Italy is a country in love with its supercars. Being home to the likes of Ferrari, Lamborghini and Pagani, it's not surprising there are regular supercar parades, where owners can show off their prized possessions, while fans can get up close to the most rarefied of automotive exotica.
One such event in Rome this month, the Ferrari Cavalcade, proved to be particularly special, as it played host to the largest collection of LaFerraris ever assembled in one place.
There were no less than 12 examples of the £1 million hybrid hypercar stalking the streets of the Italian capital – a spectacle that was captured by YouTube supercar spotter Marchettino. Check out the footage below, and see how many other Ferrari models you can spot.
Unveiled at the 2013 Geneva motor show, the Ferrari LaFerrari is limited to just 499 units, with each boasting 950bhp from its 6.2-litre V12/electric motor combo. It's capable of getting from 0-62mph in less than three seconds and will reach a top speed of over 217mph.