Welcome to the new LaFerrari Aperta!

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This is a drop-top version of the company's 950-plus horsepower hypercar.

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With a combination of big V12 and an electric motor, it's quite a beast.

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And the topless version is just as quick.

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It's also just as stiff.

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In fact, performance-wise, the car is about 100 pounds heavier, but that's the only disadvantage.

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Want one? Too bad, Ferrari's sold all 200 that they plan to build.

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Ferrari will reveal production numbers for the open-top LaFerrari in Paris, but sadly they are already sold-out following a special client preview.


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The open-top LaFerrari will be available with a carbon fiber hardtop and a removable soft-top.

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The new open-top version of the LaFerrari is powered by the same hybrid drivetrain as the coupe. A 6.3-liter V-12 engine is mated to a hybrid power unit that produces a net system output of 950 horsepower and 664 pouond-feet of torque.

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