Felipe Massa in Warsaw, 18 May 2013
Screw your photos, I want my Itasha.
I’m having a hard time deciding whether the Mach 5 Ferrari or the EVA-01 McLaren is my favorite.
The Enzo-replacing LaFerrari: This Is It
This morning, at the Geneva Motor Show, Ferrari took the wraps off one of the most hotly anticipated super cars this year. In fact, one of the most hotly anticipated super car of any year. Meet the incredible 2014 Ferrari LaFerrari. Yes, that is the name. And yes, we know…
While there’s no mistaking the new range topper for a prancing horse in form, there’s something quite un-Ferrari under the carbon-fiber skin. A 800 horsepower 6.3-liter V12 with a HY KERS-derived hybrid system producing 163 horsepower — that makes for an astonishing 963 combined horsepower and 715 lb.-ft. of planetary-pole-shifting torque. Super car stuff indeed.
Other notables include a full carbon-ceramic braking system, bigger and badder than before. Formula One-inspired aerodynamic theories are employed throughout the technical design to aid in cooling and down force where needed.
The LaFerrari interior follows the top dog theme of form follows function, but there’s quite a bit more refinement over the Enzo it replaces. No doubt a loud, but cozy place to be.
Now the question will be who has the most insane, most advanced, most sought after new super car of the decade. Will it be the go-home-your-drunk Lamborghini Veneno, the incredibly over engineered Porsche 918 Spyder hybrid, or the fish-like McLaren P1 hybrid?
Follow our light, but right Geneva Motor Show coverage here.
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