LaFerrari Aperta Spotted in Maranello with Carbon Fiber Hard Top

LaFerrari Aperta with Hard Top 7 photos
Photo: Supercars of Wörthersee
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Last week might have gone down in automotive history as the LaFerrari Aperta week, but, despite the spy video peeking through the Maranello factory gates and the official pics that followed, the Prancing Horse still managed to leave us in the dark when it comes to the roof of the open-air halo car.
In the SMS-grade press release delivered by the Italians, the automaker explains that "the new limited edition special series will be available with a carbon-fibre hard top and a soft top," but the press images only showed the car in a topless state.

Well, we can now show you that CF hard top for the first time. It all started with a pack of wild LaF Apertas that were spotted over in Maranello last week, with the aficionados over at Supercars of Wörthersee doing a brilliant job at shooting the 950 hp (963 PS) Fezzas.

The Gray one in the image above is wearing the solid roof and, since we already have official shots of the beast, you can simply forget about the camo covering the gas-electric velocity tool.

As for the canvas roof of the LaFerrari Aperta, you can also check this out in the image gallery bellow, as the German spotters managed to capture no less than three soft top LaFs being driven around Ferrari's home town. Heck, you can even go for a bit of a color comparo, since thee spied hyper-hybrids came in Gray, Black and Red - we'll remind you many old-school aficionados still believe Ferraris should only come in one color.

And with Ferrari assuring us the Aperta will pack the same drag coefficient as the fixed-roof model, even when its top is removed, the one thing we're looking forward the most now has to do with videos showing the car hitting its 217+ mph (350+ km/h) with the roof stored.

P.S.: If you're into LaFerrari Aperta color play, we have some serious eye candy for you.
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