Ferrari has come a long way since the 1947 125 S, which was powered by a 1.49-liter V12 engine. Now, we have the 6.3-liter V12 LaFerrari that has a hint of hybrid technology. The difference in horsepower between these two cars is over 800.
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However, from then and now there were a lot of Ferraris that were unveiled, with some selling for millions nowadays. Below, we have put together a quick infographic on the evolution of some of the more popular Ferraris from 1947 up until the LaFerrari.
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