The mid-engined car is Ferrari’s first production hybrid, combining a 789bhp 6.3-litre V12 with a 120kW (the equivalent of 161bhp) electric motor, for a total output of 950bhp. The direct-injection V12 is a development of the engine in the F12 Berlinetta, producing its max power output at 9000rpm and redlining at 9250rpm. The combined torque output is in excess of 91.8kgm, produced at 6750rpm, and transferred to the wheels via a seven-speed, dual-clutch gearbox. Ferrari says this gets the LaFerrari from a standstill to 100kph in less than 3sec, 200kph in under 7sec and 300kph in 15sec. It is also a full 5sec quicker around the company’s Fiorano test track than its predecessor, the Enzo, and 3sec quicker than the current fastest Ferrari, the F12 Berlinetta.