Watch Chris Harris test drive the 950bhp Ferrari LaFerrari hypercar [video]

Chris Harris has already driven the Porsche 918 Spyder and the McLaren P1.

Finally he has managed to test drive the Ferrari Enzo replacing LaFerrari.

In this latest episode of Chris Harris on Cars we get to see him ride first on Maranello’s public roads and then finally on the Ferrari’s own Fiorano private test track, where he unleashes all 963 horsepower.

It also looks like Chris is on the good side with Ferrari as for a while he couldn’t test drive their cars after writing about how they tune their media cars.

The Laferrari packs 950bhp from a hybrid drivetrain that combines a 6.3-litre V12 and an electric motor with power sent to the rear wheels.

The production is limited to just 499 cars and prices start well above the £1 Million mark. The whole production run is of course sold out as it has been with all Ferrari’s previous limited edition models.

Chris clearly loves the car and only thing that he finds absurd is the LaFerrari name, which he calls the most absurdly named car in the company’s history.

Hit play to see this amazing hypercar quietly roll on the city streets and then go sideways on the race track.


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