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Ferrari LaFerrari 0-60 Times

These are the latest Ferrari LaFerrari 0-60 times and 1/4 mile times taken from reputable car magazine sources such as Car and Driver, MotorTrend and Road & Track. There are many reasons why 0-60 times and 1/4 mile times can vary including the driver, weather conditions, wear and tear on the vehicle during test, and more. By giving you a list of all Ferrari LaFerrari 0-60 times and quarter mile times, you can get a general idea of what performance numbers are achievable with Ferrari LaFerrari for all model years available in our database.

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2015 Ferrari LaFerrari

Hybrid Coupe6.3L V12 + Elec 2.2kWhRWD7A2.7 sec9.6 sec @ 157 mph12/16/---- mpgAutomobile
Hybrid Coupe6.3L V12 + Elec 2.2kWhRWD7A2.5 sec9.8 sec @ 150 mph12/16/---- mpgCar and Driver
Hybrid Coupe6.3L V12 + Elec 2.2kWhRWD7A2.4 sec9.7 sec @ 148.5 mph12/16/---- mpgMotor Trend
Hybrid Coupe6.3L V12 + Elec 2.2kWhRWD7A2.4 sec9.7 sec @ 149.2 mph12/16/---- mpgRoad & Track
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  1. Mike Silvertree

    March 23, 2016 at 5:49 pm

    “Mercedes boasts that the LaFerrari can accelerate to 60 mph in just 2.4 seconds. On top of that; it can maximize its speed for more than 217 mph.”

    “This car also beats the McLaren P1’s 0-186 mph time which is 17 seconds. Mercedes claims that the LaFerrari can do it in just 15 seconds – a clear 2 seconds less.”

    “Aside from being lightweight, the car’s new chassis offers 27 percent more torsional rigidity and 22 percent more beam stiffness than its predecessor, the Enzo, Mercedes’ special car brand.”

    Hopefully you are aware that Mercedes has nothing to do with Ferrari, that in each instance you should substitute Ferrari for Merrcedes.

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