Ferrari Open Top LaFerrari

Jul 7, 2016

Category: Rides

For those who refuse to compromise the feeling of a top-down convertible even when it comes to supercars, there’s the newly released LaFerrari, a limited edition special series release. Looking like something out of a James Bond movie, these Ferraris feature smooth lines and a clean design without going overboard.

Each series will be made available with a removable carbon-fiber hard top and removable soft top for the vehicle. As far as performance figures go, Ferrari plans to keep the original model’s 6.3-liter V-12 engine mated to a hybrid power unit delivering 950 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque. It’s all controlled through a seven-speed dual-clutch manual transmission and set to make a public debut at the upcoming Paris Motor Show this October. We’re sure more detailed information and additional photos will be released in the coming months. However, if you’re looking to purchase one of these topless rides it’s already too late as all available editions have already been reserved.

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