This is the first chip-tuned Ferrari LaFerrari with around 1,050bhp

Ferrari LaFerrari is already sold out with a planned production run of 499 units, each car costing around a cool £1M.

First customers have already received their cars and looks like one of the customers is not keeping it stock as he has turned to a Swedish aftermarket specialist JMB Optimering to get his LaFerrari chip-tuned.

LaFerrari clearly is one of these cars that in our opinion does not need any tuning and should be kept stock.

JMP Optimering will work on the LaFerrari’s V12 6262cc naturally-aspirated engine, that in standard configuration produces 789bhp and after chip tuning together with the electric motor is expected to produce around 1,050bhp, up from the standard 950bhp.

The upcoming track only LaFerrari FXX is rumoured to produce also around 1,050bhp, when it arrives next year with a production run of just 30 cars.


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