Spotted in China: Ferrari LaFerrari times Two

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A fantastic Ferrari LaFerrari Supercar double spot in China, seen by LS-Xiaoliu in front of the Shanghai Ferrari dealer near People’s Park. The vehicles look identical and were in town for a local Ferrari customer event. These two cars are the second and third LaFerrari in China we know about, after a first in Shenzhen and a fourth in Beijing.

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Man in black in checking the windshield wiper, we guess, as it is raining a lot in Shanghai this year.


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The LaFerrari debuted in China on the 2013 Shanghai Auto Show, but it never was officially launched on the Chinese car market. Ferrari says all cars have been sold out, so maybe they were sold off-market in China, in some misty tax avoiding way. At its debut in Shanghai rumors said price would be at least 10 million yuan or 1.6 million USD. This thus has never been confirmed and there is simply no price without an official launch.


The event however clearly indicates Ferrari has been showing the LaFerrari to potential customers but whether they actually sold any is unclear. All cars we have seen do not have license plates or insurance stickers, which means they are not road legal.


No matter all that, the LaFerrari is probably worth a billion. Fast like hell and exclusive like shark fin. This, is the best toy money can buy. The LaFerrari is powered by a hybrid power train consisting of a screaming 6.3 liter V12 connected to a F1-style KERS system. Total output is 950hp and 900nm. Top speed is 350km/h and 0-100 is gone in 2.7 seconds.


Like two giant insects ready for battle.

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  1. that xiaoliu guy has like a zillion pictures of that plasticky “the ferrari” in his feed – so…yawn…


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