If you can get over the somewhat dubious name, Ferrari’s Enzo-succeeding LaFerrari supercar looks fully prepared to carry a torch that has been passed along through four previous generations of Ferrari supercar. Ferrari Laferrari Left Side View Powered by the HY-KERS system that was developed alongside Ferrari’s Formula 1 racing efforts, LaFerrari incorporates a 789-hp, 6.3-liter V-12 internal combustion engine that is paired with a 120kW (161 hp) electric motor (a second electric motor powers the car’s ancillary components. Coupled with Ferrari’s F1 dual-clutch gearbox, Ferrari claims a sub-3-second 0-62 mph time and a sub 7-second 0-124 mph sprint. There’s no word on top speed, but Ferrari does claim that with a Fiorano lap-time of under 1:20, LaFerrari is a five seconds quicker around its home racetrack than the Enzo and more than three seconds quicker than Ferrari’s current front-engined flagship, the F12 Berlinetta.
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