Ferrari’s limited-production halo car sold out before the end of last year and it shouldn’t come as any surprise that it is insanely expensive.
But the brand hadn’t said what it planned to charge for the red-hot sports car that borrows technology directly from its formula 1 race cars. Understandably, there isn’t an official price that can accurately represent the LaFerrari. With so few being built and each being spoken for, it’s probably fair to assume that the well-heeled homes they’re heading for won’t hesitate to go nucking futs with bespoke options. But Ferrari says the U.S. base price is $1.4 million.
For that price, you could purchase up to 26 new Chevrolet Corvettes, or almost 13 Vipers. Scratch that, you could get many more Vipers than that because SRT can’t seem to sell the silly things and would probably give you one heck of a bargain on a bulk order.
Things really get interesting when you start calculating cars everyday drivers buy. For example, a LaFerrari budget leaves space for about 73 Honda Civic sedans or a whopping 109 Nissan Versa sedans. Alternatively, you could buy a small city’s worth of cars on Craig’s list! But back to TheFerrari.
The bonkers supercar makes a combined total 950 hp between a 6.3-liter V12 that pushes 789 hp alongside a permanent magnet synchronous electric motor with 161 hp. It rockets to 60 MPH in a frantic 2.6 seconds and to 100 mph in 5.1 with a top speed of 218 MPH should you find the courage to test it. All that and it’s supposed offer up to 20 mph on the highway. Heyo hybrid!
Not that it’s terribly relevant considering they’re sold out, but the LaFerrari will begin arriving in the U.S. this summer.
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