2013 has always been known as one of the most active years of supercar production, with all three supercars being produced in a short period of about five months, not one, not two. .. The McLaren P1 and Porsche 918 Spyder were two of those cars, the third was the Ferrari LaFerrari. Internally known as the F150, the LaFerrari follows the path of other great models such as the 288 GTO, F40, F50 and the iconic Ferrari Enzo. LaFerrari is extremely rare, with only 499 examples created, followed by the open-top Aperta 2109 example. But there were three other cars. To be precise, test the mule. The car shown here today is the first of the three. It’s a definition of rare because it’s not exactly LaFerrari, but it paved the way for the car you know today as LaFerrari.
https://www.topspeed.com/cars/car-news/you-ve-never-seen-a-ferrari-laferrari-that-s-as-rare-or-unique-as-this-one-ar195482.html I’ve never seen a Ferrari so rare or unique