Ferrari’s hybrid hypercar was introduced at the Geneva Auto Show in 2013, and limited to 499 examples. Because the LaFerrari coupe sold out before their big 70th Anniversary, the decision was made to remove the roof. The last time such a car was offered, the F50 required a storage case larger than a piano box to safely store the carbon fiber roof. A removable hardtop would change the car’s weight distribution and handling, so Ferrari chose the most difficult solution.
You can’t simply reinforce a few parts of the chassis and expect a roadster to have the same torsional response and cornering abilities of a coupe. Therefore, the LaFerrari Aperta shares similar lines, but it is essentially a different car. The cloth roof required a new windshield structure, door sills, and suspension tuning. Creating a niche to store the roof required the radiator and fans to offer the same heat rejection while creating a slipstream that doesn’t cause cockpit turbulence. After all this, production was limited to 210 cars.
With such limited production, Ferrari didn’t make a profit on the program. What they did was to allow their most valued customers to personalize their most powerful roadster. This is one such example that was delivered to a prominent Denver collector on October 7th of 2017. Instead of the regular-production Bianco Avus white, he opted for triple-layer “Extracampionario” Bianco Italia with Giallo (Yellow) accents throughout the black interior.
From here, he proceeded to order everything under the sun. From the Personalization Pack, Track Inner Cams, all optional carbon fiber, yellow calipers, sport exhaust, stripes, paint protection film, suspension lift, telemetry, car cover, and the Classiche Program. With only 675 miles, it shows no signs of wear inside or out, and that is why chassis #225883 would look great in your collection. Click the button below for all the details and stay with us for more amazing inventory at Ferrari of Denver.