Ferrari has finally revealed their latest hypercar at the Paris Motor Show and it’s officially called the LaFerrari Aperta… not Spider. But, before I go any further, I must tell you that all of the reported 209 LaFerrari Apertas to be made have already been spoken for and is completely sold out. If you’re wondering how much these people had to pay to get one pre-ordered, estimates online have been ranging from $2.1 million to $3.9 million.
As far as performance figures go, the LaFerrari Aperta is just as formidable as its Coupe brethren. Motor1 notes that the hypercar will run these figures: 0-60 mph in less than three seconds, 0-124 mph in less than seven seconds and 0-186 mph in 15 seconds. Its top speed is currently rated at over 217 mph.
To achieve these numbers, Ferrari’s engineers made sure they could get the most out of the 963 hp combination of V12 engine and electric motor. And to do this, they had to engineer the heck out of its open-top aerodynamics and its chassis. Ferrari notes that the LaFerrari Aperta has the same rigidity and drag coefficient characteristics as the LaFerrari coupe, both being huge feats.
Impressive? You better believe it.
View the unveiling. Skip to around 15:27 for the LaFerrari Aperta.