October 16, 2016
In the Paris Motor Show, so many big names were absent but Ferrari participated with the debut of its LaFerrari Aperta Soft-top supercar. They are planning to manufacture 350 limited edition of this new beast.
Ferrari revealed LaFerrari Aperta unsurprisingly in the absence of other guests such as Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Bugatti, Aston Martin and Lamborghini. The shocking this is that it was also sort of a farewell party because Laferrari Aperta is already sold out. Now let’s see what specifications this unavailable car has.
laFerrari Aperta offers hybrid hyper performance due to an electric motor and a beast V12 engine resting in the middle of it. So as result, this supercar goes from 0 to 100km/h in just 3 seconds and has a top speed of 350+km/h and she also has a soft top. This supercar will be a tough challenge to its competitors.
So what is the purpose of mentioning that this car has a soft-top? Well, a car with soft-top has better structural rigidity and aerodynamics prowess to get a better start when accelerated. But according to FP reports, engineers and designers at Ferrari tried their best to ensure no difference between a hard-to and soft-top versions, and this is important because who wants to compromise on these little things.
Aperta will have an option of a removable hardtop and it will also come with a fabric soft-top as standard.
There will 350 limited editions cars of this model, 70 examples of each vehicle in its series production range, and a model each year for the anniversary of the company.
These limited models will emerge visually but not in terms of output. Ferrari’s Tailor Made Atelier has made 70 individual liveries influenced by the most exemplary Ferraris in history, and some of which were on show.
SAs an example The California T “Steve McQueen”, is inspired by the 250GT Berlinetta Lusso the actor and was a racing driver. The company also looked into racing success for a new idea which includes The 1961 Tourist Trophy winning 250GT Berlinetta SWB.
Ferrari unveiled a number of planned new liveries to mark its 70th anniversary in 2017
The Ferrari California T: “The Steve McQueen” edition