Ferrari has revealed its latest model at the Paris Motor Show, and spectators are clamouring to get a look at it.
The LaFerrari Aperta is the roofless sibling of the brand's namesake model and, just like the LaFerrari, will be produced in extremely limited numbers – 209 units. So limited, in fact, that 200 have already sold out, with the remaining nine held back to be used in celebrations around the world for the Prancing Horse brand's 70th birthday next year.
Costing €2million, the LaFerrari Aperta boasts the same hybrid powertrain as the LaFerrari, which consists of a 6262cc V12 coupled with an 120kW electric motor.
With a top speed of 220mph and 0 to 62mph acceleration achievable in less than three seconds, the Aperta is the fastest Ferrari ever to be allowed on the road.
However, with the introduction of yet another limited edition model, concerns have been raised that the brand relies too heavily on such models.