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Rent Ferrari LaFerrari in Europe
The Ferrari LaFerrari - or, as Ferrari would prefer us to say, simply 'LaFerrari'. It's one of a trio of near-legendary cars, joined irrevocably with the McLaren P1 and Porshe 918 Spyder to form what plenty of petrolheads
have named 'The Holy Trinity'. The LaFerrari follows in the footsteps of Ferrari's most legendary cars - 288 GTO, F40, F50 and Enzo - but for the first time adds an electric motor to the V12 petrol engine, creating a performance
hybrid with F1-style KERS system. The LaFerrari's price topped £1 million when new, but that's irrelevant - it's long since sold out.
The 6.3-litre V12 revs to 9250rpm and develops 789bhp at 9000rpm for a specific output of 128bhp-per-litre. Maximum torque is 516lb ft at 6750rpm. This is supplemented by an electric motor that drives directly through the
differential (not the gearbox, as in the P1), spins at 16,500rpm and contributes a further 161bhp and 199lb ft. Together with the batteries, the combined weight of the hybrid system is 146kg - roughly half that of the admittedly
beefier 918 Spyder’s hybrid system. It more than pulls its weight, improving acceleration by 20 per cent and delivering a 50 per cent reduction in CO2. The headline performance figures are a 0-60mph time of ‘less than 3sec’ and
a 0-124mph time of ‘under 7sec’. At 1m20s, the LaFerrari’s Fiorano track time is also 5sec quicker than an Enzo and 3sec quicker than the F12 Berlinetta, which it displaces as Ferrari’s fastest ever road car. The top speed is
quoted as over 217mph. It combines this performance with a claimed 220g/km of CO2 in hybrid mode – lower emissions than a Lotus Exige. Active aerodynamics see front and rear diffusers, an underbody guide vane and a rear spoiler
all react and deploy automatically when driving conditions require. This generates downforce without unnecessarily compromising the car’s drag coefficient. Both the hybrid system and active aero integrate into the rest of the
LaFerrari’s dizzying electronic systems, including F1-trac and E-diff. There’s a Brembo carbon-ceramic brake setup, while the 19in front/20in rear alloy wheels are wrapped in Pirelli P Zero rubber.
With performance levels in the stratosphere and such a high focus placed on weight savings and efficiency, the interior of the LaFerrari is a surprisingly comfortable and refined space to sit in. The first thing you'll notice
is the F1 themed styling, which runs through the exterior and makes its way into the cabin. The centerpiece has to be the squared-off steering wheel, which closely resembles the ones found in F1 cars. Keeping with the theme of
ultimate efficiency and performance, the driver's seat has been fixed in place so as not to disturb the fine balance of the car, but the steering wheel and pedals can be adjusted. Behind the steering wheel sits a large tachometer,
and not much else. All non-essentials have been moved to the center console. As for interior features, you get a dual-zone climate control system that provides heating and cooling, an anti-glare rearview mirror, a digital clock,
as well as a security system with immobilizer. The LaFerrari's interior features all the usual suspects you'd find in supercars: you get leather seats, Alcantara on the steering wheel, and a massive dose of carbon-fiber. After
all, most of the components feature the sturdy material in one shape or another. A massive carbon-fiber spine running through the middle of the cabin separates the two seats. The self-titled Ferrari's interior is beautifully
finished, and all materials feel like a million dollars.
- Engine: 6.3 L V12- Max Power: 950 bhp @ 9000rpm- Max Torque: 900 Nm @ 6750 rpm- Seating Capacity: 2- Transmission: Automatic- Boot Space: 74 liters- Fuel Tank Capacity: 95 liters- Fuel Type: Petrol/Hybrid
- Body Type: Coupe
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