Ferrari LaFerrari Spyder Coming, But In Very Limited Numbers
Rumors of a Ferrari LaFerrari Spyder have been circulating for months. But now those rumors might be proving true with news that the car is going into production for a very limited run. The news comes from The Supercar Kids, which says the received confirmation of the car's production from sources within Ferrari. The car will not only lose its roof, but will also lose the butterfly doors which will be replaced with standard doors. As for how many will be made— when they say limited they really mean limited. With a run even smaller than the 499 LaFerraris produced at $1.69 million a pop. PHOTOS: See the 2013 Ferrari LaFerrari
The run on the LaFerrari Spyder is expected to be under 10 units. These will be made for select customers and, as you'd expect, all that exclusivity is going to raise the price by a good chunk, fetching somewhere between $2 and $4 million.
Turning the LaFerrai into an open-top car shouldn't be too much of a stretch since its existing composite structure already makes it very stiff. They'd likely do something along the lines of the Lamborghini Aventador Roadster with a roof that splits into two panels for storage. We'll just have to wait and see.
PHOTOS: See the 2013 Ferrari LaFerrari XFX Concept by Alessandro Puddinu
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