Another intriguing detail shared by Investment Cars GmbH is that Ferrari will build only 70 examples of the LaFerrari Spider. Considering that the Prancing Horse of Maranello has yet to announce any specific details about the LaF Spider other than the fact that it will debut this year, I recommend taking the allocated production with a big pinch of salt.
autoevolution reader John explained what’s what in a previous story about the LaF Spider: “According to Ferrari historian Marcel Massini on Ferrari Chat, the estimated build number for the LaFerrari Spider is between 150 - 200 units. I would guess that owners of both the FXX K and LaFerrari among other halo Ferraris would be given first priority.” That seems plausible, more so if you consider that the fixed-head LaFerrari spawned 499 examples.
Output-wise, the yet-to-debut model will brag about at least 950 ponies (963 PS) and 664 lb-ft (900 Nm) of torque from a 6.3-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine, electric motor, and a kinetic energy recovery system.
Other than hacked roof, the Ferrari LaFerrari Spider won’t differ too much from its sibling. Common sense dictates that the hybrid powertrain will be carried over. Curb weight and top speed are open to question at the present moment.