Spied: Open-top LaFerrari ‘Aperta’ spotted testing without camouflage

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Ferrari will reveal the LaFerrari Aperta at the Paris Motor Show, in October this year. But it seems that the car has already been spotted on the roads of Maranello. We’ve all come to learn the LaFerrari is outrageous to look at – and the ‘Aperta’ is no exception either. Along with a detachable fabric roof, Ferrari has also considered giving customers a removable hard-top made from carbon-fiber.

If you look closely, you’ll notice slim white stripes outlining the see-through engine cover, with hints of the same running along the nose of the car. Thanks to some revisions made in the bodywork, the LaFerrari Aperta will boast of the same performance figures as its coupe sibling, with aerodynamics being untouched as well.

Expect Ferrari to produce the Aperta version in even more exclusive numbers, when compared to the 499 coupes made. Also the price is likely to be slightly more steeper than the coupe.

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