2013 Ferrari LaFerrari2013 Ferrari LaFerrari
Year of manufacture2013
2013 Ferrari LaFerrari
Chassis n° ZFF76ZHB000199747
- One owner, 952 km from new
- Delivered new in Monaco
- The ultimate technological achievement
- Only 500 examples built
- As new condition
Less than 1 000 km: this is the mileage recorded on the odometer of this exceptional machine. 952 km to be precise. Delivered on 18 December 2013, it remains practically new. A committed fan of supercars and hypercars, our collector just had to have one. Having already acquired an F40, an F50 and an Enzo, it was inevitable that he would make room in his garage in Monaco for the car that Ferrari called " Nuova Enzo ". With a production limited to 499 examples, this was a particularly exclusive machine. The name alone demonstrates this car's unique character: " LaFerrari ", as if there was only one, and this was the one to keep, replacing all the others…This model, a true technological masterpiece, clearly represents the very best of the marque's expertise, the result of experience gained in F1 and an unrivalled pedigree in road-going cars.
The LaFerrari, the marque's first hybrid car, dazzled the public and the press when it was launched at the Geneva Motor Show in 2013. Underneath a body as beautiful as it was dynamic, with flowing curves traced in a wind tunnel, lay a carbon structure housing a V12 6 262 cc engine that produced 800 bhp at 9 250 rpm. This was linked to a 163 bhp electric engine giving the car a total of 960 bhp. A level of power that allowed the car to reach 200 km/h in 6.9 seconds, and gave it a top speed of 350 km/h. In addition, the LaFerrari recorded a lap time at the Fiorano circuit that was five seconds quicker than the Enzo, underlining its extraordinary dynamic qualities. A Hy-Kers device developed from Formula 1 allowed the combustion / electric engine combination to be managed effectively and various traction and stability control systems optimised the car's handling. At the time, the sale price was around 1.2-million euros.
The car on offer had an annual service at 715 km on 19 December 2014, and a second one on 1 December 2014 at 881 km. It comes with its battery charge maintainer, a piece of original luggage in leather matching the seat colour, situated under the front bonnet, along with the car's various manuals arranged in an elegant red leather folder embossed with " LaFerrari ". The car is impeccable in every respect, from the red exterior displaying the shine of new paintwork, to the interior with its special bucket seats in red leather with black stitching, the F1-type steering wheel complete with buttons and controls, the paddles for the 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox and the central console shaped like a floating wing and set with buttons for the different driving modes. The dashboard on every example of the LaFerrari has a flag representing the country of its first owner, and our car has the red and white Monaco flag, set opposite the inscription " 1/499 " located between the seats that refers to the production number.
In fact, one last example of this model was built three years after the LaFerrari was launched: following the catastrophic earthquake that struck the upper Tronto valley in Italy on 24 August 2016, Sergio Marchionne, head of the Fiat Group, announced that Ferrari would build one last LaFerrari and donate the proceeds from its sale to the earthquake relief fund. And so, on 3 December 2016, this final example sold at auction for 7 million dollars, which went to help the earthquake victims.
This astonishing story has enriched the history of LaFerrari, endowing it with a mythical aura that adds to the supreme technical achievement this superb machine represents.
Impact on VAT: As the vehicle has been driven less than 6,000 kilometers, it can be considered “as new” for VAT purposes in certain European countries. Please
contact your local tax authorities for confirmation prior to purchase
Photos © Kevin Van Campenhout