The Fastest, Most Powerful, Most Technological and Most Excellent Super Car of Ferrari History; "LaFerrari" Becomes the Star of Geneva
The fastest, most powerful, most technological and most excellent super car of Ferrari history; “LaFerrari” became the star of Geneva. The world premiere of the car with the “F150” code – which replaces the Ferrari’s icon super car model Enzo and which is awaited with great excitement all over the world – was realized in Geneva Auto Show with great interest from international press.

The name of the super car model – which will be manufactured as only 499 units in the scope of Ferrari’s “Special Limited Series” and which can be owned by very special Ferrari customers – will be “LaFerrari”. In his speech during the world launch, Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo explained the reason behind naming this super car as “LaFerrari”: We named it LaFerrari, because this super car represents everything that makes Ferrari brand perfect with its technology, design and handling features. This model – which will be manufactured with a limited number – sheds light for the future of not only Ferrari, but also the whole automotive sector. We consider LaFerrari as a benchmark for the future of the sector”.

Featuring many firsts in the Ferrari history, LaFerrari model has a hybrid system in which 2 engines take part – one gasoline and one electrical. While LaFerrari’s 6.3 litre V12 engine – which is developed completely with Formula 1 technology – produces 800 HP power, the electrical engine provides extra 163 HP power output thanks to the “HY-KERS” system. Thus, having a power output of 963 HP with the support of hybrid system, LaFerrari can reach a top speed more than 350 km/h, and its acceleration of 0-100 km/h is lower than 3 seconds; and it can reach from 0 to 200 km/h under 7 seconds.

The fastest, most powerful, most technological and most excellent super car of Ferrari history; “LaFerrari” became the star of Geneva. The world premiere of the car with the “F150” code – which replaces the Ferrari’s icon super car model Enzo and which is awaited with great excitement all over the world – was realized in Geneva Auto Show with great interest from international press.

The name of the super car model – which will be manufactured as only 499 units in the scope of Ferrari’s “Special Limited Series” and which can be owned by very special Ferrari customers – will be “LaFerrari”. In his speech during the world launch, Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo explained the reason behind naming this super car as “LaFerrari”: We named it LaFerrari, because this super car represents everything that makes Ferrari brand perfect with its technology, design and handling features. This model – which will be manufactured with a limited number – sheds light for the future of not only Ferrari, but also the whole automotive sector. We consider LaFerrari as a benchmark for the future of the sector”.

LaFerrari: The First Hybrid Model of Ferrari

Featuring many firsts in the Ferrari history, LaFerrari model has a hybrid system in which 2 engines take part – one gasoline and one electrical. While LaFerrari’s 6.3 litre V12 engine – which is developed completely with Formula 1 technology – produces 800 HP power, the electrical engine provides extra 163 HP power output thanks to the “HY-KERS” system. Thus, having a power output of 963 HP with the support of hybrid system, LaFerrari can reach a top speed more than 350 km/h, and its acceleration of 0-100 km/h is lower than 3 seconds; and it can reach from 0 to 200 km/h under 7 seconds.

Thanks to the cutting edge HY-KERS system developed by Ferrari, the car’s 0-200 km/h acceleration is reduced by 10%, and the emission is reduced by 40% in this process. Its robust and light-weight chassis consisting of 4 different carbon fibres is one of the prominent features of LaFerrari. By this way, LaFerrari stands out with its 27% more robust chassis when compared to the replaced Enzo model.
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"LaFerrari" Becomes the Star of Geneva