LaFerrari , project name F also unofficially referred to as the Ferrari LaFerrari or Ferrari F ,  is a limited production hybrid sports car built by Italian automotive manufacturer Ferrari. It is the last Ferrari model with a mid-mounted cylinder engine. They were two of the nine conceptual design studies manufactured for the development of the V12 hybrid flagship. LaFerrari is based on findings from testing of the FXX development prototype  and on research being conducted by the Millechili Project at the University of Modena. LaFerrari Aperta is the open-top version of LaFerrari.
SF90 Stradale hybrid is most powerful Ferrari road car yet
SF90 Stradale hybrid is most powerful Ferrari road car yet | Autocar
The K in the new car's name is refers to the kinetic energy recovery system KERS which is used to maximize performance. The FXX-K is not intended to be used in competition and was developed to give an uncompromising experience to the driver. It has F1-based technology, including the E-Diff electronic differential, F1-Trac traction control and racing ABS brakes, all controlled from the center console Manettino. The front of the car has a large splitter and twin-profile spoiler, the headlights are very small for improving aerodynamics. On the rear, the tail is higher and includes a electronically operated spoiler with a tail fin and a small wing in the end of each fin to maximize the downforce. Production of the FXX K began in and continued till with a total of 40 units produced. Like the previous FXX and XX, the cars will be kept and maintained by Ferrari and will be available to the owners on track day events.
Jump to navigation. Ferrari has unveiled the most powerful, most advanced and fastest-accelerating road car it has ever produced: the SF90 Stradale. Steve Sutcliffe straps in to see. The most significant number for the SF90 Stradale is That's the total horsepower figure bhp that the petrol-electric powertrain makes: 36bhp more than the LaFerrari's and the most of any roadgoing Ferrari ever built.
Ferrari is preparing for a launch of not one, but two new LaFerrari spin-offs next year, which will include the FXX racing car and Spider drop-top, CAR magazine has revealed recently. The cars are predicted to be derivatives of the hybrid supercar, LaFerrari, which hit the market in One of the new vehicles, the LaFerrari-based FXX, is reportedly already getting its finishing details. It will be a track-only vehicle that is not yet approved for road use. Powering this vehicle is a 6.