape is very sculptural and aerodynamically functional, with an innovative formal features. Its fluid forms lend a sense of huge power, while the F1-inspired nose and the muscular power of the tail section reveal the car’s extreme, sporty character.
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