$2 million topless mega Fezza moves 200 units in record time.
Ferrari has added some wow factor to the Paris motor show, showing off its stunning LaFerrari Aperta convertible to a large crowd.
The hybrid Aperta makes 708kW and 700Nm via a naturally aspirated V12 mated to a 120kW electric motor. Unusually, 209 vehicles will be offered; 200 have already been snapped up by a Ferrari-approved list of brand enthusiasts, while the remaining nine will be kept for show duties.
No price was offered by Ferrari, but each example of the topless monster would easily cost in excess of $2 million. It’ll be offered with either a removable carbon fibre roof or a foldable cloth top.
The F40 and Enzo were hardtop-only.
The LaFerrari is the first hypercar from Maranello to be offered in in two such district bodystyles. The F40 and Enzo were hardtop-only, while the F50 was made solely with a removable hardtop.
The hardtop LaFerrari went out of production in 2015, with 499 built. One extra car was commissioned earlier this year, though, and will be auctioned off to raise money for the victims of the recent earthquakes that rocked central Italy.
Ferrari also showed off its first official GTC4C Lusso T, a turbocharged V8-powered rear wheel drive version of its V12-powered GTC4 Lusso shooting brake that gets its engine from the California T.