Friday, 8 March 2013

Ferrari Enzo's successor La Ferrari steals the show at Geneva Motor Show

Ferrari Enzo's successor has been renamed as La Ferrari and was revealed at Geneva Motor Show 2013. The car is powered by a 6.3 litre V12 engine which joins hand with a formula one derived HY-KERS (HYbrid – Kinetic Energy Recovery System) to deliver a colossal 963 bhp. Now that's jaw dropping Horse power.

Presenting the model–baptized La Ferrari–at the Geneva Motor Show, Chairman Luca Cordero de Montezemolo said it would set the standard for future models because it had raised the bar on performance and technological prowess. “It is an advanced laboratory for the Ferraris of tomorrow,” he told a news conference.

But this performance comes at a price–anyone wanting one of the La Ferraris will have to pay 1 million euros ($1.30 million) plus tax to get hold of one.

Ferrari, 90% owned by Italian carmaker Fiat SpA (F.MI), had received more than 700 requests to buy it, said Mr. Cordero de Montezemolo, and he emphasized Ferrari’s diligence in selecting those who will be able to own it. “We want to avoid speculators,” he said. “We want real collections of Ferrari"


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