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Updated: LaFerrari Owner Keeps His Car in the Living Room

I have to admit it - I've always fancied the idea of being able to take my car inside the house, despite not owning a supercar, let alone a hypercar. Why would I mention a hypercar? It's probably because I've just come across a couple of photos showing a LaFerrari owner sharing his living room with Maranello's halo car.
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We've all seen many sorts of machines spending their nights at room temperature, and yet this is the first time when a member of the HHHT (Holy Hybrid Hypercar Trinity) is spotted in such an admittedly fitting situation.

As for the owner of this LaF... well, these days it's getting more and more difficult to have such a car and earn people's respect. At first, one could say that somebody who treats their 950 hp hybrid this way is the opposite of the douchebag who oppressed Beverly Hills inhabitants in a hybrid Ferrari and was then forced to flee the country.

But we can't be sure the story of this LaFerrari is eligible for restoring our faith in the Prancing Horse clientele. Sure, a LaF kept in the living room is ten times better than one threatening people's lives on the street, but let's hope this isn't one of those cases of a car that never gets driven at all.

While I may seem like the nitpicking type in the paragraph above, this is the cold, hard reality - when such a contraption is registered on your name, people have high expectations of you.

These images have come to us via Magazin ProDriver CZ, but the owner of the LaF, who may or may not be the man appearing in one of the pics, hasn't been identified, at least for now. Be sure that this story will be updated with new details if these arrive.

Update: While we can't confirm the info, it looks like this is the LaFerrari owner who crashed his car in Budapest, Hungary, last fall. If this is true, we understand why the Slovakian LaF owner has gone all the way in terms of caring for his now-fixed Prancing Horse. As for something more tangible, we've got some extra photos of this absurd coffee table for you.

Helmet tip to Slovak for the fresh info.

 
 
 
 
 

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