Ferrari will be building just 499 units of their flagship supercar, the LaFerrari and if you consider the sheer number of multi-millionaires in this world, there would be quite a few who would want to own one. India is perhaps the last place you would expect to see a LaFerrari and if you do see one on Indian roads, it would be big news. So, here it is.
A Ferrari LaFerrari supercar was spotted recently on the streets of Mumbai, India. Owned by a well-known Ferrari fanatic and businessman Gautam Singhania, it is the only LaFerrari in India. Singhania also owns a Lamborghini Gallardo, Ferrari 458 Italia, among other supercars. He loves motor racing and also happens to own a Ferrari 458 Challenge race car.
The Ferrari LaFerrari is the replacement for the Enzo. This time, Ferrari has gone hybrid with their flagship supercar. The awesome, naturally aspirated 6.3-liter V12 remains the center piece, while electric motors boost the combined output to 950 hp. The company is also building a track-only version of the LaFerrari as part of its ‘XX’ program. That car is expected to be a 1050 hp monster.
Ferrari LaFerrari in spotted in Mumbai, India
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