Behold! The LaFerrari Has Been Driven

Test Drive

More than a year after its debut, the LaFerrari is finally here.

It’s taken Ferrari quite some time to get this underway, but official test drives of the LaFerrari hypercar have officially begun. Over a year has passed since the Enzo successor debuted at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, and now it’s finally time for the world to see how it performs. Is it better than the Enzo? Is it the greatest hypercar ever built? Can its 6.3-liter V12 hybrid setup deliver the goods? It’s time to stop everything you’re doing, get away from that office cubicle and go to your best hiding spot.

You’re going to need at least 10 minutes of uninterrupted car guy time for this one. So without further ado, the crew from EVO give us their take on the 949-horsepower LaFerrari (a name we still don’t really like).

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