The Prancing Horse’s special-edition Ferrari LaFerrari is the maximum expression of what defines the Italian brand

Andrea Divirgilio / March 5, 2013

Today at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, the auto enthusiasts across the globe get to witness the launch of some of the finest and eagerly anticipated luxury cars including the $3.9 million Lamborghini Veneno, the Concept Car Pininfarina Sergio, the Rolls-Royce Wraith, the Bentley’s Flying Spur, the Aston Martin Rapide Bertone Jet 2+2, the Production Alfa Romeo 4C, and the Toyota’s FT-86 Open Concept, along with the Prancing Horse’s eagerly-anticipated limited-series special, the Ferrari LaFerrari of which just 499 will be built. Dubbed as LaFerrari, as it’s described as the maximum expression of what defines the iconic Italian automotive brand. With F1-inspired aerodynamics, the Ferrari LaFerrari depicts excellence in terms of technological innovation, performance, visionary styling and the sheer thrill of driving. Especially designed to aim the avid Ferrari collectors, this is truly an extraordinary car which encompasses advanced solutions that, in the future, will find their way onto the rest of the range, and it represents the benchmark for the entire automotive industry. Interestingly, this four-seater also features in-car entertainment in the form of embedded iPad minis.

The Prancing Horse's special-edition Ferrari LaFerrari is the maximum expression of what defines the Italian brand

Ferrari LaFerrari

Defined to be the finest expression of Ferrari’s unique, unparalleled engineering and design know-how, including that acquired in Formula 1, the LaFerrari comes equipped with dynamic controls that are integrated for the first time ever on a Ferrari road car with active aerodynamics and the HY-KERS system.

Ferrari LaFerrari

Further, a very advanced and uncompromising approach was also taken with the interior design which features an HMI inspired by F1 single-seaters.

Ferrari LaFerrari

Notably, it’s the first car in the Ferrari history to be powered by the HY-KERS system, and comes equipped with the 6262 CC V12 engine.

Via: NYTimes / Ferrari

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