Ferrari has finally lifted the covers for its hybrid offering with the LaFerrari hybrid over in Geneva. The hybrid supercar was officially unveiled over at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, the successor to the Enzo featuring first applications of a hybrid system.
The LaFerraria can reportedly go from 0-62 MPH in just three seconds and can reach up to 124MPH in only seven seconds. The LaFerraria is powered by Ferrari’s HY-KERS hybrid system which features a powerful 6.3L 12 engine which is supported by an electric motor and a seven-speed transmission.
Only 499 units of the LaFerraria will be built and each will cost a whopping $1.69 million. If you are planning to get one, tough luck. It seems that most of the units have already been sold.