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Ferrari LaFerrari specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1585 kg (3494 lbs)
Dimensions 4.70 m (185 in) long, 1.99 m (78 in) wide, 1.12 m (44 in) high
Wheelbase 2.65 m (104 in)
Power / weight 608 ps (599 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 442 Nm (326 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2014
Origin country Italy
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Performance

Top speed 350 kph (217 mph)
Est. 0 - 40 kph 1.3 s
0 - 50 kph 1.1 s
Est. 0 - 60 kph 1.8 s
Est. 0 - 70 kph 2.1 s
0 - 80 kph 1.9 s
Est. 0 - 90 kph 2.8 s
0 - 100 kph 2.7 s
Est. 0 - 110 kph 3.4 s
Est. 0 - 120 kph 3.7 s
Est. 0 - 130 kph 4.1 s
Est. 0 - 140 kph 4.5 s
Est. 0 - 150 kph 4.8 s
Est. 0 - 160 kph 5.2 s
Est. 0 - 170 kph 5.6 s
Est. 0 - 180 kph 6.1 s
Est. 0 - 190 kph 6.5 s
0 - 200 kph 6.9 s
Est. 0 - 210 kph 7.7 s
Est. 0 - 220 kph 8.3 s
Est. 0 - 230 kph 9.0 s
Est. 0 - 240 kph 9.7 s
Est. 0 - 250 kph 10.5 s
Est. 0 - 260 kph 11.6 s
Est. 0 - 270 kph 12.6 s
Est. 0 - 280 kph 14.0 s
Est. 0 - 290 kph 15.1 s
0 - 300 kph 15.0 s
Est. 0 - 30 mph 1.5 s
0 - 40 mph 1.5 s
Est. 0 - 50 mph 2.5 s
0 - 60 mph 2.4 s
Est. 0 - 70 mph 3.5 s
Est. 0 - 80 mph 4.1 s
Est. 0 - 90 mph 4.6 s
0 - 100 mph 4.7 s
0 - 110 mph 5.5 s
0 - 120 mph 6.4 s
0 - 130 mph 7.4 s
0 - 140 mph 8.5 s
0 - 150 mph 9.8 s
Est. 0 - 160 mph 11.2 s
Est. 0 - 170 mph 13.3 s
Est. 0 - 180 mph 14.3 s
Est. 0 - 200 mph 19.8 s
Est. 1/8 mile 6.6 s @ 121.2 mph
1/4 mile 9.7 s @ 149.1 mph
Est. 1/2 mile 15.4 s @ 183.9 mph
Est. 100 m 4.8 s @ 93.2 mph
Est. 1000 m 18.2 s @ 312.0 kph
Est. 100 - 200 kph 4.0 s
Est. 60 kph - 0 12 m (38 ft)
Est. 100 kph - 0 30 m (98 ft)
Est. 120 kph - 0 41 m (135 ft)
Est. 130 kph - 0 48 m (158 ft)
Est. 140 kph - 0 55 m (181 ft)
Est. 160 kph - 0 72 m (235 ft)
Est. 180 kph - 0 88 m (289 ft)
Est. 190 kph - 0 97 m (318 ft)
Est. 200 kph - 0 106 m (348 ft)
Est. 300 kph - 0 230 m (753 ft)
Est. 30 mph - 0 8 m (25 ft)
Est. 50 mph - 0 20 m (65 ft)
60 mph - 0 29 m (95 ft)
70 mph - 0 41 m (136 ft)
Lateral acceleration 1.16 g (11 m/s²)

More acceleration times

Ferrari LaFerrari acceleration graph

Powertrain

Engine type V12
Displacement 6.3 l (384 ci)
Power 963 ps (950 bhp / 708 kw) @ 9250 rpm
Torque 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) @ 6750 rpm
Power / liter 153 ps (151 hp)
Transmission 7-speed DCT
Layout middle engine, rear wheel drive

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Track Time
Algarve International Circuit (Portimao) 1:54.25
Anglesey Coastal 1:12.10
Fiorano 1:19.70
Mugello 1:55.20 est
Red Bull Ring 1:38.95
Silverstone (National Circuit) 0:58.58
Spa Francorchamps 2:48.00
Thermal Club Raceway 1:18.46
Top Gear Track 1:14.20

LaFerrari rivals

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saxy  5m  

A million dollar AWD car with no racing or building pedigree beats an expensive supercar at a drag race. That really means nothing. For 1, it's not like it was a 100k car beat a million dollar ferrari. For 2, it's a 2-ton heavy car with batteries. It's a one-trick pony. If all a supercar was to do is to win a drag races, well i'm sorry then should everybody go buy dragsters?

I honestly don't think the "electric supercar" market will ever thrive. You buy a supercar because you want to be unsensible. You don't want a economic, practical thing on 4 wheels that gets you from A to B. Now especially when practical Teslas are doing 0-60mph in 2.65s, the argument of getting an electric supercar because of fast acceleration isn't valid anymore.


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dddd  5m  

Excuses or facts ? These are facts that Rimac is more powerfull and has AWD system so noONE should be hurt that it is a faster car than LF.


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BR2+  5m  

.....If you didnt....Then ehy did you list those excuses in your previous comments?......

So Laferrari lost in short distance drag race against 1100 hp AWD- 1mln $ monster that has instant torque and who cares ?

Butthurt mode (Off) ([on])

lol Come on


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dddd  5m  

No its not. Butthurt syndrome is possible when i see that Mp4-12c is faster than 488 but i totally dont care that Rimac is quicker than LF in drag race.


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BR2+  5m  

....That almost sounds like butthurt syndrome...


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dddd  5m  

And your point is ? So Laferrari lost in short distance drag race against 1100 hp AWD- 1mln $ monster that has instant torque and who cares ? Laferrari has extreme straight line acceleration level but also it sounds and handles absolutely incredible.


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BR2+  5m  

That, Is why people shouldnt test cars like this.


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Freakz  5m  

Rimac Concept One vs LaFerrari vs Tesla P90D

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eT7KKxoAvvk


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saxy  7m  

Not feeling it. The Speciale Aperta was jaw dropping. This one reminds me of the aventador roadster. The ratio of how big the open top area is vs the size of car just doesn't match up. Actually I take that back. The aventador roadster looks a lot better



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Freakz  8m  

TUG OF WAR! O_O
LaFerrari vs KTM 1290 Super Duke R

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYCcUUgfpjk


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fakekillerfour  9m  

Car and Driver weighed the Laferrari at 3489 Ibs 1583 kg.
http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/ferrari-laferrari-hypercar-tested-review



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Freakz  1y  

Have been thinking how this LaFerrari owned by Matt has very good acceleration (while on damp conditions and 2 people on board): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZROYOq8Y3w


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luckyluke  1y  

@dddd: I didn't bring up that topic and I said every manufacturer has recalls and that it means nothing. The weight still doesn't add up. That would mean Ferrari have over 200 kg of fluids in their cars. And I agree, there are more manufactures like that, not only Ferrari.


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dddd  1y  

@Luckyluke Talking about recalls and "catching fire" is not the best way of discussing about supercars. All cars makers have had some and it means nothing. Weight ? Ferrari claims dry and kerb weight with lightening options. That is what i read on their website. Weights of specific models depends on equipment.
Imo others do it in similiar way. For me its not the problem.

The problem is that in my opinion Ferrari exaggerate performance level to the point that i do NOT believe in numbers they claim.


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luckyluke  1y  

@BR2: I agree, the correct power numbers should be stated, but i don't think that will happen soon. Also, there is a factor which makes HP numbers vary more than being conservative and that is that some manufactures give power figures at the crankshaft instead at the wheels.

For example, the charger hellcat claims 717 hp (=707 bhp) at the crank but at the whells it makes something like 670 hp, which would be a really small crankshaft-whells-difference of 47 hp or 6.6 %. The BMW M5 (F10) claims 560 hp but it's more like 580 hp. => 20 hp or 3.6 %. So the difference between these two isn't 157 hp, it is only 90 hp.

Especially tuners try to make their cars look better with this tactic. Hennessey claims 1217 hp for his venom at the crankshaft, but in an interview he said it makes "only" 1050 hp at the wheels. That is a difference of 13.7 %. Another tuner once claimed to increase the power of a 997 GT2 by 170 hp to 700 hp, but that was again at crankshaft. So the real power was something like 630 hp. So, compared to the stock power, which is claimed 530 hp but in real approximately 540 hp, the increase is only 90 hp.


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luckyluke  1y  

@manone: You twist the meaning of what other people said! Saxy said, that he has no probem with cars producing more power than claimed and that he doesn't like that Ferraris weight more and have less (not matching!) performance than Ferrari has claimed. Then you said that the statement was producing cars in general that are reaching claimed performance is cheating, which would be of course a totally stupid statement. You could have argued that Ferraris actually match their claimed performance but instead you tried to make the previous comment look stupid by interpreting it false.

"The correct way is to produce turbocharged cars that are basically factory chip tuned." What the hell is that supposed to mean? And the diesel pollution affair has nothing to do with being conservative? Again you have no valid points, just talking nonsense.

Your last statement is also rubbish. First, Porsche GT3 being "slaughtered"? By whom? Ferrari 458 Speciale? Well, they doesn't compete, since the 458 is twice the price of the GT3. And although that, the performance difference isn't really big. Second, its power figure is conservative. Third, every manufacture has recalls sometimes. That doesn't mean anything. Also, only 2 GT3s catched fire and that won't happen anymore. Do you know how many Ferraris catching fire every year and how many recalls Ferrari had in the past? And last, Porsche is not done producing NA cars. They continue to produce them in the future.


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BR2+  1y  

I dont think they exaggerate performance figures, Like alot of cars some require a huge amount of skill, in almost any car that isnt well an Audi. So i believe there attainable, But not everyone can reach them, But again, The weight i believe was a claimed dry weight. Although im not 100% sure, Also that figure could have been made when the car was still in development, I think the actual car was still being tested even before full stats were shown, Could be wrong.


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saxy  1y  

Lol manone. And hasn't Ferrari done exactly the same? "Stick to turbo charge to stay competitive?" Reference: Mclaren > 458 in any drag race.

And so you haven't refuted the fact that Ferrari exaggerates performance, lies about their curb weight. But again you're a fanboy. Of course you're fine with it.


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BR2+  1y  

Know, Im not saying they are, But Ferrari is a company known for dirty tactics, Maybe some will call it cheating, I dunno, im not gonna call it anything since i cant prove it, But lets be real, Ferrari is extremely shady when it comes to performance tests, And if one claims to make the best, Or one of the best, It shouldnt have to play games in order to be tried.

Also, Bhp is Bhp, If a car makes a certain amount, Then THAT is the amount it should be making, None of this "Only makes the littlest amount in the worst conditions" crap. A car should make its actual advertised power figures, No mattter the aspiration, If one makes 400bhp and 400lb ft, It shouldnt be consrvative, It should make that much, All the advancements in the world ans people cant make a correct bhp number?...

Not saying its a bad thing for a consumer, But, It is a douchebagg move in my opinion, Its practically making a 400bhp car compete with a 300bhp car and making that car out to be better/faster then claimed, Im not saying a certain company is doing it, But adressing all companys, Certainly in no way an honorable thing, But honor is something not as common these days., But all in all, People should just tell the truth, Simple as that.


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manone  1y  

Lol Having more hp than stated, that's so bad. Oh gosh. What cheaters. They should be like Ferrari cuz Ferraris way is always the best. Claim more power less weight more performance and be ignorant about having people test their cars. Now that's the honorable thing.

i thought a bit if i have ever read a more stupid comment than this. so you are basically saying that, since ferraris meet claimed performance, the practice of producing cars whose performance is as predicted is wrong and cheating. The correct way is to produce turbocharged cars that are basically factory chip tuned. Unfortunately, various US pollution agencies do not like this german way tuning their cars (a.k.a. "being conservative"... lol) :
http://www.arb.ca.gov/newsrel/newsrelease.php?id=776
just to mention the last of an endless list of actions that has been called for.
Obviously, when Porsche tried to enter in competition with ferraris in the NA engine market, they no longer had the "conservative" option, ended up being slaughtered and recalled all the 991 gt3 delivered for faulty engines. They wisely realized it was better to stick on tuning turbocharged units to be competitive....


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luckyluke  1y  

@saxy: I know, right? How can every other car maker be so stupid?


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saxy  1y  

Lol Having more hp than stated, that's so bad. Oh gosh. What cheaters. They should be like Ferrari cuz Ferraris way is always the best. Claim more power less weight more performance and be ignorant about having people test their cars. Now that's the honorable thing.


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mrft  1y  

@manone: several companies, including tesla, porsche, and even ferrari, will go to great ends to tell you that power in batteries is easy to increase in power. Software updates are the reason.


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manone  1y  

But to be honest Ferrari could easily change this situtation...Ferrari 488 GTB is said to have 670 HP...Hope that its an example of downplaying of power rating. This car should have at least 720 hp for real.

exactly, i do hope they will start to merciless cheat like the others. you know what the scummy german and british magazines will do? roll ferraris on dynos to show they cheat, unlike turbocharged mclaren and porsches. or, more conveniently, just take 50% longer in accelerating them, like they started doing with laferrari...


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manone  1y  

By the way, you say, that Ferrari can't provide a more powerful LaFerrari press car because NA engines are untunable, but then you accuse Porsche to provide tuned 918 although its engine is also NA. Where is the logic there? Furthermore, there were never engineers from Porsche presence when the 918 was testet or as far as I know any other car, while most of the time, there are dozens engineers from Ferrari presence at the tests.

porsche changed 918 power claims so many times when mclaren and ferrari were about declare their figures. always upping them by means of the electric motors/batteries which constitute a huge part of the 918's total output. its engine couldn't be touched as it delivers almost the reference among road cars' specific powers. as far as i can see, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aI-DUULV1tE
its 18 secs 0-300 are roughly consistent with power figures in this test.

of course porsche sent their team of engineers to e.g. portimao, maybe nurburgring..., sweetheart. mega LOL dozens of ferrari engineers? this is conservative! i would say thousands at the very least. they usually bring the whole town of maranello, fiorano circuit included...

i have already explained you why ferrari sends their engineers whenever they can. they have no national car magazines lobbies to pet their cars and sandbag others like mclarens and porsches. so ****ing sick of repeating countless times such trivialities as tomorrow sun will rise again...


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manone  1y  

How often do we have to say that Porsche does not provide modified press cars when their cars surpass their claims, because not only the press cars, but also all the customer cars surpass them. Therefore their claims are conservative, because all cars are faster.

conservative, yet they are downright cheats=a ​person who ​behaves in a ​dishonest way. The consequence of providing, even to everybody pumped up turbo engines is this

the customer cars often seem to struggle just to come close to these claims. Therefore it seems that the press cars are faster than the customer cars,

what's your evidence for this? show me some examples that are NOT rolling or from standing races with a turbocharged car. because these "conservatives" car makers they make appear the other cars as slow, while they just meet factory claims. Therefore they are precisely cheats, by the very definition.

private laferraris meet acceleration factory claims, as we have seen.
f12: press: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psa5wSaUEGc
customer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJwJ66uDung
8.77 for 0-200kph in QR test in a non optimal condition.
here it does 19.7 standing km and 24sec for 0-300, no launch control, brunthingthorpe gradient https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIY72bMtVo4
do you have problems with 458s or californias?
i have no clue what you are talking about


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BR2+  1y  

.....Omg, Dude really? STILL going on about that? Like....


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dddd  1y  

@Luckyluke Ferrari 458s press models are insanely fast. There were 458s press cars that were able to do 0-200 km/h in low 9s and that is an astounding result for that car.

But for example EVEN press models of Ferrari F12s werent able to achieve numbers that were officialy claimed. There were only two tests that gave good results but they were still worse than factory claims! Other tests gave real bad results, below any standards for that kind of car.

Its a shame because F12 is propably the best super GT car ever made. Despite the fact that it is much slower than it is advertised.

But to be honest Ferrari could easily change this situtation...Ferrari 488 GTB is said to have 670 HP...Hope that its an example of downplaying of power rating. This car should have at least 720 hp for real.

Anyways Ferrari cars are amazing and super exciting.

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