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Ferrari LaFearri CRASH IN VALLELUNGA – Spy VIDEO of the damage
In this video the tragic moment after the crash of a silver Ferrari LaFerrari during its last lap on the Vallelunga Circuit, effect of the impact with a guard-rail at 150 Km/h
In this video the tragic moment after the crash of a silver Ferrari LaFerrari during its last lap on the Vallelunga Circuit, effect of the impact with a guard-rail at 150 Km/h. Sorry for quality but the owner didn’t allowed any kind of footage.
Ferrari LaFerrari is the new Prancing Horse’s Flagship since its presentation at Geneva Motor Show 2013. Also known as Ferrari F70, it’s the natural successor of Ferrari Enzo and like this last will be produced in a Limited Edition of 499 numbered cars.
This supercar is the work of more than 5 years of development, began in 2008 when Ferrari, in collaboration with the Modena University, started to testing a special Ferrari FXX under the code of MILLECHILI PROJECT.
In early 2010, the first LaFerraris were seen testing on the private FIORANO CIRCUIT and looked like a camo mule based on a Ferrari 458 Italia: the project F150 were started.
In next months were unveiled many LaFerrari concepts, like the MANTA PROJECT and the TENSOSTRUTTURA PROJECT, showing innovative designs evolving without any PININFARINA input, making it the first Ferrari since the 1973 Dino 308 GT4 Bertone not to have a Pininfarina signature on its side.
In the LaFerrari’s launch speech in March 2013, the Ferrari’s President Luca Cordero di Montezemolo said how this car was the crowing of what Ferrari rappresents for millions of Cavallino Rampante’s fans worldwide, and as the name LAFERRARI was a choice to emphasize this concept.
Ferrari LaFerrari is a real masterpiece of design and engeneering. Being the first mild hybrid car ever made by Ferrari, providing the highest power output of any Ferrari whilst decreasing fuel consumption by 40 percent.
It’s equipped by a powerful mid rear 65° V12 6.3 litre engine producing 800 hp and 700 Nm of torque, supplemented by a 163 hp HY-KERS unit for a final power of 963 hp and over 900 Nm of torque. The electric unit gave LaFerrari incredible performance and the lower CO2 emissions ever on a supercar.
Indeed, thanks to it’s lightness, to a 7-speed dual-clutch trasmission and to the rear-wheel drive, LaFerrari reaches 405 Km/h of top speed going to 0-100 Km/h in less than 2,8 seconds, to 0-200 Km/h in less than 7 seconds, to 0-300 in less than 15 seconds, producing only 330 g/Km CO2 emission.
This impressive power, 128 hp per litre, added to a super rigid carbon fibre monocoque, has allowed the LaFerrari to have a lap in Fiorano in under 1 minute and 20 seconds, which is faster than any other road-legal car Ferrari ever produced.
To buy one of the 499 units made, each of these sold before the launch, you must to pay a price of over 1,2 millions €.
Based on the LaFerrari, in the Dicember 2014 was presented at the Yas Marina Circuit of Abu Dhabi a not road legal version named Ferrari FXX-K. The “K” stands for KERS, the innovative system of energy recovery born on the last Formula 1 Ferraris. The Ferrari FXXK is a real monster, with a power of 1050 hp (860hp from the thermic engine and 190 electric hp from the Kers) and more than 900 Nm of torque. Moreover this beast has an all new aerodynamic system with a split wing and new diffusers and flaps for over of 540 Kg of downforce. At last the Ferrari FXX K has a weight of less than 1100 Kg and it cost more than 2,5 milion dollars.