Ferrari ponders new model based on LaFerrari

Ferrari ponders new model based on LaFerrari

Ferrari caused a stir in 2013 by revealing the LaFerrari, its new supercar, the successor to the classic Enzo. She fell in love the public and even with the hefty price tag of $ 1.4 million, the 499 units were sold within months.

This success meant that Ferrari spent thinking about a new model to its range, based on LaFerrari. The information was revealed by Luca di Montezemolo, chairman of the Italian manufacturer, Autocar site.

"We have something special to offer soon," said di Montezemolo. The officer gave no details, but it is believed to be a more affordable model than LaFerrari, with lower price and more units produced.

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