Like that beautiful stranger across the room, this latest release from Ferrari is not only mysterious, it’s also rather unattainable. It’s the convertible version of the LaFerrari, and it’s already sold out.
Not much is known about the sleek beast, except that it has the same hybrid engine setup as the original LaFerrari coupe, which has 949 combined horsepower from its 6.3-liter V12 and its 120 kW electric motor, as well as identical performance figures including a 0-60 time of 2.4 seconds and a top-speed of 217 mph.
The last convertible Ferrari dropped was the 661hp 488 Spider. And while it’s reasonable to assume that it could take on the “Spider” moniker after its name, there are rumours that it could adopt the “Aperta” suffix (Italian for “open”), as seen in previous models like the 599 SA Aperta and the 458 Speciale A Aperta.
Only selected Ferrari owners were invited to purchase the convertible LaFerrari, at a cost of an estimate US$1.4 million (S$1.9 million) which is a testament to the fact that very occasionally, money can’t buy you everything.