In 2016 The LaFerrari represented Ferrari’s most ambitious project yet. They pushed the boundaries of technology on a road car, drawing together the finest expression of the marque’s technical capabilities in both GT and Formula 1 engineering.
It boasts the most extreme performance ever achieved by a Ferrari production car and features the most advanced and innovative technical solutions which will, in the future, filter down to the rest of the Ferrari range.
The LaFerrari was Ferrari’s first ever production car to be equipped with the F1-derived hybrid solution – the HY-KERS system – which combines an electric motor producing over 150 CV with the most powerful incarnation yet of Ferrari’s classic V12, with 800 CV at 9000 rpm.
Only 499 units were produced, and each cost more than 1 million US dollars.
Ferrari LaFerrari Technical Specifications
Year of Manufacture – 2013
|total maximum power||963 CV|
|total maximum torque||>900 Nm|
|v12 maximum power*||800 CV @9000 rpm|
|maximum revs||9250 rpm|
|v12 maximum torque||700 Nm @6750 rpm|
|electric motor output||120 Kw (163 CV)|
|co2 emissions||330 g/km|
|maximum speed||over 350 km/h|
|0-100 km/h||<3 sec|
|0-200 km/h||<7 sec|
|0-300 km/h||15 sec|
|bore and stroke||94 x 75,2 mm|
|total displacement||6262 cc|
|specific power||128 CV/l|
|weight distribution||41% fr, 59% r|
|front||265/30 – 19|
|rear||345/30 – 20|
|Carbon ceramic brakes (Brembo)|
|front||398 x 223 x 36 mm|
|rear||380 x 253 x 34 mm|
|high perf abs/ebd||Performance anti blockage system/electronic brake balance|
|ef1-trac||F1 electronic traction control integrated with the hybrid system|
|e-diff 3||third generation electronic differential|
|scm-e frs||magnetorheological damping with twin solenoids (Al-Ni tube)|