Ferrari planning a more exclusive version of the LaFerrari

Article by Christian Andrei, on May 6, 2013

If you thought that the LaFerrari is already extreme, you’d better think again as the Italian manufacturer is planning a more exclusive version of the Enzo successor. Still, the new version will be sold in very small numbers, according to Flavio Manzoni, company’s chief designer, there will be fewer than 10 vehicles.

Apparently the design of the new version is already done, as it was a design proposal for the LaFerrari, according to Autocar.

For those who don’t know, the LaFerrari is powered by a 6.3-liter V12 engine delivering 800 hp and 700 Nm of torque but also by an electric motor that generates 163 hp, which means that the total output delivered by the hybrid system is an impressive 963 hp.

The standard LaFerrari weighs 1255 kg but it appears that the Italian company wants a vehicle that has a 1000 kg kerb weight. A special edition of the LaFerrari with a 1000 kg kerb weight could be very interesting and Ferrari could come with an FXX version of the LaFerrari, just like it did with the Enzo.

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