The LeFerrari Spyder HyperSupercar is Sexy & Wild Looking
Ferraris Supercars are noted for being very sexy, but the new LeFerrari HyperSupercar, a Limited Edition with a removable top, is going to be famous for something else, its Wild looks.
LeFerrari draws its 963 hp from an electric motor and V12 engine and offers buyers a choice between a soft top or removable hard top of carbon fiber.
The latest version of Ferrari’s $1.4-M top-of-the-liner has not been given a name yet.
It will bow at the Paris auto show this Fall, so we will know what to call it soon.
The car look like it might have been designed in the studio of Hollywood legend George Barris’ and built for a film.
This Ferraris liveried in Black, a color not often seen on a Ferrari, so this is kind of cool and adds some menace.
Ferrari said in a statement that “significant and extensive modifications have been made to the chassis with the aim of retaining the same torsional rigidity and beam stiffness as the coupé version” and that the “car’s aerodynamics have also been further honed to guarantee the same drag coefficient when driving in the open configuration.”
In other words, this will be a full on LeFerrari HyperSupercar, no short cuts taken.
Ferrari did not say how many of the HyperSupercars it will make or exactly what they will cost, based on the precedent set by the coupe LeFerrari, the Spyder could generate more than EUR 500-M in revenue. A nice pump for it balance sheet,
The convertible lets customers tap into “the joy of al fresco driving even when at the wheel of a supercar,” Ferrari said in its statement.
But, hang on you cannot buy one even if you have the cash, Ferrari reports the order book Sold Out before the announcement Tuesday..
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