Ferrari has officially announced that its newest supercar, LaFerrari, Enzo’s successor, has already gathered 1,000 customers interested to pay the price of 1.3 million euros for this amazing machine.
A few years ago, when Bugatti Veyron was launched at an exorbitant price, which jumped over a million, many voices hoped the exotic model will be a total failure. Over the years, however, Bugatti has shown that many customers could afford paying the price for such a model. This example is now copied by other reputable manufacturers, Ferrari included, that put extremely high prices for extremely rare models.
2013 La Ferrari Photos & Updates
Ferrari launched last week at the Geneva Motor Show, a model whose price went over one million euros. LaFerrari, simply called by many Enzo’s successor, brought the same critics initially seen at Bugatti. To those who thought that Italians have exaggerated about the price, we could only say this: in Maranello there were twice the number of orders than units scheduled for production. In other words, 1,000 instead of 499.
2013 LaFerrari is for sale
The 499 copies which were promised for LaFerrari seem to be insufficient to satisfy men looking for an exclusive supercar and highly efficient. So far, 1,000 people have expressed their desire to purchase Scuderia’s supreme creation. For the small price of €1.3 million, future customers will receive, besides a very rare supercar, a V12 800 hp unit, assisted by an electric motor that also contributes to another 163 hp.
2013 LaFerrari Specs
Torque total includes 700 Nm of its conventional unit and 270 Nm more, from its electric motor. LaFerrari goes from 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) in less than three seconds and from 0-124mph (0-200 km/h) in 7 seconds and let’s not forget from 0-186mph (0-300 km/h) in just 15 seconds. Some say the maximum speed of LaFerrari was 217 mph (350 km/h), all we know is, it’s just the beginning.