Rumors of a drop-top LaFerrari have persisted pretty much since the moment Ferrari took the wraps off of its sleek hypercar back in 2013. Considered by some to be the greatest Ferrari of all-time, the Enzo successor has finally gotten that long-rumored convertible treatment as the storied Italian imprint has officially unveiled the LaFerrari Spider. Set for a public debut later this fall at the Paris Motor Show, the LaFerrari Spider retains the 949 horsepower 6.3-liter hybrid V12 of the original, but boasts a modified chassis and aerodynamics to maintain performance. As you’ve undoubtedly noticed, the car even goes so far as to ditch Ferrari’s signature red in favor of a badass black makeover.
The LaFerrari Spider will be limited to somewhere between 150 and 200 units (compared to the 499 of the original), all of which have already been spoken for — despite a hefty price tag of $1.4 million USD.