This LaFerrari body is hiding some electrified secrets.
We’ve seen oddball LaFerrari test mules before. However, previous sightings featured vehicles wearing a swirled camouflage wrap. Such coverings don’t conceal the overall shape, but they can hide smaller details. This time around the body is exposed, and it confirms what we’ve known for quite a while. Though it looks similar, this isn’t a LaFerrari. Under the altered body, this is the LaFerrari’s hypercar successor.
The prototype only takes a couple of laps for the camera, and our vantage point is well away from the action at Ferrari’s Fiorano track. That’s a bit disappointing considering we’re privy to an unmasked test mule, but it is still a mule so no, this isn’t what the next Prancing Horse will look like. However, even with the distance it’s easy to see the extent of the alterations on this LaFerrari body. The lack of distorting camo wrap shows just how much smaller those side vents really are, and the front fascia is far more solid than we realized. The hood also lacks vents, and the rear engine cover is altered.