Ferrari only built 499 examples of the LaFerrari. We understand why low volume keeps demand at a premium, it’s a smart way to do business. But for dealers and collectors, it allows truly unique cars to outshine the others. Cars with a unique combination of options are known as “1 of 1”, and can be a force multiplier when considering the selling price. My first car was the only 1987 Camaro Iroc-Z with crank windows and power locks…needless to say it didn’t make the car more desirable. This isn’t the case for Ferrari. One savvy owner chose a solid red exterior with red leather interior. Most enthusiasts won’t believe it because 99% of them have 2-tone paint with a black roof.
All options aside, the significance of the Ferrari LaFerrari is the incredible power. By combining a 6.3 liter V12 and a Hy-Kers electrical storage system, you have 963 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque at your disposal. Although production is over, their dominance will reign over all predecessors. Even cars like the final US-spec LaFerrari had two-tone paint, so how did solid red come to be? Maranello chose the owners upon recommendation by dealers and collectors.
This selectivity has been the source of high-profile individuals bad mouthing the factory because their wealth was not welcomed by the brand. The owner must have been loved by the executives because this car has options we’ve never seen. Along with telemetry and front suspension lift, it has large seat cushions and the track inner cams kit. If anyone can shed light on “track inner cams”, please tell us they are offering upgraded camshafts. If you don’t need that much voltage in your life, we have a nice inventory of Ferrari for sale. But if you have room for this one in your collection, click on the link below and stay with us for more fantastic Ferraris.