The 2017 LaFerrari Aperta, a new limited-edition special series from Ferrari

The 2017 LaFerrari Aperta is the new limited-edition special series from Ferrari which made its public debut at the 2016 Paris Auto Show this week showcasing what Ferrari’s unique core values are: Technology Excellence, Performance and Style.

This sleek open-roof beast is set to produce a total of 350 units, ready to hit the open road at 62 mph from a stop in under three seconds, but don’t get too excited and reach out for your wallet any time soon, they’ve all been sold! with only a few extras being held by the company to showcase at upcoming luxury events for 2017.

LaFerrari Aperta 2017 limited series

LaFerrari Aperta, available with both a carbon-fibre hard top (optional) and soft top, combines extraordinary performance with the unique exhilaration of open-top driving. The absence of the roof delivers a genuinely exhilarating experience with the hybrid power unit providing a heady soundtrack, and with a sophisticated wind-stop system, designed to improve aerodynamic and acoustic comfort, its occupants will be able to easily carry on a conversation even at high speeds.

The body’s shape is very sculptural and aerodynamically functional. Seen from the side the LaFerrari Aperta has a sharp, downward-sloping nose and a very low bonnet which emphasizes its muscular wheel-arches. The result is strongly reminiscent of the gloriously exuberant forms of late-1960’s Ferrari sports prototypes, such as the 330 P4 , a model that was also built in open and closed coupé versions. The ratio of the front and wheel-arch dimensions are also very much in line with Ferrari tradition.

LaFerrari Aperta 2017 limited series

No price was given on the Aperta, but knowing the LaFerrari cost about $1.5 million, we can only assume the price will be a little higher for such an over-the-top premium machine.






Adina Laura Achim
Adina Laura Achim
Adina Laura Achim is a published author, luxury brand consultant, journalist, and PR executive. She covers the luxury sector in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Latin America, and her work was published in South China Morning Post, Jing Daily, Cosmopolitan, L’Officiel, Grazia, Fashion TV, Society Magazine, Buro 24/7, Zink Magazine, The Jewish Business News, and The Rake. Her writing portfolio includes topics related to luxury travel and hospitality, beauty, fashion retail, and bespoke luxury experiences.

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