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World’s First Matte Black Ferrari LaFerrari Is Superhero Madness

With the 499 units already being sold, deliveries of Ferrari’s beautiful hypercar keep going forward. As if its carbon fiber monocoque structure developed by Ferrari’s F1 technical director Rory Byrne, the carbon-ceramic Brembo discs, the incredible design and jaw-dropping performance wouldn’t be enough, the world now has a matte black-wrapped unit.
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First, you get the tease. Some pictures, a test mule, eventually the car itself spied. Then, details leak among the auto industry and sooner or later a new car is officially unveiled. After the point the monster is unleashed, everything changes in the industry. 

Meanwhile, extremely wealthy people have already bought the cars, which means soon enough you’ll start hearing about rock and pop stars, sportsmen, fashion celebrities and whatnot taking the newest, fastest and most expensive ride on the planet to the street.

Ferrari’s LaFerrari has been going through all these stages and now reached the point of tuning, as in owners started working on the car’s looks and body. Some personalize it completely with their name initials encrusted in the car’s interior, others solely work on the color of the exterior.

This stage is basically one of our favorite parts, since now is the moment you get to find hypercars like the one in question. This LaFerrari features a black and red color scheme with carbon fiber on the front splitter and rear facia. The matte black finish comes with a subtle wet nuance, which makes it shine without being too glossy. Inside, there’s a Nero interior with red piping on the seats and red seat belts.

As if owning a hybrid hypercar that packs a 6.3-liter V12 engine developing 963 horsepower wasn’t enough already, the unknown owner from Austin, Texas decided a Batman-lookalike finish would make it even better. Well, we can't stop looking at it, so he was totally right. 

 
 
 
 
 

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